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NLP Practitioner 2020 - 2021

Group of 4 student graduation

Even during times of uncertainty and in the middle of a series of government restrictions, we have recently completed our highly experiential and comprehensive, 16-day NLP Practitioner course which has been accredited by the International NLP Trainer’s Association (INLPTA). 

The majority of the course was delivered in person at a rural golf course in Kent in the South-east of the UK providing the students with a welcome break from the general hustle and bustle and noise of life that we used to create a safe space of study.  Due to some government restrictions, we did have to conduct some of the training online via Zoom which was an interesting task, not least because of technical issues which were resolved.

Each student on the course gained a substantial amount of knowledge and experienced many things that they had never experienced before as we worked through the numerous exercises that are specifically designed to enhance the training.

On the first day of the NLP Practitioner course, it became apparent that one of the students was somewhat sceptical at reaching the course objectives however, as the course progressed, the student in question became more engaged and curious about exactly how NLP can be used in her life, with her family, friends, colleagues, and clients.

The course itself is designed to not only teach the participants most of the key skills, tools and techniques that they need to conduct successful NLP sessions with their clients, it also pushed (gently of course) every one of them outside their comfort zone and at times, it got quite emotional.

One of the students said, “I have never understood so much about how I operate before and when I started the course, I was more likely to want to understand the exercise from a logical, cognitive way before I’d do the exercise and take the learnings from the experience.” 

They added that “one of the main phrases around NLP arena is ‘The learning is in the doing’, quite simply put, even though we think we understand the exercise, you don’t begin to deeply understand until you’ve done it and experienced it for yourself”.

Ada, another student said that she thought the course was life changing because it had opened her mindset and thought that she was more able to communicate with her clients better.


If you’re interested in taking part in our next NLP course, or have any questions then please feel free to contact us or email



Published: 02/06/2021

Anxiety Sufferer?

Group of 4 student graduation

Did you know that anxiety is currently on the rise throughout the UK and there are many things that you can do to immediately take yourself from being anxious to calm?  

NLP is an excellent way that you can manage your state.

To download our FREE anxiety-busting top tips, please click on the link

ONE of the best things that you can do is to simply change your language.  If you use past-tense words it helps to tell your brain that the event or behaviour has already happened.
Consider this: "I am anxious" vs "I have been anxious"
Which one feels better?

Published: 07/10/2020

NLP Practitioner

Group of 4 student graduation

We are currently between modules on our INLPTA accreited Practitioner course.

So far the students have learned the basic fundamentals of state management and how they can control their emotions.  We have talked in depth about how we communicate and create our own unique 'model of the world' that we use to live our life from

All of the students are rearing to get back for the second module where they will learn about anchoring and strategies before going on to learn basic modelling concepts.

Published: 06/10/2020

Reboot your life

Group of 4 student graduation

We've completed the first 'Reboot your life' programme and we've presented the certificates to the wonderful group above.

Congratulations to all of the participants who learned some amazing things in order to help them to take control of their lives so that they can live their life their own way.

The 6-week programme covered:
  • Understanding state, controlling our emotions
  • Advanced communication techniques and models including how to be more effective in conflict resolutions and negotiation.
  • Learning about the human needs and how we 'play out' each of these needs through our shadow-selves and archetpyes.
  • How to understand the world from other perspectives and increase the options that we perceive available to us.
We learned the basics of self-development and began to make immediate changes.

Amy, one of the students said "This course has been absolutely fantastic because I have a much better understanding of myself now and I am able to communicate with my children better"  she added "I can't wait to train further and learn more about NLP and how I can use it in my life"

Published: 06/10/2020