The founders shared passion for health prevention and neuroscience, their knowledge of the healthcare/well-being sector (spas, thalassotherapy, fitness centers, recovery centers, etc.), and their strong drive for innovation pushed them to develop a concept that combines traditional, millennia-old therapies with the latest technological advances.
The REBALANCE Impulse® concept began with a research project focusing on the professional sports sector. More than 600 high-level athletes of various nationalities and disciplines have contributed to the validation and optimization of our research programs.
Offer cutting edge technology to restore balance
in people’s lives and provide the keys to a healthy
body and mind.
“We conducted a study on 29 people in a state of stress. In the overall population, we were able to observe a decrease in the level of stress by an associated decrease in blood pressure.”
“We found that people who were hypertensive at almost 15/9 of tension dropped back below 13/9 during the second evaluation. This is the major result that we can observe and thus the benefits proven by the Rebalance Impulse® sessions.”
“The second result, which seems interesting to me in view of Dr. Yann Rougier’s remarks, particularly on the Rebalance® sessions correlated to parasympathetic reactivation: we observe, within the context of our study, a decrease of about 13 beats per minute in terms of resting heart rate, which is enormous and which of course also testifies to a parasympathetic stimulation.”
“All of the neuroscience tools developed through the REBALANCE Impulse® concept help to restore a balance between the ortho and parasympathetic systems, a duo that normally allows for the control, the individual control of stress.”
“The REBALANCE Impulse® concept will also help to rebalance the brain waves that animate the brain, notably by increasing the median wave which is the alpha wave, making the link between the low and high frequencies.”
“The applied neuroscience programs of the REBALANCE Impulse® concept will aim to restore the presence and amplitude of the alpha waves: a bridge between regeneration and creativity, a bridge between our unconscious and our mindfulness, like an anti-stress shield that allows us to have a very good quality of life. When alpha waves have a nice amplitude, it also leads to two qualities: they will form a link, a much stronger bridge and the effect will be lasting in the medium and long term.’’
“We are able to demonstrate that the alpha rythm is not only maintained during a Rebalance Impulse® session, but it is potentiated.”
“After you have gone through the Rebalance Impulse®, there is a pretty spectacular effect.”
The clinical studies published in world renowned scientific journals (Frontiers in Psychology & International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health)
have demonstrated that the stimulation and cognitive training sessions offered by Rebalance Impulse® achieve the following:
A rapid rebalancing of
the autonomic nervous system
A rebalancing of brain waves
by favoring the production
of alpha waves conducive
to relaxation in waking state.
Restore amplitude and balance
to the three neurohormones that
lead our quality of life: serotonin,
Restore the sleep quality of
hypertensive people after only
Drastically reduce the stress
indicators of hypertensive people
after only 10 sessions.
A strong increase in alpha
wave amplitude and duration,
particularly significant at 11Hz.
This amplitude was maintained
even after the sessions ended.
A sharp increase in theta
wave rhythm, associated with robust
stability throughout the sessions.
A faster response speed
in cognitive tasks simulating
In our lives, we may be faced with events that are difficult to overcome. If your daily life is being polluted by traumatic thoughts and your mind is unable to find peace, this program will benefit you!
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be compared to an anxiety disorder that results from an event with traumatic potential. It is estimated that 70% of the world’s population has experienced or will experience such an event, and about 10% of people suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. These individuals have three main symptoms (repetition or intrusion, avoidance, and hypervigilance), which are often accompanied by depression, sleep disorders, or difficulty concentrating.
The EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy, developed by American psychologist Francine Shapiro reduces anxiety, stops the onset of traumatic images and intrusive thoughts (flashbacks). EMDR plays a therapeutic role through a visual recall process associated with eye movements. It also improves sleep for people with PTSD.
Rebalance Impulse® is the first fully autonomous device for the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD). The sessions specifically designed for this exclusive program offer synchronized light scenarios (Synchromotherapy®) based on frequencies whose effectiveness has been validated in the laboratory through electroencencephalogram (EEG) testing. The user can easily perform visualization and eye movement exercises according to chromorhythm-based protocols, without the intervention of a therapist. These stimulations trigger a very specific brain activity, creating a kind of deep slow-wave sleep while awake. The synchronization of activity in different brain regions induced by these exercises also stimulates memory mechanisms and transforms intrusive thoughts into non-traumatic memories.
D’Antoni et al. Psychotherapeutic Techniques for Distressing Memories: A Comparative Study between EMDR, Brainspotting, and Body Scan Meditation. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 Jan 20;19(3):1142.
Molero-Zafra et al. Psychological Intervention in Women Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Open Study-Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial Comparing EMDR Psychotherapy and Trauma-Based Cognitive Therapy. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 Jun 17;19(12):7468.
Shapiro. Efficacy of the eye movement desensitization procedure in the treatment of traumatic memories. J. Trauma. Stress. 1989; 2: 199–223.