Reframe and reshape your narrative. Transform your own patterns of behavior and create your path to success.
This 8 week programme will help you rethink the way you look at life’s difficulties, manage stress and anxiety levels. It will help you to shift your perspective and reassess your experiences.
Join two experienced facilitators who will help you become the best you and deal with common challenges differently, with a positive, productive outlook.
Using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), mindfulness and story this 8 week programme is a way to improve your well-being. We often find we live in the story of the world we unconsciously create for ourselves. By becoming aware that we are story creators, and learning how to recreate our stories we give ourselves tremendous power over our lives.
This course will give you tools and techniques that will help you to lead a happier, healthier and more balanced life.
Thanks to funding from North Yorkshire County Council and Comic Relief Local Communities Programme (Two Ridings Community Foundation) we can offer the full course to you for just £25. Commercial value per person is £280. In addition free places are available for those in receipt of Universal Credit.
To apply for a free place call Sita on 01729 822 292.
Sita listens deeply, replies honestly and values the individual. Student of world renowned Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, she is trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and has practiced mindfulness meditation for 20 years. She has a Diploma in Positive Impact Coaching and is a trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Sita has 30 years experience of working as a professional storyteller and has toured internationally. She is also the founding Director of Settle Stories.
Adam's love of metaphor and story grew from an early age and through his contact with Aboriginal storyteller Francis Firebrace. Since then he has used story as a therapeutic tool in his NLP and Hypnotherapy practice. He is an NLP Master Practitioner and a trained mental health nurse. His work in the NHS used therapeutic metaphor as a component of therapy. As a storyteller he has worked at festivals and storytelling clubs and has hosted the Haworth Open Storytelling Circle since 2012.