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The Neurophysiology of well-Being: A Martial-Arts Approach

This one-day training is designed to empower individuals with both theoretical knowledge and practical tools, enabling them to actively enhance their mental well-being.

Importantly, this program continuously validates participants' progress and long-term results, using physiological and behavioral measures. This continuous monitoring not only allows ongoing individual adaptations but also provides participants with long-term skills and tools. 


This training program will allow you to:

  1. Understand the intricate relationship between physiological processes and mental well-being, and how these influence each other.

  2. Develop a mindful approach regarding your physical and mental state, which promotes both physical and mental resilience,

  3. Enhance your ability to cope with stress.

  4. Learn to utilize available physiological indicators for monitoring and optimizing your mental fitness.

  5. Foster meaningful social connections and strengthen bonds with peers in informal, enjoyable ways.

  6. Attain fundamental knowledge about martial arts philosophy and practical empowerment skills.

Program outline

Over the course of 8 weeks, we will explore through theory and practice relevant to developing mental resilience. Briefly, the sessions include:

  • The science of mind-body interventions and the therapeutic martial arts model. 

  • Emotional regulation.

  • Dealing with stress.

  • Sensory perception and awareness.

  • Social trust.

  • Cognitive fitness.

  • Enhanced creativity.


During the program, participants will engage in a variety of interactive workshops, including activities like ice-dipping, self-defense, and more, aligning with the organization's overarching objectives.


Each session is designed to last between 1.5 to 2 hours, providing flexibility to accommodate the preferences and schedules of the target group. To ensure personalized attention to each participant, a maximum capacity of 15 individuals per group is maintained.

The program fits anyone, regardless of age, gender, or physical fitness.

Continuous assessment

Throughout the program, we will employ behavioral and physiological measurements to evaluate the impact on participants. A baseline will be established during the initial session, with continuous monitoring of key parameters using questionnaires and standard physiological measures. Participants will learn how to measure and analyze their own progress, ensuring long-term application of the knowledge and skills acquired.

The above structure and content can be adapted according to personal preference, which will be discussed in a preparatory meeting.

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