Brain training: Maximizing human performance
We help organizations to bring performance, health, and safety to the next level. We enable employees to optimize their brain potential, focus, and vitality by enhancing the efficiency of sleep, thus reducing fatigue.
Our workshops ‘Braintraining – Work Smart and Recover Effectively and ‘Work Hard, Sleep Hard’ will help you to stay fit, focused, and healthy. Also, we introduce the latest sleep enhancement tools and techniques that improve the efficiency of your sleep.
Our references include offshore operators, lawyers, consultants, soldiers, medical professionals, and athletes. Learn how our method applies to your company.
The Work Hard, Sleep Hard method
Our interactive workshops and Somnoblue glasses enhance sleep efficiency, alertness
and vitality in the following sectors
At consultancy and law firms, targets are set at high levels and errors can be very costly. We apply effective focus and sleep-enhancing strategies that help to enhance overall performance and well-being. Our workshops will help consultants to stay fit, focused, and healthy. Helping them to perform at their full potential.
Offshore Oil & Gas industry
Employees who are fatigued and sleepy make more human errors and are more likely to get involved in accidents than well-rested and alert individuals. Managing poor sleep and fatigue should therefore be a top priority for offshore O&G organizations. Night Fit is an effective tool to reduce fatigue related costs  and to enhance human performance and safety.
The Night Fit strategies allow individuals in ‘high-performance environments’ to sleep more efficiently. This will help them to recover more quickly, thus enhancing their performance, health, and overall potential.
We provided workshops at Van Lagen and Bleekemolen Racing and at Dutch football clubs KNVB O16, AZ Alkmaar, Excelsior, and ADO Den Haag.
Health and safety are top priorities in the healthcare sector. Our workshops and Somnoblue glasses help to enhance the quality of sleep in shift work environments. This will help healthcare workers to recharge their brain and body more fully between their shifts and thus increases their overall performance and resilience to fatigue risks.