In 2014 a severe workplace injury and failed neck fusion surgery confined Sage to bed for over a year. By the end of it, he was 320lbs and struggled to walk, think and communicate while on more pills than anyone watching could believe.
The pills stopped working, and physical discomfort became his primary teacher…to this day.
Sage is a recording artist/producer, O.G. ‘biohacking’ pioneer, classical violinist, published poet, and creator of BreathChurch™, an online community dedicated to self-healing as well as NeuroAcrobatics™, a revolutionary system of breath and brain training designed to create rapid dynamic shifts in mental models that show up in the real world in real-time.
Over the past two decades, Sage’s creative work has been featured in W Magazine, Global Wellness Institute’s 2021 Trend Report on Breathwork, The New York Times, on BBC, PBS, ITV (UK), Sirius/XM and in competition for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Since 2015 he has worked with leading scientists, inventors, breathwork masters, entertainment industry icons, and business CEOs to create a personally sustainable lifestyle of breath-based peak performance.
Sage has sought out underserved communities and patient populations, from women’s shelters to stage four terminal cancer patients, and learned from every single breath. Observing and learning from his own extreme demands on his system, as well as being immersed in vastly divergent breathing populations, Sage has uncovered trends, behaviors and patterns locked away in the breath that are present in all of us. If you can de-code those patterns, you can learn, unlearn, re-learn, and rebuild them intentionally. He’s living PROOF.
Having served super-celebrities, Wall Street icons, and the world’s top law firm, Sage is now globally sought out to create bespoke NeuroAcrobatics™ breath/brain/body programs that support the extreme demands on the world’s most elite performers.
Sage and BreathChurch™ are live monthly on Insight Timer, the world’s largest meditation community. You can access free breath/brain/body resources on the NeuroAcrobatics™ YouTube channel and NeuroAcrobatics.com. Research inquiries can contact Sage via this website.