NeuEra -Belgium, May 3 to 5, 2024- The Ocular & Vestibular System

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Face-to-face training

 May 3 to 5, 2024. 

Location: ULTEAM, Route de Mons, 637, 7130 Binche,Belgium

Purchasing the training allows you to reserve your place and will also give you access to our education platform. You will therefore be able to watch the course again in rebroadcast. 


This session on the ocular and vestibular system will be given exceptionally in a classroom and will give you access to exclusive practical content!!

These online training courses already amount to much more than 6 days of never-before-seen content on these two systems!

So take advantage of this unique opportunity to practice live and be ultra ready to test it the next day on your clients/patients! You won't find it simpler or more effective to improve your clients' posture!

Bonus for students who already have the complete posturology course - you will have the chance to participate for free! Please contact us at

Bonus for students who already have the complete posturology course -> you will have the chance to participate for free!

Eye System 

This training includes the theory of the ocular system (the eyes) and its relationships with the postural system. You will learn to evaluate and recalibrate the visual system (combined movements among others), by detecting potential asymmetries in the extraocular muscles using a methodology using the 9 possible visual fields. You will learn the relationships between the extraocular muscles, their associated cranial nerves, as well as the parts of the brain involved.
By improving these neuromuscular relationships, you will notice changes in muscle activity, as the eyes connect to every muscle in the body and prepare it for movement.
40% of areas of the brain are occupied by eye functions and a huge part of our proprioception requires good eye synergy.
Our methodology is exceptional and will revolutionize your practice, in the clinic or in the gym. 

What will you learn?

  • Introduction to the Ocular System (The 2 main components allowing the eyes to function optimally, age, eye health in traditional medicine, as well as the different professions working with the eye)
  • The Anatomy of the Visuo-Motor System (Anatomy and physiology of the human eye, the appendages of the eye, the receptors of the retina, the evolutionary aspect, the optical pathways, the visual input, the visuomotor system , the oculomotor system, muscle conjugation in monocular vision, Sherrington's and Hering's laws, ductions in monocular vision, the oculomotor-innervation system, how the eyes can cause shoulder and neck problems, as well as pathologies eyepieces)
  • The Development of the Visual System (the road towards convergence, the development of vision and the functional organization of practical motor functions, psychomotor development, social life, so-called higher cognitive functions, practical motor pathways, gaze strategies , structure, development, structure of the cortex, functional organization of visual pathways, as well as what is the visual component and why is it crucial for reading)
  • Its Roles and Functions (the impact of poor visual skills, the 4 basic visual skills, eye movements, visual acuity, depth perception, peripheral vision and awareness, why do we have two eyes, types of eye movements, movements of both eyes, voluntary movements and reflex movements, neurology of the visual system, child, myopia and external activities, the god's eye, the path of vision via the 2nd cranial nerve, cranial nerves 3-4-6, how the visual system connects to the postural system, as well as the influence of extraocular muscles on body movements)
  • Interesting Facts (why did pirates wear eye patches and earrings, visual acuity for sports, fall in love with your partner's eyes, interesting facts about the eye, the eye , posture and performance, heterochromia, as well as anicosoria)
  • Cortical Processes (light, colors and the brain, the 2 visual pathways, the lateral geniculate body, reaction time, the brain and illusions, contrast vs. color constancy, human echolocation, as well as seeing with his tongue)
  • Visual Pathologies (visual pathways, cortical blindness, clinical examination and functional explorations of cortical blindness, growth hormone vs blind people or cataracts, metabolic coma, ocular diseases such as cross-eyedness / strabismus, heterophoria, the problematic condition of strabismus, amblyopia, amblyopia vs strabismus, the motor component of strabismus, the sensory component of strabismus, ocular convergence or divergence, therapeutic gaps, the lang stereotest – its description and instructions for use, the lang stereotest and strabismus, the two-pencil horizontal lang test as a screening test for stereopsis and binocularity, the main etiologies of binocular diplopia, semiology, the most frequent causes of paralysis of the 3-4-6th cranial nerves, traumatic causes, vascular causes, as well as what to do with a glass eye)
  • Functional Neurology (the neurology of the visual system, the reactions and various reflexes of the pupil, the cerebellum and visuomotor tasks, the cerebellum and visuospatial skills, the anatomy of eye tracking, eye tracking disorders, causes of weakening of symmetrical pursuit, localization of defects in asymmetrical pursuit, deficit of eye saccades, vision problems after a stroke, eye exercises to help recovery from a stroke, eye injuries after a stroke, overcoming eye injuries after a stroke, as well as recovering and adapting)
  • Specific Visual Exercises in Clinic (basic eye movements, involuntary saccade, isometric contraction of the eyes, cerebellum and eye position, forward-backward movement, small train, near vision - distant vision, horizontal pursuit , vertical or diagonal, the small circle, the vertical or horizontal eight, voluntary eye saccades, as well as the vestibulo-ocular reflex)
  • NeuEra Visual-Motor Rehabilitation (with or without glasses, relaxation, the 4 eye reset sequences, eye dials, the NeuEra methodology for eye rehabilitation, grid number 1 and 2, duration of eye exercises, as well as duration effects and variants)
  • Specific Visual Exercises for Athletes (the test of neural capacity with peripheral vision, the large circle for pre-sport or mental activation, peripheral walking, the visual balancing technique, the vestibulo-ocular holding reflex, as well as the hand-eye relationship and sensory integration)
  • Other Possible Supports for Eye Health (in support of eye rehabilitation, possible deficient vitamins associated with visual dysfunction, diet for eye health, as well as eye protection in 7 strategies)


