Welcome To Training in Sedona, Arizona

THE #1 THING WE NEED FROM YOU

Please fill out and return the Confidential Information Form - if you do not return this you cannot attend the training.

The information shared here will be kept confidential and intended for your assigned Trainer to review and begin preparing for your personalized training experience with Biocybernaut. We request that you complete and return this form as soon as possible. If you can, please bring a printed version of your form in person with you on your first day. If you have any questions or would like to share any additional medical information please contact us. 

There are two options for completing this form:
 
1. Read this information and fill out the form on your computer, save it, and email it to g.stevens@biocybernaut.com
or
2. Print and complete the form, fill it out with pen, scan or take a picture of it and then return via email to: g.stevens@biocybernaut.com

Please bring a hard copy of the form with you on your first day of training

 

The #2 thing that we will require is the Training Agreement. 

This document will be emailed to you 24 to 72 hours prior to your first day of training. It will be an email from Biocybernaut. This document can be digitally signed and is important to have completed prior to your first day of training. If you wish you can print it off and bring it with you to your first day of training.

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Nearest Airports

  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) 
    Most Sedona visitors fly into Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport as it is the closest major International airport to Sedona; just over 2 hours’ drive (119 miles)
 
  • Flagstaff Pullium Airport (FLG)
    Flagstaff Airport is the closest small commercial airport to Sedona, just a 40-minute scenic drive away through Oak Creek Canyon. Fly US Airways/America West Airlines exclusively from or connecting through Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX). Or, fly a private/charter aircraft into Flagstaff Pulliam Airport.
    25.3 miles; 40 minutes drive from Flagstaff to Sedona.
 
  • Sedona Airport (KSEZ)
    Please note that no commercial airlines fly in and out of Sedona. Fly private or charter aircraft into Sedona.
    2 miles; Located in West Sedona.
 
  • Grand Canyon Airport (GCN)
    Fly private or charter aircraft into Grand Canyon Airport near Tusayan at the entrance to the South Rim. 105 miles; 2 hour drive from Grand Canyon/Tusayan to Sedona
 
  • Another option is to fly to LasVegas, rent a vehicle and drive to Sedona – which is a 4.5 hour drive or Fly to Los Angeles, CA, rent a vehicle and drive to Sedona – a 7 hour drive.


Accommodations
Trainees are responsible for their own accommodations, here are a few that we are familiar with and may have discounts with. Sedona can be busy, we encourage you to arrange your accommodations in advance.

Assistance Planning your Travel, Accommodations and Logistics. 

If you need assistance and a concierge service to plan your airport and accommodations pick up, drop off we recommend contacting:

Shuttle from Phoenix Airport starts $280 per person for groups of 1 to 3 people.
Shuttle from Flagstaff Airport starts at $130 for groups of 1 to 3 people. 
 
Please note that you need to make these arrangements BEFORE travelling. Zeus Tours can also provide you with advice on tours and other activities you might like to become involved with while in Sedona. 
 
*Biocybernaut Institute does not arrange for your transportation and accommodations.*
 
  • Hyatt Pinon Point
    Very convenient location…easy walk to Biocybernaut. The advantage is most of their rooms have an efficiency kitchen or, in larger suites, full-size kitchens so eating healthy is more convenient. There are shops and restaurants on the property.
 
  • Amara Resort & Spa

    This is more of a luxury resort with restaurant and spa on the premises. It is a farther walking distance, and more challenging since you would be walking steeply uphill from the hotel to the training center.

    Tel: 928-282-4828.

 
  • Enchantment Resort

    The dramatic red rocks of Sedona’s Boynton Canyon set the tone for an experience beyond compare. You’ll move and be moved through a unique and powerful connection to nature, exhilarating adventures, deep relaxation and the feeling of awe and wonder again and again. Check offers here

    Tel: 928-282-2900

 
  • Lauberge de Sedona  is at the center of it all, inspired by this wondrous place and its power to create change. Everything is done with intention, each amenity fine-tuned to create unforgettable moments. When you journey here, the possibilities are endless. Check packages here

    Tel: (855) 905-5745, Email: info@lauberge.com

 
  • The Biocybernaut 1 Bedroom – Modest Condo
    $159 per night. Small, modest condo with a small kitchenette, laundry facilities. Approximately a 35 minute walk to the centre and a 7 minute drive. Check in for this unit is no earlier than 3pm – check out is no later than 11am your last day. We do not offer a daily cleaning service for this unit.  Please note also that we do not hold the condo until we have received a deposit for your training. Contact Brian Text: 602-920-8997 to arrange, if available. Email: brian@biocybernaut.com or speak to Kate.

