THE BRAIN MINI-BAR
We are restarting The Brain Mini-Bar. Choose one of the times below
- RSVP ClosedWed, Apr 27ZoomParents Edition: For anyone in the survivor's support system. Nancy is a guest bartender - 24 years of being a mom of a brain aneurysm survivor. Think you're at a bar with your drink of choice where you're sharing the best ideas & most important conversations around brain health and improvements.
- RSVP ClosedTue, Apr 19ZoomThis is for survivors only - brain injury, brain aneurysm, brain tumor, etc. Think you're at a bar with your favorite people & your drink of choice where you are sharing the best ideas and most important conversations around your brain health and improvements.
Brain Survivor's Edition
There is only 1 rule:
There is no wrong or right, only perspectives. So be open, be curious, listen to what is being shared and share what is on your mind, because there is no judgement, only brain health and improvement.
At the end of each mini-bar we hope to find one idea or important conversation to take home and impliment in our lives. By sharing what is up for you, you never know how that one thing can impact another person sitting across the bar.
Looking forward to cheers to you and your life!
Looking forward to
What attendees say...
What the speakers say...
“Speaking at The Brain Bar allowed me to connect and have an honest conversation with like-minded individuals about what's possible. This salon brings together a dynamic group of people, from different life paths all looking to reclaim their Brain.”
NYT Bestselling author of Limitless
Host / Kwik Brain podcast
"Being a part of the night and speaking to the presenters made it feel like a dialogue and I would DEFINITELY invite anyone who is thinking about it, to get to a Brain Bar event. Bring your curiosity and an open mind. There is so much perspective to share and gain from the events and I know you will enjoy them as much as I do."
Olympic Weight Lifter
"It's like a dinner party and you get to see all your favorite people. Each month is so different, you walk away learning something new."
Brain Aneurysm Survivor, Photographer, Mom