Vestibular System 

The inner ear has a huge place in the postural system and can lead to deviations, loss of balance, poor activation of the extensor muscles, etc. Mastering these concepts will revolutionize your practice!

This training includes the theory of the inner ear and its relationships with the postural system. You will learn to evaluate and recalibrate the vestibular system, detecting potential asymmetries in the semicircular canals or otolithic organs (the saccule or the utricle).

What will you learn?

  • Introduction to the Vestibular System
  • Anatomy (The ear, the vestibule, the anterior and posterior membranous labyrinth, the semicircular canals, the innervation and vascularization of the inner ear, the endolymph and the perilymph, the vestibular receptors of the membranous labyrinth, the saccule and the utricle, the ampullae, the physiology of the vestibule, the responses of the saccule and the utricle, the functioning and roles of the otolithic organs, the central connections of the vestibule – static and dynamic functions, the structure of the vestibular epithelium , sensory cells and their polarization, support cells, feedback control of information intake by sensory cells, vestibular, hair and calcium cells, as well as the vestibular nuclei.
  • Roles on the Rest of the System
  • Anatomical Relations with Other Systems (The neurophysiology of balance, the information pathway, the vestibular system and its relationships, the vestibular system and the autonomic nervous system, the vestibular apparatus, the vestibular nuclei, the nucleus tract solitary and the cerebellum, receptors, vision, the proprioceptive system, the vestibular system, the effector systems, conjugated oculomotor skills, somatic motor skills, as well as the vestibule within the balance system.
  • Reflexes Connected to the Inner Ear (Reflexes, the vestibulo-ocular reflex, as well as the vestibulo-colic reflex)
  • Postural Neurology and its Pathologies (equilibration, the balance system as a whole, the rebalancing of electrical activity, the intervention of all nervous structures, the overall and schematic functioning, vestibular physiology, vestibular compensation, the vestibular nerve and its problems, as well as the introduction of the vestibular rehabilitation method)
  • Emotions, Vestibular System and Laterality (The theory of functional brain systems, from the emotional system to vestibular modalities, evidence of laterality in the vestibulo-cortical network, development of laterality, overlap of associative vestibular circuits with frontal emotional centers , the predominance of the right hemisphere for negative emotions, the integration of the theory of functional brain systems, anxiety, right hemisphere and balance disorders, hostility and vestibular modality, evidence of functional brain systems, as well as the proposed integration model to compete with the vestibular and emotional systems)
  • Global Postural Exercises (Postural balance, as well as the integration of body exercises)
  • Tests and Corrections Related to Vestibular Neurology (vestibular therapy and ADHD, Miniconi sign, finger-nose test, cogwheel study, rapid head shaking maneuver, correlation between channels semicircular in relation to the ocular muscles, nystagmus observable by isolated stimulation of the canals, Alexander's law, the Epley maneuver, correction of the vestibular system, the laterality test, specific tests of the vestibular system, correlations with the modified Romberg test, the clinical protocol, as well as the fitness protocol)
  • General Maintenance Exercises (3 examples of sessions, as well as the elephant exercise)
  • Tinnitus and Solutions (7 reflexes to avoid having or worsening tinnitus, as well as other avenues in the treatment of tinnitus)
  • Acupuncture and Auriculotherapy (Support for vestibular rehabilitation, dizziness, vertigo, headaches and nausea, as well as acupuncture for tinnitus)


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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