I disagree. From what I've seen of bootcamp instructor postings over the years, they usually pay terrible, and OP said they're already pulling in over 150k.
It would make more sense for OP to just deep dive on modern JS web stack, or Rust, or whatever new technology they wish to become proficient in on their spare time if they must. Side projects are a great excuse to do this. Then make the career change jump after they're proficient.