What do we do?

We add value to your company through programs, workshops and experiential events tailored to the development of the potential of people and your organization.
Innovation through a mix of disciplines in our dynamic, disruptive and impact methodology, reinforcing links between people.
We design programs, workshops and events with you to generate growth and corporate welfare platforms.
We provide, facilitate and put ourselves at the service of teams to achieve the set objectives with you.

How do we do it?

We use music, coaching, P.N.L, mindfulness, dance in a creative and cohesive process to facilitate and promote communication, learning, expression, organization in order to meet personal and social needs in the company. Together we help participants to be more collaborative, dynamic, creative, decisive, cooperative, competitive, talented and motivated through experiential learning because from Music Training Lab we do more than just music: we train teams to become aware of where they are and where they want to go.

Professionals

Oliver Daniel Solano Watson
Founder and Director of Music Training Lab
  • Degree in Bussiness Management specialized in Communication and Sales
  • Master in Coaching and N.L.P at Institut Gestalt de Barcelona
  • Master in Music Therapy at the Institut Superior d'Estudis Psicològics I.S.E.P
  • Master in Sound and Trance Formation
  • Drum Circle Facilitator by VMC with Arthur Hull.
  • Teacher, facilitator and dinamizer in events for International organizations.
  • Trainer in workshops for personal development and teams in corporate Settings.
  • Musician, percussionist and specialist Didgeridoo
  • Mindfulness MBSR and MBSC
Maria de la Mercè Mateo Olivares
Founder and Director of Music Training Lab
  • Degree in History of Art from the University of Barcelona.
  • Professional Music Degree by the Municipal Conservatori of Music of Barcelona.
  • Master in Music Therapy by the Higher Institute of Psychological Studies - Universitat de Vic.
  • Practitioner P.N.L. by the Institut Gestalt.
  • Master in Coaching and P.N.L by the I.C.F. in Institut Gestalt.
  • Prenatal singing facilitator according to the Marie-Louise Aucher method.
  • Facilitator of percussion circles, formed with Arthur Hull.
  • Lecturer on TDA-H and cohesion and integration of working groups.
  • Secondary teacher at l'Escola el Cim de Vilanova i la Geltrú.

He has worked in recent years in the educational, health and business world addressing through music therapy aspects such as oncology, TDA-H, social skills, special education, accompaniment in bereavement processes and stress management, fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

Collaborators

Tere Puig
Collaborator
  • Telecommunications Engineer
  • Master in Experiential Anatomy or Body Thinking
  • Body therapist
  • Writer
  • Yoga teacher and meditation
Gustavo Guillen
Director of The Look
  • International Coach ( ICC)
  • Consultant
  • Coach
  • Musician and composer
  • Development of international projects

What is music therapy?

Music Therapy according to the World Federation of musictherapy is “the use of music and / or musical elements (sound, rhythm, harmony and melody) by a qualified music therapist to one or more people in a process to facilitate and promote communication, learning, motor skills, speech and organization in order to meet the physical, emotional, mental, social and cognitive needs”.

The Catalan Music Therapy Association, founded in 1983 by Dr. Serafina Poch i Blasco, defines music therapy as scientific application of art, music and dance with therapeutic and preventive purposes, to increase and restore physical and mental health of human being  through the action of the music therapist. It is a profession of health, humanistic scope, and creative because it acts on emotions, creativity, human values, etc. It belongs to the group of creative therapy and dance therapy, art therapy, psychodrama, poetry therapy. It is not an alternative therapy or adjunctive therapy but it has it´s own entity.

Music causes in humans different reactions, some of which are plausible:

  • Physiological effects: It modifies the heart rate, brain activity of alpha waves, increases blood oxygen, causes peristalsis of the stomach, acts as a palliative pain, increased pupillary reflexes.
  • Biochemical effects: Amino acid protein and causes glandular secretions.
  • Psycho-emotional effects: Moves emotions, it is a source of pleasure and feelings, provokes images, helps in recognizing one’s own feelings and expression.
  • Cognitive-intellectual effects: Improving sustained attention, facilitates time, exercise reasoning processes.
  • Social effects: Socialization, it facilitates dialogue, promotes group membership, evasion and entertainment.
  • Spiritual and transcendental effects: Aid to meditation, it transcends and invites reflection.