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Professional athletes are subject to considerable stress, of which the sources vary: uncertainty of competition, repetition of training, relationship with the coach or between athletes, the media, fear of injury, and financial challenges. 

Two of the key success factors for sports performance are stress management and recovery. Our concept began with a research project focusing on the professional sports sector. The initial goal was to develop a high-performance solution based on applied neuroscience that would enable athletes to manage their stress levels and facilitate their recovery. More than 600 high-level athletes of various nationalities and disciplines have contributed to the validation and optimization of our research programs.

The Rebalance Impulse® solution of today is second to none in terms of fighting chronic stress, improving sleep quality, favoring emotional balance, strengthening the immune system, and achieving flow. Rebalance Impulse is acclaimed by many high-level athletes and national selections. It has also been implemented into prestigious preparation and recovery centers as well as top-tier professional clubs.

Whether you are a coach looking for a solution to improve your athletes’ sleep, stress levels, and by extension their performance, or a center looking to broaden your mental wellness and recovery offer, look no further.



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.