“Our goal is to optimize the experience for guests at these venues. Whether they need a burst of energy to hop on a few more rides, their kids are tired and acting out, or they just need a good night’s sleep at your hotel, Braintapping is a quick and easy way to relax and reboot —anytime, anywhere.“
– Dr. Patrick Porter, BrainTap Founder
Play Hard, Play Harder.
What do chaotic amusement parks and relaxing meditation have in common? Absolutely nothing until now, thanks to BrainTap. This week, BrainTap, a company in the vanguard of digital health and wellness, announced they are bringing their proprietary mindfulness technology to theme parks, zoos, aquariums, and other attraction centers.
“Our goal is to optimize the experience for guests at these venues. Whether they need a burst of energy to hop on a few more rides, their kids are tired and acting out, or they just need a good night’s sleep at your hotel, Braintapping is a quick and easy way to relax and reboot —anytime, anywhere,” says Dr. Patrick Porter, neuroscience expert, and BrainTap founder.
BrainTap’s digital tools and mind development apps use Creative Visualization and Relaxation, a biohacking technique that has made tremendous advances in helping people boost energy, relax, and reduce feelings of stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Backed by neuroscience and research, BrainTap enables guests to quickly manage their brainwave activity through light and sound therapy, improving the quality of their thoughts, and putting stress in its proper place.
BrainTap has partnered with IAAPA, the global association for the attractions industry, and will be showcasing their digital wellness tools at the 2019 IAAPA expo which kicks off November 19 in Orlando. At this 4-day event, more than 38,000 global attractions industry professionals from more than 100 countries will gather to see the latest innovations, products, and technologies.
“The mindfulness space is forecasted to become a two-billion-dollar market by 2022 and BrainTap developing the next generation of innovative products for this fast-growing industry,” says Nicholas Zaldastani, BrainTap CEO. “BrainTap’s approach to human performance and mindfulness is a gamechanger and I am excited to share this with the hospitality and attractions industry.”
“BrainTap’s approach to human performance and mindfulness is a gamechanger and I am excited to share this with the hospitality and attractions industry.“
– Nicholas Zaldastani, BrainTap CEO
In An Interview/Article, Nicholas Zaldastani Can Share:
- Mindfulness technology & the attractions industry
- How “braintapping” will change the experience for guests at amusement parks, zoos, and other attraction centers
- Biohacking – the latest trend in healthcare
- How to trigger neurotransmitter production through brainwave entrainment
- Highlights of the IAAPA conference
The BrainTap team has been instrumental in the nationwide movement to optimize healthcare through biohacking. CEO Nicholas Zaldastani is sharing what this means for the amusement industry and has information and advice people can use to improve their health through brain entrainment.