The Tomatis Method is a unique and innovative approach aimed at improving listening skills and brain processing abilities. Developed by Dr. Alfred Tomatis, this method helps people better perceive and process sounds, which is an important part of communication and learning. The Tomatis Method combines science, music, and therapy, offering a comprehensive solution to many challenges.

Who is the Tomatis Method for?

The Tomatis Method is suitable for a wide range of people, including:

1. Children and Adults with Learning Difficulties: The method helps improve attention, concentration, and memory, which are important for the educational process.

2. People with Speech and Language Problems: This method is effective in enhancing speech skills and language abilities, facilitating better word formation and pronunciation.

3. People with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Tomatis therapy has shown positive results in improving communication and social skills related to autism.

4. People Dealing with Stress and Anxiety: The method helps reduce stress and anxiety levels, improving overall well-being and emotional balance.

5. Musicians and Performers: The therapy aids in improving musical skills, including hearing, rhythm sense, and pitch recognition.

How does the Tomatis Method work?

The basis of the Tomatis Method is listening, which differs from mere hearing. Listening involves processing and understanding sounds and speech. The method uses specially adapted music and sounds, delivered through unique headphones, to stimulate the brain and enhance the listening process.

Key Components:

1. Adapted Music: Mainly uses Mozart's music, which is specifically filtered to stimulate different aspects of auditory ability.

2. Dynamic Filter: This key component dynamically changes sound characteristics. It creates a "surprise effect" for the brain, which is important for enhancing attention and sensory processing.

3. Use of Air and Bone Conduction: Sounds are transmitted through both air and bones, helping to improve the perception and processing of sounds.

4. Preference for the Right Ear: The method focuses on using the right ear, which is important for processing language and communication in the left hemisphere of the brain.

5. Integration Phases: After each intensive listening course, there is an integration phase, an important time window where the brain processes and integrates the heard information. The duration of this phase may vary depending on individual needs.

6. Adaptation to Individual Needs: The exact content of the listening program, including music selection and sound modifications, is adapted according to each person's unique auditory profile.

7. Monitoring and Evaluation: The progress of the course is regularly monitored to assess successes and make adjustments if necessary. This includes consultations both before and after the sessions.

The Tomatis Method requires commitment and consistency, as it is a cumulative learning process. The exact duration and structure of listening sessions may vary depending on each person's individual needs and therapy goals.

 Tomatis® Price List

Price (euro)


Price with VAT (euro)

1 course Tomatis® 40 to 80 min. + 10 to 20 min. Forbrain®




2 course in Tomatis® 40 to 80 min. + 10 to 20 min. Forbrain®




3 course Tomatis® 40 to 80 min. + 10 to 20 min. Forbrain®




4 course Tomatis® 40 to 80 min. + 10 to 20 min. Forbrain®




5 course Tomatis® 40 to 80 min. + 10 to 20 min. Forbrain®




Updated 03.01.2024

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