A. Biofeedback is a way to see your physiological stress responses, typically on a computer screen, and learn how to influence them. There are many different modalities of biofeedback, that can be used to influence: heart rate variability, respiration, sweat, skin temperature, muscle tension, and even brain wave activity. Tim views biofeedback as one of many ‘tools’ at his disposal. He often uses it to teach stress management and to learn self-regulation for performance. If you have a particular interest in biofeedback, speak with Tim about that.