You’re required to take CEUs in order to maintain your license, but most courses are boring and don’t actually help with the day-to-day challenges of practicing medicine.
Most healthcare practitioners like you find themselves struggling to stay awake during CEU courses, and by the end of the class, they haven’t learned anything new.
NeuroAcrobatics is a series of stimulating breath and brain games that will not only count as your CEU requirement but will also help you be better prepared for any challenging situation your practice throws your way.
The way we think while we breathe is the most important thing—Why?
It turns out the stories we tell ourselves control the chemicals we release into our brains and bodies. The more we can breathe a better story, the more we can watch our physiology change right before our eyes.
• NeuroAcrobatics™ is a course of breath and brain “games” designed to produce real-world results that show up in real-time.
This six-week course is a commitment for 2.5 hours each Sunday afternoon to sit, breathe, think, play, imagine, laugh, cry, maybe fart a little, write poetry, sing at the top of your lungs, make some new friends and walk away feeling lighter, happier and much more prepared for the week ahead. Oh, and you will undoubtedly be the best breather in any room you are in at the end of the six weeks.
NeuroAcrobatics™ is co-sponsored and presented in conjunction with Dr. Peter Litchfield (Bio below) and his two-year school for Doctors, elite military and law enforcement and licensed professionals, The Professional School of Behavioral Health Sciences. This is the first time a course at that school is open to everyone—not just licensed professionals.
Tired of Spa Radio as your wellness soundtrack?
So. Are. We.
We use music that is fun and creates real-world scenarios that you are really likely to meet as training opportunities in our weekly “Guided Medications”.
We’ve designed NeuroAcrobatics to teach you how to THINK and BREATHE in a way that benefits your brain and body and gives you access to untold storehouses of energy and ease at the same time…without needing a yoga mat or 30-minute time-out.
No matter what your daily circumstances, there is nothing you cannot overcome with the right breath/brain/body mindset.
We’ll share our personal stories and how we used NeuroAcrobatics™ to overcome them.
We look forward to meeting with you and introducing you to your breath in a whole new way!
Six Weekly Sessions live on Zoom from:
Sunday, September 18th through Sunday, October 23rd12pm-2pm EST, 9am-11am PST and 5-6pm GMT
15% off 5 or more
25% off 10 or more
Sage Rader, Megan Baerg
About Sage Rader
Sage Rader is a Breath Artist, Biohacking pioneer, violinist, poet, and creator of Breath Church, an online community dedicated to self-healing and NeuroAcrobatics™, a system of breath and brain games designed to create rapid dynamic shifts in consciousness that show up in the real world in real time.
Over the past two decades, his creative work has been featured in W Magazine, Global Wellness Institute’s 2021 Trend Report on Breathwork, The New York Times, on BBC, PBS, ITV (UK), Sirius/XM and in competition for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
After recovering from a series of near fatal medical conditions and rebuilding his brain and body from scratch more than once, Sage now has the privilege of sharing his secrets with super-celebrities, doctors, scientists and CEOs as well as extreme trauma, cancer and chronic pain warriors. NeurAcro (for short) is designed to take the same secrets used by elite performers under the most demanding circumstances and make them accessible to anyone with breath and a brain.
His mission is to weave breath and brain games with music and community to relieve the loneliness and pain epidemics driving the opioid epidemic.
About Megan Baerg
Megan Baerg was born to explore and train both breath and brain to heal the body. Over the past two decades she has worked as a Massage Therapist for Barclays Churchill Cup Rugby, professional BMX, Canadian National Sailing Team training camp and Canadian National Wakeboarding. She has also worked with the RMC Men’s Varsity Hockey team, Hockey Canada, professional Ballroom dancing and Judo.
Megan is a certified Breath Mastery practitioner, studying with world-renown Breath Master Dan Brule. She has been mentored by and is currently working with Breath Artist Sage Rader and grew her online chops in 2021 leading a free weekly global breath community called Breath Church with Rader. With a particular focus on Systema breathing under the instruction of Russian master Vladimir Vasiliev, Meg began learning NeuroAcrobatics™in March, 2020 and has dedicated hundreds of hours of personal practice to honing and perfecting her skill.
Most importantly, Megan has personally triumphed over extensive personal breath/brain/body challenges, gleaning vital experience and insights that can only be learned on a personal healing journey. She has an embodied, working knowledge of applied neuro-feedback, breathwork, body work and energetic healing that she brings to her process of sharing NeuroAcrobatics™ with the world.
About Peter Litchfield, Ph.D.
Dr. Litchfield earned his Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of Portland in 1972, his M.A. degree in psychology from San Diego State University in 1970, and his B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Michigan in 1964. He completed a one-year sabbatical leave from California Polytechnic State University in behavioral medicine with Theodore. X. Barber at Medfield Hospital, in Massachusetts 1975-1976.
His areas of expertise include: behavioral medicine, behavioral physiology, applied psychophysiology, research design, behavioral pharmacology, placebo effects, biological learning and motivation, and physiological monitoring technology. Respiratory psychophysiology has been his exclusive focus since 2000.
He currently serves as President of the Professional School of Behavioral Health Sciences which provides professional diploma and certificate programs that integrate physiological and behavioral sciences for new and innovative applications in healthcare, human service, and performance enhancement. He serves as CEO for Better Physiology, Ltd., the manufacturer of CapnoTrainer instrumentation used for identifying dysfunctional breathing habits and assisting people in disengaging and replacing them with new functional ones. And, he serves as an editor for Breathing Science, a digital peer-reviewed journal. He is also a Member of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
Dr. Litchfield served as Assistant Professor of Psychology 1970-1974, was tenured in 1974, and served as Associate Professor of Psychology 1974-1981 at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA. He founded (or cofounded) and served as President: Proseminar Institute in San Francisco, 1976-1981; the Applied Psychophysiology Institute in San Francisco CA and Bainbridge Island WA, 1981-1997; Behavioral Physiology Institutes (Ph.D. program is behavioral medicine) in Bainbridge Island WA, 1997-1999; Better Physiology, Ltd. (manufacturer of CapnoTrainer instrumentation), 2000-present; the Graduate School of Behavioral Health Sciences (2012 – 2020); and the Professional School of Behavioral Health Sciences (2020 -present).
He has lectured for more than 50 years in person and by webinar on behavioral physiology, respiratory psychophysiology, and self-regulation science throughout North America and in Asia, Australia, Europe, and Latin America to diverse audiences, ranging from medical schools to corporate groups.