An auditory method

An auditory musical training specially adapted for the period in which your baby is learning to talk

Session after session your baby will memorize all kinds of melodic and rhythmic patterns


This will improve their language and learning skills


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ETFES method

ETFES method©

The marvelous and common fact of learning is due to the unique capacity of our brain called Neuroplasticity, which adapts and changes its morphology according to the experiences and sensations we receive from our environment

In a deeper way, the ETFES© method will train your baby’s musical pitch. As a result, musical training will improve language and learning skills in babies. As music training boosts all the language-related networks in the brain, it is expected to be beneficial in the acquisition of foreign languages

These cerebral capacities are unique and cannot be repeated, their minds are designed to absorb as many sensations and as much knowledge as possible to quickly adjust to their new environment

To develop the cognitive and social aspects of the baby in a healthy way, it is necessary to stimulate their emotional development

Emotional development forms the baby’s personality where they experience their first sensations, build the relationship with their parents and, in short, learn to relate to the outside world and music. Here is where the ETFES© Method plays a very important role too

Calm & relaxation

Calm & relaxation

Put your child to sleep

Exercise sessions designed to calm or numb your baby

One of the ideal moments to create a routine

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Massage & caresses

Massage & caresses

Memory booster

The best way to begin to apply the ETFES Method. Use touch and follow the rhythms of the musical theory exercises on your baby’s body

Breast or bottle feeding

Breast or bottle feeding

A beautiful feeding bond & connection

Exercise sessions designed to stimulate your baby while:


Bottle feeding

During meal time



Bath time

Bath time

Memory Booster!

Let your baby listen to this musical theory sessions during bath time

A beautiful sensory experience for your bath routine

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Age for applying the ETFES© method

What is the recommended age for applying the ETFES© method?

Memima Baby®
for babies from 0-36 months

Important for all growth stages


Environment: calm and silent

Time of the day: depending on what’s easiest for your daily schedule and when it best suits your baby

Speakers: from the cellphone. If possible, use good speakers connected to the cellphone

Volume: ensure your baby hears the music correctly


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Cognitive Area; language
prefrontal area and socio-emotional

The ETFES© Method applied in BabyWiseTunes® is specifically designed
to stimulate the cognitive area, the language area,
socio-emotional area and prefrontal area:

  • Cognitive area: enables the child to learn, relate,
    and adapt to new situations, making use of thought
    and direct interaction with objects and the world around them.
  • Language area: this refers to the skills that will enable
    the child to communicate with her environment.
  • Socio-emotional area: includes the child’s emotional
    and socialisation experiences. She will feel loved, safe and able to
    relate with others. The creation of an emotional bond is
    very important for the stimulation of this area.
  • Prefrontal area: This area is responsible for adaptation to
    the environment; it fixes baby’s social conduct and creates the process for expressing emotions.
Music and early stimulation benefits

Play instruments

Play instruments

Kick start learning

Listening sessions designed to inspire your baby while introducing instruments: piano and percussion

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Do you have any questions?

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