NeuEra - Sensory-Motor Integration Level 1

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Includes Level 1 - Part 1 and 2. This first course on sensorimotor integration combines several techniques that have helped hundreds of people perform or prevent/help heal injuries over the past few years. 

This first course on sensorimotor integration combines several techniques that have helped hundreds of people perform or prevent/help heal injuries over the past few years.

This is a new clinical application that we are offering you, like you have never seen before. You will therefore be able to reproduce the same quality of evaluation, in addition to having the documentation explaining the scientific foundations which justify the use of these protocols and their impact on the body. Examples of evaluation and corrections will be proposed according to the practice rights of the participants: therapists and coaches.

The areas of application are vast, such as injury prevention, physical preparation, performance, healing support, etc.

Target audience: Massage therapist, physiotherapist, osteopath, chiropractor, ENT, occupational therapist, trainer, physiotherapist, posturologist, podiatrist, physical rehabilitation therapist, sports therapist, kinesiologist, etc.

What will you learn?

Part 1

  • Understanding the left and right brain.
  • Hemispheric functions and imbalances. By better understanding hemispheric sub-capacities, you will be able to create suitable stimuli to bring back a balance of the left and right brain. A balanced brain helps with emotional and immune regulation, learning, motor development, etc.
  • Neurotransmitters and immunity depending on the hemispheres.
  • Embryology applied to the sensory system. The skin becomes the nervous system and the brain. By understanding the importance of the sensory system, you will greatly influence the efficiency of the nervous system and the brain.
  • Perception and balance. What are the differences and how and when to interact with them?
  • Compensations related to lack of balance and certain classic tests. Compensations can lead to pathologies in certain parts of the body far removed from the source, in addition to exhausting the nervous system more quickly.
  • You will learn to use posture and gait in your assessments.
  • Theory on sensorimotor pathways, homunculi and the different fibers involved.
  • Theory on neuroevolution and neurogenesis, including archaic reflexes.
  • Correction of essential motor patterns
  • Correction of essential primary reflexes. Reflexes set up motor patterns, among other things. The list of biomechanical or even emotional problems, in the case of poorly integrated reflexes, can be incredibly long.
  • Theory on the skin of the foot and stability / use of the INP-Fascia Tool for sensory rehabilitation. Without adequate sensitivity in the skin of the foot, the foot is blind. The foot is the only structure in the body that connects us to the physical world, without it all chains of the body are affected.
  • And more!

Part 2

  • Dimensional plans.
  • Large fascia networks and motor units.
  • Neurological subsystems. The body works in chains, not in segmentation.
  • Postural tests, such as the transverse plane and subsystems.
  • Cloacal reflexes, with or without context stabilization. In human development, the body goes through several phases, including reptilian and mammalian: everything must be functional before positioning human walking.
  • Sensory reintegration for therapist and trainer. Methods will be proposed to you for sports specialists who are not allowed to touch their patients therapeutically.
  • Axial activation for therapist and trainer.
  • Functional exercises for reintegration of subsystems.
  • Functional exercises for the reintegration of the vestibular system in the classroom.
  • And more!


Michael Lapointe Arcuri

Recognized professional specializing in orthotherapy

University study, Concordia – Athletic Therapy

(AMS) Academy of Scientific Massage

CIES training in posturology from Dr. Bricot

Modern manual therapy

Neurokinetic therapy (level 1-2-3)

PDTR. Proprioceptive deep tendon reflex. Module 1-2

(EBFA) Evidence based Fitness Academy

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Nicolas Desjardins, BHS, CPN

Bachelor in Holistic Health Sciences

Expert in Postural Neurology and Neurotherapy

PhD student in integrative medicine

President, Academia NeuEra inc

President, Neuro Performance Clinic and Institute

President, Swiss Neuro Performance Institute SNC

Vice President, Quantum Jump Technologies

Has more than 8000 hours of study in the field of health, therapy, sports and alternative medicine.

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