Optimize communication between the brain and the body

Under the motto “Neurotraining: The game changer for performance in everyday life, office and sport”, the Neuro Innovation Day on September 18, 2022 will deal for the first time with the various possible uses of neurocentric applications. For this purpose, the Artzt Institute, in cooperation with the German Neuro-Performance Academy, has brought renowned experts to its side. Actors from exercise professions such as trainers, physiotherapists, coaches or sports doctors are invited. Also: ticket raffle.

Brain-based training not only improves athletic performance, but can also help with migraines or traumatic brain injuries

That neurocentric training It is a form of therapy neural functions of the brain appeals As control center control S is either movementbut also ours sensation of pain. This requires the brain sensory informationfor instance of the eyes or the organ of balanceinterpret this and give proper instructions.

The better the information processing it is, the best is he efficiency. Through specific control of the nervous systemfor example with balance, vision or breathing exercises, the Optimize communication between the brain and the body and correct deficiencies.

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Known is the concept of neurobased training in this country mainly due to the Use in competitive sports.. under the term neuroathletic training becomes Improve strength, endurance and mobility applied. which He has potential beyond the sport. also offers for daily complaints, wants the first Neuro Innovation Day 2022 glow up.

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The congress in cooperation with the Artzt Institute and the German Academy of Neuro-Performance is aimed at actors in movement professions and find in September 18, 2022 in the facilities of Hessian State Sports Association in Frankfurt am Main instead of.

“Neurotraining opens up opportunities for everyone, from young children to the elderly, from supposedly healthy people to people with chronic illnesses.”
Astrid Buscher, head of training at the Artzt Institute

“We have one Program compiled that the wide range of brain-based training approach well-grounded and at the same time practice-oriented reflectsexplains Astrid Buscher, Head of training at the Artzt Institutethe concept of the event.

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If you are in our Draws come out empty handedyou do not have to be sad. Tickets are also available in the store.

In 16 conferences and workshops neurospecialists report on the for a day various fields of application of neurocentric exercisesincluding in the areas of prevention of falls, migraines, cancer, post-Covid consequences, head trauma, sports injuries, team sports, and learning and coordination disorders in children.

Register now towards Neuro Innovation Day 2022 on the website. The participation fee is 185 euros including meals. With the code NID22 stand up as of July 15, 2022 a early booking discount in the amount of 35 euros.


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