Description of the techniques

We are living in the era of a technological revolution that is moving forwards in an unstoppable and exponential march. This is forcing companies and professionals to take an evolutionary leap never seen before. In the field of NeuroLeadership, neurotechnology is needed – a set of tools that serve to analyze, register and positively influence the nervous system, especially in the brain.

The neurotechnology is composed of three specialized techniques: neurohypnosis or neurovisualization, neurofeedback of relaxation and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). It develops through a set of techniques from neuroscience and psychology that uses neuro-relaxation and mental neuromodulation to improve the mental competences needed to successfully solve all those business situations that arise in daily life. It is accompanied by Executive Coaching sessions.



Neurohypnosis or neurovisualization is a totally new procedure that follows the same principles as clinical hypnosis and various relaxation techniques. Its main objective is to induce people to a state of deep relaxation and to manage mental suggestions or visualizations and messages accurately. This technique is the result of the combination of different tools from the field of neurotechnology (EEG electroencephalography and electronic voice modulation procedures) combined with various psychological techniques (flotation techniques, breathing control techniques, muscle progressive relaxation techniques and visualization).



The neurofeedback relaxation technique works as a mirror: the main objective is to teach the brain to obtain and maintain an adequate state of relaxation and self-induced suggestions, all recorded and analyzed by an EEG – electroencephalography – system. During the training the person learns to relax through a feedback process. A television screen shows a clinical video game that the client has to interact with through their mind, depending on the brain waves generated through the software. Overcoming a series of test in the video game, the person learns how to self-regulate the brain function that interests them.

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)


Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a noninvasive technique that relies on altering the potential of the neuron’s membrane through a weak direct current signal received through the electrodes placed on the subject’s head and is used to temporarily increase creativity and mental activation.