Welcome to Inner Space Training (IST)
Most commercial astronauts, have only one chance to get it right and achieve that “once in a lifetime experience”.
Therefore it is prudent to train not only the body but also the mind. IST addresses the mental and emotional challenges that may be experienced during flight. IST alleviates such challenges, coupled with offering situational awareness along the flight profile that ensures a peak experience. In order for suborbital scientists and space tourists to achieve a peak experience in space, IST trains in the area of psychological acclimation before the mission.
IST goes Zero G!
Dr. Mindy Howard from Inner Space Training, tests the Bio Acoustical Utilization Device (BAUD) to help relieve symptoms of nausea and motion sickness on a zero gravity parabolic flight in Bordeaux, France.
The test worked and showed that motion sickness can be controlled without medication by using this neurofeedback tool and the techniques taught in Inner Space Training.
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IST launches a new way of conquering fear of flying!
As seen on Dr. Phil and Oprah- fear of flying can be overcome in one easy session with a 98% rate of effectiveness using the Bio-Acoustical Utilization Device (BAUD)!
New patch for those who complete the training!
For those of you, who have completed IST's training, we are proud to offer you a patch that you can sew onto your flight suit, before you go into space!
Wear it with pride and don't forget, "You have all the tools you need now to be able to relax and enjoy your ride!"
IST is a hit! At ESA’s Business Incubation Center in Noordwijk, Netherlands!
Seven space enthusiasts and potential astronauts and ticket holders for space trained last week at European Space Agency’s Business Incubation Center, where the last Inner Space Training was held. All of the participants reported having new insights as a result of the training that they could use for both their upcoming spaceflights as well as dealing with stressors here on earth. This picture captures participants going into the “weightlessness flight phase” of the simulation. To hear more about what participants thought about the training, visit our Testimonials page.