The basic neuroscientific mechanism that supports mental training is brain plasticity. Neuroscience demonstrates that the brain is a highly plastic organ that changes according to the activities it performs.

As physical training changes your body, a training on memory, attention and perception, a harmonious control of emotion and the ability to manage stress gradually lead to structural changes in the brain. This contributes also to a significant improvement in an athlete’s sport performance, while bringing to a general mental wellbeing.