The First Annual Neurofield Conference will be held in beautiful Santa Barbara, California, from Friday July 7th to Sunday July 9th, with a pre-conference Advanced training workshop led by Dr. Nicholas Dogris on Thursday, July 6th, 2017.
All the newest and greatest Neurofield protocols, methodologies, and practices by leaders in the field, this is not a conference to be missed.
Featuring a stellar lineup of Neurofield users and innovators, such as:
Nicholas Dogris, PhD: Neurofield 64 and the Future of Neurostimulation-Based Neurofeedback
Peter DeShane, DC: The Metabolic Management of Post-Concussive Syndrom
Merlyn Hurd, PhD: What Does QEEG tell Us? Diagnostis 101
Tiff Thompson, PhD: pEMF and tACS Induced Meditative States
Annie Crain: Tips and Tricks to Optimal Thresholding: Amplitude, Duration, & Training Metrics
Candia Smith, DMH: NeuroField and the Treatment of ANS Deregulation in Trauma
Cindy Reynolds, PhD: Cross Train your Brain: Using NF Technology for Brain, Body, and Mind Fitness
Rick Abbey, PhD and Rachel Little: Something Amazing :)
Rob Reiner, PhD: NF Technology to Augment the Clinical Effectiveness of Virtual Reality
Brad Wiitala, BSEE: Signal Processing Challenges for DC-Coupled Amplifiers
.... and others!
We have a limited number of tickets, so reserve yours today. CEs will be offered for an additional fee of $45
For more information, contact event organizer, Tiff Thompson, at email@example.com or via phone at 301-502-0211. For more information on Neurofield, go to www.neurofield.com
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Two airport options are available. Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) or Los Angeles International (LAX). Often Los Angeles is cheaper, but you will have to drive 90 minutes north to Santa Barbara.
Conference Location & Eating Details
The conference will be held at Divinitree Yoga Studio, a big, beautiful and spacious location right in downtown Santa Barbara. A light breakfast will be provided, and on site will be organic, healthy juices, elixirs, and foods, provided by Kotuku. See more here: http://kotukuelixirbar.com/ During the lunch hour, you will be set free to walk through downtown Santa Barbara and choose from many diverse dining options.
Saturday evening will be a Neurofield dinner party (of course!) held at a yet undisclosed location.
Where should I stay?
There are many options for housing while in Santa Barbara. However, the hotels closest to the conference site will be a little pricey this time of year.
The cheapest option will be www.airbnb.com, which is an option where one to many attendees can rent a room or a house in Santa Barbara for the weekend. You can team up and book a place together that is near the conference location (downtown Santa Barbara, 25 E. De La Guerra St.). These places will average to $100/night per person and many of them are available. If you would like help finding housemates in a house-share, email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will happily assist.
Hotel options are as follows:
Kimpton Canary Hotel ($500/night)—they will also match any discount found on a third party site and give $25 food voucher.
Address: 31 W Carrillo St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Hotel Santa Barbara ($365/night)
Address: 533 State St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Holiday Inn Express Santa Barbara ($365/night)
17 W Haley St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Spanish Garden Inn ($569)
915 Garden St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
A little longer walk…(20 mins give or take)
The Upham ($310)
1404 De La Vina St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
($294/Thursday, $384/ Friday & Saturday)
121 State St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
The Wayfarer ($389/night)
King ($341) Queen ($332), Dorm rooms ($93 – 5 beds per room)
12 E Montecito St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101