Neurotraining MTB ENG - MOVE THE BRAIN

Neurotraining MTB ENG


You can see neurotraining as a kind fitness for the brain. In the
gym you improve your muscle strength with targeted training.  In the same way, you can also develop your brain by training it. This is the central goal of the neurotraining that we offer.

We work with the newest techniques in the field of neurotraining, proven by   scientific research results . Neurotraining is therefore a very effective method to achieve important results such as:

  • More peace of mind
  • Less inconvenience
  • Fewer fatigue complaints
  • Less headache / migraine
  • Better focus
  • More productive
  • You feel mentally stronger

The effects of neurotraining are diverse and can affect any personal situation. We want to emphasize that neurotraining is not effective in itself, but that it gives a good result in combination with other training components. That is why we offer intensive training programs, individually tailored, with the aim of achieving the best results.


Neurotraining is also called neurofeedback in science.
Neurotraining is an innovative and advanced method for the brain to function better. With the help of a brain scan (QEEG) the overloaded brain parts are visible and we can treat the imbalance in brain activity in a targeted way. It is precisely this imbalance that causes complaints.
By properly training the brain, the balance is restored and so are the


At Move the Brain we do not offer neurotraining separately, but as part of an intensive training program. The complaints are not isolated. There are various causes in particular and there are various physical symptoms. Based on scientific research, but also from our own experience, we see that the best result is achieved when neurotraining is part of a training program in which different facets are discussed.

Do you want to optimize your brain with the help of neurotraining? Then view our training programs and choose the training that suits your situation.


Train your brain

We used to think that the brain didn’t change after childhood. Recently, it appears, that this was not the case. Brains can certainly change during our adult life. The brain adjusts. This is called neuroplasticity. There are billions of connections in your brain that are made when you think or do something. These connections can become stronger or weaker depending on your behavior. This enables us to make new connections and to weaken old, destructive, connections.
We all have the ability to learn and change through new, (re) activated, connections in the brain. You can train your brain, and with training you will be able to reorganize these connections.

Why neurotraining?

The speed of information processing in your brain determines a great deal
about what you feel and do. In our daily life it can occur that one
feeling of imbalance and / or intense emotions is normal, but these feelings can obstruct the functioning of your brain, feelings such as anxiety, anger, and depression. This is where neurotraining can help to process information in your brain and make the brain run more efficiently.

informatieverwerking in je hersenen efficiënter te laten verlopen.

How does neurotraining work?

We investigate your activity with the help of a brain scan (QEEG), which gives an image of your
brain in certain situations.   With us, this ‘neurotraining’ takes place in the form of a film, music or game. The sounds and images immediately tell us when your brain’s desired state reached and when it is not. Just as you can develop specific muscles with physical exercises, the same applies for your brain to make sense of information more efficiently, and to process faster. This requires time and repetition to achieve the final goal, just like with other forms of training.

Is neurotraining an effective method?

It is a relatively new development in the knowledge that our
brains are able to train. The knowledge has been developed in the last 10 year,
and puts neurotraining into practice.
Everyone responds to the training in a certain way, and you will
continue to experience results for a long time. It is very important that the participant has the right motivation to optimally benefit from the training courses and be able to achieve the best results. In addition, it is important to eat healthily during the training period, which nourishes the brain. We also ask for a limited intake of alcohol during the training period. Of course, when under the influence of extreme stress, the new brain activity can come under considerable pressure. In this case it can be very useful to add a few more treatments as ‘ reactivation ‘ of the desired activity.

At Move the Brain we do not offer neurotraining separately, but rather as part of intensive training. We are convinced that this gives the best results, especially in the long term, based on scientific research and our own experience. In our training programs, you can read how our training programs are structured. Do you have any questions? Then you can always contact us.


Bij Move the Brain bieden we de neurotraining niet afzonderlijk aan, maar juist als onderdeel van een intensieve training. Wij zijn ervan overtuigd dat dit de beste resultaten geeft, vooral op de lange termijn, gebaseerd op wetenschappelijk onderzoek en onze eigen ervaring. In onze trainingsprogramma’s kun je lezen hoe onze trainingsprogramma’s zijn opgesteld. Heb je nog vragen? Dan kun je altijd contact met ons opnemen.

Is neurotraining safe?

Yes! Neurotraining is absolutely safe. Muscle cells change through training; they grow in volume and strength. Training the brain cells means that there are
more and more effective neural pathways being made.

What are the side effects of the neurotraining ?

As with any form of exercise, “side effects” may occur. As with physical training, fatigue is the most commonly reported side effect of neurotraining.   Participants with severe emotional disorders or trauma report occasionally having old feelings come back before they completely   disappear, and the issue finally fades.
If you have had a physical brain injury or head trauma, you will likely be more sensitive to neurofeedback. You can feel nausea, experiencing dizziness and sensitivity to light. This is part of it  process.

Scientfic support neurotraining

Scientific insight into the way the brain works is strong in its
development. Less than ten years ago, it was thought that brainwave patterns were unimportant. Neurotraining was therefore ‘scientifically seen’ yet deemed impossible.   It has now been scientifically proven that the brain is plastic and changeable. This is, therefore, now the new focus of scientific research.   Neurotraining uses an advanced, evidence-based approach with quantifiable results.   You can trust our methods and scientific substantiated research results of the neurotraining will be very effective.