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Old Park Meadow, one of Emma's regular training venues

What is Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)?

NLP was originally created in 1970's by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. It combines applied neuroscience with performance psychology to generate new insights, perspectives as well as a practical tool set to enable you to make change or help others.

“Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) empowers, enables and teaches us to better understand the way our brain (neuro) processes the words we use (linguistic) and how that can impact on our past, present and future (programming). It gives us strategies for observing human behaviour and learning from the best (and worst) of that!" Karen Falconer, CEO of the Association of NLP.

NLP was created through modelling people who were exceptional in their field and these learnings I will share with you, so that you can become excellent in your's. It gives you a way forward, especially when the path ahead may seem unclear - it gives you training for life, enabling you to have choice and create the life you truly desire.

So, if you are tired of the uphill struggle of life, want to avoid the pitfalls and curve balls that life throws at you, then NLP training can give you the tools to manoeuvre though life more easily and enjoy the ride. Curious to know more? Then book yourself onto an NLP Taster session so you can discover first-hand the benefits of NLP and how you can apply it in all areas of your life. You will learn the science behind the research and then use the practical models to actually make the changes that you want in your life - to have choice and to be in the driving seat of your life.

"NLP gave me the answers to the questions I had all my life."

"Excellent training! Very professional and thorough, and also huge fun. I’d highly recommend working with Emma - you will be pleased you did!"

"What an amazing experience, having just completed my NLP Practitioner course I can thoroughly recommend this dynamic, effective and engaging training. Thank you so much."

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