Centre Technique Alexander Neuchâtel
Rue Du Musée 4 • 2000 Neuchâtel • Switzerland
Our mission is to help individuals reinforce and direct their physical, mental and emotional resources, their intrinsic capacities for health and well-being, growth and expansion. Building resilience and developing self-awareness is at the heart of our multidisciplinary approach.
When we are angry or stressed, not only do we feel poorly, but our brain functions are also impaired. We might overlook or forget important details, say things we regret, have trouble sleeping or feel drained and overwhelmed.
Based on years of research, HeartMath tools and techniques are designed to teach how to synchronise your heart, mind and body, to reset your inner clarity and composure, calm reactive emotions and neutralise stress.
The entire Dutch police force has now adopted HeartMath programs, tools and techniques as a means of building resilience, reducing burn-outs and stress levels.
Today more than 34'000 police officers use HeartMath techniques daily and with great results. Overall, they are responding better to the stressful situations they experience every day; they are more in control of their emotional reactions and are seeing a marked improvement in their quality of life.
Becoming conscious of our unconscious Self allows us to understand how much the experiences of the past condition us. Our physical, mechanical habits, as well as our mental and emotional reactions are running the show we call “ourselves”.
Through observation and self-awareness, you can STOP those habitual reactions that limit the expression of your individuality. Change the habits of a lifetime and live a more fulfilling life.
HeartMath Institute Research Director discusses why heart coherence is essential in stress management and sustainable behavioural change.
The quality of the signals sent from the heart to the brain have a profound effect on our brain functioning, mental clarity and even on our emotional experience. We can shift the rhythms of our heart and quickly improve brain function, reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.
The Alexander Technique is being taught with great success in many primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities. Young students find they can inhabit their bodies with ease and confidence.
They learn the skill of finding breathing space in their busy lives, being responsive to demands without being overwhelmed. The Technique contributes to the well-being and happiness of students and facilitates their learning.
Are you aware of what drains and renews your inner battery ?
Boost your resilience and improve your capacity to face mental, physical and emotional stress.
Benefits of HeartMath
Drop in fatigue
Drop in anxiety
Improvement in calmness
Improvement in sleep
Improvement in the ability to focus
Drop in depression
* Percent of individuals responding often to always on normed and validated pre and post Personal and Organizational Quality Assessment (POQA-R)