2023 Breathwork Summit
Program & Replays
NeuroAcrobatics and the Poetry of the Breath, Brain, and Body Axis
The language of the breath, the brain, and the body is poetry, specifically a metaphor. Let's join Sage Rader to find out how we choose our metaphors, how the breath seals them into a cellular memory, and how we can use that to rapidly shift the felt sensation of fear, defeat, and pain to create powerful, potent permanent change. Discover the Breath/Brain/Body axis and learn how to work with a better class of metaphor to create the desired felt sense of your experience.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- How to deconstruct metaphors we use to describe life, and how to use your breath to seal them into your cellular memory
- Your breath and brain actually control your body's felt sensations, and how you can use that knowledge to improve your daily life
- Why the same breath with a different thought is a different breath, and how to use this knowledge to surf tsunamis in life
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, and on BBC, PBS, ITV (UK), Sirius/XM, and in competition for the Grand Jury Prize at 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 creative work with super-celebrities, doctors, scientists, and CEOs, as well as extreme trauma, cancer, and chronic pain warriors. Neuroacrobatics™ 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 driving the opioid epidemic.