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.
Connecting Women Event a great success!
Inner Space Training (IST) spoke at the “Connecting Women Event”, February 4, 2013 in the Hague about “Reconnecting with your Dreams”. IST received an enthusiastic response from the ladies in the group. IST gave a presentation, and demo’ed the Brainwave Entrainment (BWE) technology with a number of participants who wanted to use the technology to reduce their stress “on earth”!
Sign up for New Inner Space Training – May 23, 2013 in Netherlands!
This training is not just for people who are planning on buying a trip to space, but also for space enthusiasts, teams going on extreme expeditions, and business executives who want to get the benefits of training their brain for "peak performance. IST uses Brainwave Entrainment technology which has been used by NASA for the last 40 years, to train its pilots to focus better and stay calm in stressful situations (and can also be useful for here on earth)! For more information about the training, please click here.
Inner Space Training: Not just for astronauts, but for top athletes too!
Technologies for space are often used on earth. Inner Space Training (IST) uses the technology of brainwave entrainment, to train astronauts, high performance athletes, and business executives for optimal performance. The technology requires only 6-8 weeks of practice, before seeing results. At the moment, Tjerk Kramer, top waterpolo player for AZC Alphen is testing the tool for his own performance improvement. Read more about it, click here for English and here for Dutch.