Optimal Performance Biofeedback Program

Making wellbeing tangible, engaging and personalised

Based on Science

The BIO-DASH program integrates research from sport, health, and wellbeing sciences. It was developed by experts in wellbeing science and positive education at the Centre for Positive Psychology, The University of Melbourne

BIO-DASH

BIO-DASH is an innovative optimal performance and wellbeing program that equips individuals with strategies to focus, manage stress, and reduce anxiety using biofeedback devices and gaming features.

 

For Any Edeavour 

Higher levels of wellbeing are associated with improved performance, happiness, and personal and professional satisfaction. As BIO-DASH develops key skills that enable individuals to manage stress, cope with daily challenges and confidently face important personal, professional and life events it can benefit anyone interested in improving wellbeing and performance including students, athletes, performing artists and anyone dealing with pressure in the workplace.

A DASHBOARD OF STRATEGIES AND FEEDBACK TO CREATE YOUR PERSONAL WELLBEING PLAN 

BIO-DASH provides a

toolkit of wellbeing strategies to allow individuals to not only cope with stress but perform

at their best. 

BIO-DASH provides 

training opportunities to

hone wellbeing strategies

monitor on-going progress

and establish wellbeing habits for sustained benefits.

With BIO-DASH individuals 

can try different wellbeing

techniques and identify those

that work best for them in

specific contexts.

Biofeedback provides 

immediate feedback

on an individual's current

stress levels based on their physiological responses.

Developed by
Professor Dianne Vella-Brodrick
The Centre for Positive Psychology
The University of Melbourne
 
Internationally recognised for excellence in
positive education and wellbeing

The Centre for Positive Psychology

Level 2, Leicester St

The University of Melbourne, Vic 3010

Email: Bio-Dash@unimelb.edu.au

Tel: +61 3 8344 5428

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