Body & Brain in Harmony: Explore Neuromotricity with Bapne Body Percussion


This Erasmus + Teacher Course is aimed at teachers, educators, musicians, psychologists, physiotherapists, healthcare professionals. Through a neuroscientific justification, it aims to offer new interdisciplinary tools capable of responding to the new needs of specific work contexts.

BAPNE® is a method of cognitive, socioemotional, psychomotor and neurorehabilitation stimulation, created by Phd Javier Romero Naranjo, which integrates body percussion, music and movement through Neuromotricity. With the potential stimulation of the brain lobes it pursues a development of executive and cognitive functions (Marina, 2006; Gardner, 1983).

BAPNE® is an acronym formed by the words: Biomechanics, Anatomy, Psychology, Neuroscience and Ethnomusicology. The didactic sequencing of the contents allows to develop the independence of the lower limbs with respect to the upper ones and, together with the verbalization, to work specifically on the “dual task”.

Therefore, during the course, all activities will be exposed in detail so that each learner can learn how to articulate them, identifying those most suitable for their work context.


Prof. Salvatore Di Russo – Certified Trainer BAPNE Method. Responsible BAPNE ITALY. Musician.

Clivis Aps,
Via Giovanni Botero 18 – Roma, Italy, 00179
Metro: Linea A – Colli Albani

PIC: 891042292
OID: E10268850

Contact person prof. Marco Palmigiani: +39 3285721993 (also whatsapp messages)


Duration: 5 days (Monday to Friday) or 6 days (Monday to Saturday)


5-day-course: 450€

6-day-course: 500€


Confirmed sessions:

22-27 January 2024

22-27 April 2024


The BAPNE course aims to:

  1. Provide structured teaching resources focused on body percussion for classroom use.
  2. Demonstrate techniques for socialization and group interaction through the BAPNE Method. Techniques and Strategies.
  3. Acquire the basic neuropsychological foundations of neuromotricity.
  4. Understand different types of attention through Bodily Percussion.
  5. Reflect on the use of body percussion in various cultures, bodily expressions from an ethnomusicological, anthropological, and sociological perspective.
  6. Understand various measures or rhythms through geometric figures and motor skills.
  7. Learn the BAPNE Glossary to identify various types of activities and their purposes.
  8. Learn how to create a diary of activity records for classroom implementation.


Teachers, educators, musicians, psychologists, physiotherapists, healthcare professionals
Duration: 5 or 6 days

Body & Brain in Harmony: Explore Neuromotricity with Bapne Body Percussion