Data: 15/12/2019
Varese (VA)
Categoria Eventi

Sophisticated brain-imaging tools allow researchers to study the brain and revolutionize the understanding of how we learn. As a the result, today we know more about learning than ever before, which provides excellent opportunities for training and development professionals to harness new insights and apply this new knowledge to advance the field. During the past six years, I have become increasingly more interested in understanding how specific training, movements and breathing applications could embrace and enhance these differences in learning to gain a more competitive advantage for individuals and the organization. Cognitive neuroscience is the study of mental brain processes, and it is underlying neural systems. This includes thinking and behavior and is underpinned by the learning brain. Therefore, cognitive neuroscience looks at how the brain learns, stores, and uses the information it acquires. It is through learning that the brain enables us to adapt to our ever-changing environment. Learning is a physical process in which new brain cell connections represent new knowledge.

Chemicals facilitate the strength and formation of these connections in the brain called growth factors. We now know from neuroscience that the availability of these growth factors can be enhanced. For example, specific exercise routines, optimal sleep structure, and silencing the mind can all enhance the availability of these growth factors. Using a specially designed and tested protocol of movements with different degrees of complexity and variability and integrated with a unique application of drills and challenges will support this new the concept of codifying the most potent tools. Experience continuously shapes our brain structure and modifies behavior. During the past decade, numerous peer-reviewed publications have connected the fields of neuroscience with education and learning. Several studies report structural and functional changes in the brain related to training. Changes in neural connections, which are fundamental for learning to take place in the brain, do not seem to occur when learning experiences are not active. Many research studies suggest that active engagement is a prerequisite for changes in the brain, THIS IS WHY WE BELIEVE AND SUPPORT ALL MOVEMENTS SYSTEMS available.
Our goals are not to compete but to support all this great community with a piece of more strong knowledge and education lab in order to learn how to use it correctly not just as a recreational, fun and acrobatic training but as a powerful tool to improve health and cognitive evolution. Neuroscientists believe that emotions are fundamental to learning. One of the earlier advocates of this was Plato, who mentioned more then 2,000 years ago that "All learning has an emotional base." Motivation in the brain is driven by emotion. Individuals are motivated to engage in situations with an emotionally positive valence and avoid those with an emotionally negative valence. Research findings indicate that different aspects of memory are activated in different emotional contexts, and that demonstrates there are links between emotion and cognition. Driving a subject through a specific routine of parameters that goes from a “ struggle” to a “ release & growth “ will take him or her under those emotional steps that allow the subject or the team to improve cognitively and dealing with more complex decision making for example and improve their laser focus status We now have learned from neuroscience that sustained focus is mostly an unconscious process but essential for learning and creative thinking.
Actively silencing the mind through a process of focused attention (focusing on the essential senses while breathing deeply) or open monitoring (actively allowing incoming stimuli without reacting or responding to it) for 20 minutes per day will go a long the way toward enhancing the ability for focused and sustained attention. OODA Flow is an advanced program, designed to restore access to powerful and natural human movement patterns.At the primary level, it builds up from simple locomotion; such as jumping, crawling, rolling and pulling, to moving freely in 360 degrees and within all three dimensions.In the second level, we learn how to integrate breathing with conscious control of our movement. This enables the correct internal balance of CO2, which optimizes oxygen release to our muscles and brain. Level two resets, then progressively build better awareness of our body and structure (proprioception), in order to recover from injuries or the lost ability to move correctly. In this phase, we also prepare our platform to be safely loaded in high volume work or under external loads (tools).During the third level, we use movement to educate the brain, improving learning speed and capability to focus on task-relevant details.
We restore, then enhance connections between the right and left sides of the brain, in order to have more creativity, which translates to enhanced problem-solving ability.All of this is made possible through new methods of advanced movement training, breathing and brain wave stimuli introduced within OODA FLOW TM. AT THE WORKSHOP WE'LL COVER ALL THE ESSENTIALS INFOS AND FLOW DETAILS TO PREPARE FOR THIS UNIQUE CERTIFICATION

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