NLP is an adaptable and powerful tool. Combined with exercise and training, the potential for changing your lifestyle and wellbeing is immeasurable! You may already be aware that exercise releases endorphins that make you feel good after training. Short term, we get what some call the exercise ‘buzz’. Over a longer period of time, this improvement in our brain chemistry can lead to significant changes in our outlook and self esteem.
So where does NLP come in? NLP is a constant thread throughout all the work I do with my clients. It allows me to determine how they learn and handle information, and gives me an insight into how they view their world. Understanding this helps me to challenge and motivate you in a way that you will respond to best, and see and feel the best results!
• Weight management and goal setting.
• Visualisation and motivation for training and competing.
• Changing harmful behaviours or self esteem issues.
• Development of ‘flow’ and the ability to recreate ‘flow’
• Concentration and ‘mindfulness’.
Struggling with aspects of your life? Wondering what’s holding you back, or just not feeling 100%? Worrying about an upcoming event or commitment?
• Make you better and more efficient at things you are already skilled at.
• Help you develop skills that you would like.
• Help you communicate more effectively and develop rapport.
• Clarify and simplify your thoughts and decision making.
• Help you with elements of your mood, thoughts and behaviours.
In my opinion the greatest thing about NLP is that it doesn’t provide any answers! It instead provides you with great tools and processes so that you can find your own. An answer is only of use if you understand how to get it. Once on your own, understanding the process allows you to find answers for yourself, and offers you a great many more choices!
Single sessions are £40 and last an hour or longer. It can take several sessions to fully explore and potentially resolve a complex matter.
Half sessions are £30 and last 30 minutes. They are ideal for positive thinking and relaxation exercises before events.