Tickets are now available!
Seats are limited so pick up your tickets as soon as possible!Tickets at TicketTailor
Featuring an incredible lineup of NeuroField users and innovators!
Nicholas Dogris, Ph.D.
“The Bleeding Edge: All Things New in the Clinical Application of Neurostimulation”
Jeannine Lemare Calaba, Psy.D., BCN, QEEG-D
“Can Auditory Feedback Sounds be Chosen Scientifically to Enhance the Brain’s Ability to Learn?”
“Insomnia, GAD, RAD, Phobias, and PTSD: Pairing Neurofield With An Ecclectic, Energetic Toolbox”
Peter DeShane, DC
“The Rich Club’s Dark Underbelly: Anatomy, Physiology, and Targeting Neurotherapy of the
Thalamus and Putamen”
What are the transport/parking options getting to the event?
Two airport options are available. Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) or Los Angeles International (LAX). LAX tends to be less expensive to fly into, but it is a 90 minute drive north to Santa Barbara.
How to get from LAX airport to Santa Barbara?
The Santa Barbara Airbus is a shuttle service that offers free wifi, which travels nearly every hour of the day from LAX to Santa Barbara and from Santa Barbara to LAX. $55 one way.
Conference Location & Eating Details
During the lunch hour, you will be free to explore downtown Santa Barbara and choose from many diverse dining options.
Saturday evening will be the NeuroField dinner party! Location TBA.
Where to stay?
There are many options for housing while in Santa Barbara. However, hotels closest to the conference site will be more expensive this time of year.
The least expensive option is generally www.airbnb.com, which is a house sharing service where you can rent a room or a house in Santa Barbara for the weekend. You have the option to team up and group book a house that is near the conference location (downtown Santa Barbara, 25 E. De La Guerra St.). These places tend to average around $100/night per person for groups and there are many options available.
Nearby lodging options are listed below: