Neurofeedback researchers and practitioners, and other professionals interested in applied neuroscience, are cordially invited to the annual workshops and conference of the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia to be held in Canberra, Australia, August 2017.
Biofeedback for the Mind and Body:
Windows for Regulation
ANSA’s 2017 conference will include Keynote Addresses from outstanding international presenters including Dirk de Ridder, Jay Gunkelman, and Fred Shaffer. The weekend conference program, on the 26th & 27th August, will be preceded by a 1-day Advanced QEEG workshop with Jay Gunkelman, Theresia Stoeckl, Dirk De Ridder on Friday 25th August and a 2-day Biofeedback workshop with Fred Shaffer will follow the conference on the 28th & 29th August 2017.
Whether in research laboratories, performance training or health centres, the advantage of self-regulation methodologies is finding the sun! Our bodies and minds are complex interactive systems that respond, adapt and grow in response to many kinds of information. Being able to enter these feedback loops and guide aspects of ourselves towards greater achievement is both challenging and exciting. This conference will focus on encouraging us to widen our aperture to perceive the advantage of integrating biofeedback techniques in our work.
Jon Hegg, ANSA President 2015 - 2017
Hotel Kurrajong is our magnificent venue – an art déco masterpiece that, at the dawn of our nation, housed Canberra’s first parliamentarians and celebrated its 90th birthday this year. Hotel Kurrajong has been refurbished to its original grandeur, with modern specifications to ensure our conference delegates have access to professional work facilities and comfortable on-site accommodations.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of our incorporation, ANSA currently has a SPECIAL OFFER to members to register by 31 January for our $550 ANSA Surprise Package which will include: Friday Welcome Reception, Saturday & Sunday conference registration, and the Saturday Gala Dinner.