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Sixty years ago, French otolaryngologist and professor Alfred Tomatis developed a listening program that stimulates the brain through the audio system, thus improving listening perception. This program, to which Tomatis donated his entire life, consists of specific listening sessions in which his own voice or classical music is transformed (thanks to the Gating system). As a result, audio sensory stimulation occurs, which improves the functioning of the central nervous system, promoting the perception and integration of sensory information, improves motor, emotional and cognitive abilities.

This effect is due to the neuroplasticity of the brain - the ability of the brain to make new connections.

Tomatis specialist compiles the audio program according to the needs of each client. During the listening sessions, the client listens to specially processed sound recordings through headphones adapted to transmit not only sound vibrations through the air, but also through the bones.

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