A short 3 minute drive for the institute. Please advise that you are training with us & receive a 10% reduction in accommodations.

 
  • Sedona Uptown Suites  – Located close to the center it is a great option with several different suites to chose from. Phone number: 928-853-5009
 
  • Whispering Creek Bed & Breakfast – This B&B is located about 3 blocks from the center. They are pet friendly, provide breakfast & offer a special rate (10% off) for our trainees! Be sure to tell them that you are training with us. Phone number:
  • 928- 862-4006
     

    Airbnb or VRBO or Travelocity
    All great options. There are many beautiful homes in the area close by. Search the Jordan Road area for accommodations close to the Institute.

Please be aware that the Biocybernaut Institute is about two blocks from the town centre of Sedona.

The address for the Biocybernaut Institute is 395 Jordan Road.

Sedona is a popular travel destination and the community boasts many restaurants, interesting tours and accommodations.
 
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Road

Car + Shuttle Options

There are several shuttle companies that operate service between Sedona and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. . Rates you will be quoted do not include gratuity for the driver…a common courtesy here in Arizona.

 

Assistance Planning your Travel, Accommodations and Logistics.  If you need assistance and a concierge service to plan your airport and accommodations pick up, drop off we recommend contacting:

Shuttle from Phoenix Airport starts $280 per person for groups of 1 to 3 people.
Shuttle from Flagstaff Airport starts at $130 for groups of 1 to 3 people. 
 
Please note that you need to make these arrangements BEFORE travelling. Zeus Tours can also provide you with advice on tours and other activities you might like to become involved with while in Sedona. 
 
*Biocybernaut Institute does not arrange for your transportation and accommodations.*

Important Things to Know

  • The following foods reduce your Alpha Brainwaves and we recommend you abstain from them for at least a week before your training.
  • Learn about good fats to eat here. 
  • The chambers can get cold, we suggest you bring a zip-up jacket and warm, comfortable clothes that can be layered for your trainings, the center is meant to feel like home so get comfortable and make yourself at home. Plan to dress comfortably, seat suits, warm socks, zip up coats/hoodies. You are with us for 10 to 14 hours and we want you to relax and be comfortable and focus on your training.
  • We understand it is not always possible, however in the weeks prior to the start of your training, begin to focus on getting rest, if possible. If rest is an issue for you like it is for many, Alpha training often has improved individuals sleep habits.
  • We also recommend that it would be an advantage to arrive in Sedona at the latest, the evening prior to the training starting and we do recommend to plan to stay an additional night after the end of the training. Brain training can be tiring. Give yourself space to rest and rejuvenate and integrate your new learnings!
  • Please arrive at 9am on the first day of your training. The end of every day depends on how many trainees take part in this training and your length of chamber work each day. Nutritional light snacks and meals are provided by Biocybernaut. Please advise of any food requirements or allergies.
  • Please plan for between 10 to 14 hours per day to dedicate to focused training.
  • Access to cellular telephones and time pieces is limited during training hours. Please prepare accordingly to ensure uninterrupted training.
  • Electrodes will be applied to your head each day with a gentle, water soluble, sticky paste. Please be prepared to wash your hair each evening.
  • Please be reminded that Interpreters, if required are the responsibility and expense of the trainee. Please advise if you will be requiring an interpreter to attend the training with you. Our Trainers deliver the training in English. Please see the FAQs for more information.
  • Please be advised that trainees are responsible for their own breakfast and Biocybernaut provides snacks and a evening meal.
  • Additional Pretraining Preparation notes  and a summary of the above can be found here.

Please note the training is delivered in English. If you require a translator, all associated costs of the translator is the responsibility of the trainee. Providing a translator is not a service Biocybernaut provides due to the confidential nature of our trainings.  We do offer the support materials in several different languages.

As it has been challenging for some trainees to find translators in the Sedona area, we have located one gentleman who provides these services for Spanish speaking trainees.

We do not make the arrangements, you must contact him yourself to discuss. Please note that all costs associated with the translator are the trainees responsibility.

Oscar Guerero, Phone: 602-518-6958 

Email: oscarguerrero100@gmail.com

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Have more questions? Contact Kate directly at: kate@biocybernaut.com or text or Whatsapp 780-226-6213