Improved concentration, coordination, motor skills, memory, speech, reading and learning abilities, confidence, sense of balance, positive attitude and energy
How music and rhythm support a healthy brain
Creates new connections between different areas of the brain
Production of neurotransmitters such as dopamine, endorphins and serotonin
Stimulates and strengthens cooperation between left and right hemispheres
Creates healthy brain cells to compensate for weakened ones
Individually. Or as a group.
Highly beneficial for children, persons with special needs, anyone suffering from brain injuries / cognitive impairment, or simply someone looking to improve their cognitive health
Personal session focusing on rhythm and movement.
Focused on primary education. Semi-automatic digital program via interactive screen. Using music to provide fun for all.
Rehabilitation and Healthcare
Stimulating speed of recovery through music and movement. Proven increase in information processing speed, language and reading skills, ability to stay focussed, and improved memory. Fun group activity as well as an enjoyable individual practice.