Beka Chandler


Beka Chandler has always been passionate about working with trauma & the nervous system.


Beka & Dan have over 25 years of neurofeedback experienced combined.

Beka was voted Ashland’s top therapists when she did bodywork back in the day.

She is certified in cranialsacral, therapeutic yoga & holds four certificates through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.


She is currently getting certified for transformational coaching through The Little School of Big Changes. She also enjoys wellness coaching!


Dan Altman


Dan Altman has 12 years of experience with neurofeedback and working with clients.


Dan has taken both the Basic and Advanced Certification Courses with Zengar Institute to learn the NeurOptimal training system.


Prior to NeurOptimal Dan had a successful business for over 3 years offering Brain State Technologies Brainwave Optimization. Dan was a certified BST Master Level II Brainwave Technologist. Dan also worked with Dr. Sung Lee at the BrainWell Center in Sedona before opening the Ashland center.


Dan trained with Dr. Les Fehmi of the Princeton Biofeedback Center and is a Certified Open Focus neurofeedback trainer and Open Focus Coach.


Dan is a former software entrepreneur and has an extensive background in personal and spiritual growth.


Even though Dan achieved success with two software companies and eight years at Microsoft he did not find the inner peace that he was seeking. After years of depression and low moods, Dan’s quest led him to neurofeedback. Following his initial neurofeedback training Dan experienced a dramatic shift in his experience of life. He is grateful to have discovered the inner peace and well-being he was seeking.


Dan understands the suffering that many people experience and he wants to bring them the new possibilities that emerge when they have a optimal and well functioning brain.


In addition to his NeurOptimal practice, Dan is a trained Three Principles Transformational Life coach. Dan is also writing a book about his search for inner peace called “Microsoft to Maui: How I found peace that money couldn’t buy”.


We welcome your questions.