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The Relationship Dance – Two Day Introductory Workshop

Creating memories together
Strengthen your relationship by creating memories together

Why aren’t all relationships easy?

When a relationship is hard work, it is probably unbalanced.

When a relationship is painful, it has probably become destructive.

But arguing, disrespect and disconnection are not the natural dynamic of a loving relationship.

 

So are you interested in how to create

a happy and stable relationship?

 

About the Relationship Dance

Based on a 25-year modelling project, the Relationship Dance is a two-day workshop that will introduce you to a whole set of new models, tools, techniques and behaviours that will help you to:

  • Build a strong foundation through the Five Relationship Graces
  • Stand up and become balanced and constructive together with your partner
  • Enjoy the strength of becoming interdependent
  • Develop greater compatibility through a complementary relationship
  • Communicate with your partner (rather than argue!)
  • Speak your truth with kindness
  • Stay on the same side, even when handling differences

 

…so you both get what you want in life and feel excited about your future.

 

Who is the Relationship Dance for?

  • Individuals who want to create a healthy balance within… to get themselves into a state of readiness for the perfect relationship
  • Couples who want to communicate more effectively, revivify their relationship and rediscover why they love one another
  • Coaches, counsellors and therapists who want to broaden their skills in helping others
  • Anyone who is curious to discover how to create and maintain a relationship that is loving, supportive and inspiring…

The Trainers

Joe and Melody Cheal have more than 25 years’ experience each in the fields of Personal & Professional Development. They have trained and coached over 20000 people, helping them revolutionise the way they interact and work with others. Amongst their various qualifications, they both have psychology-based degrees and master’s degrees and are Master Trainers of NLP.

The question they are most often asked is: “How do you work together?” and the answer is varied!

They work together regularly…

They work together affectionately…

They work together respectfully…

They work together humorously…

They work together seriously…

 

Put simply… they work together!

 

They met in 1992, married in 1994, and have been dancing happily together ever since!

Individual Tickets

 

Early Bird rate available until 12th May 2019  £95

 

 

Full rate £145

 

 

Couples Tickets

 

Early Bird rate available until 12th May 2019  £145

 

 

Full rate £195

 

Do you ever experience unconscious self-sabotage?

You have all the wisdom you need deep inside, stop and listen.

In an earlier blog I told you I had started a 40 day self-care challenge for myself. The challenge was to cut out sugary foods such as chocolate, biscuits and cake. I also cut out alcohol.

 

My motivation was for general health benefits including weight loss and reducing inflammation.

 

On the surface I have been successful in this challenge. I have found it easy to avoid the foods I chose to cut out. However I noticed something strange. I have gained about four pounds in weight.

 

At first this didn’t make sense. Then I reflected on how my eating habits have changed over the last few weeks.

 

I have cut out the specific sources of sugar but then quite unconsciously I have increased my carbohydrate intake. You probably already know that in the body carbohydrates are broken down into sugar.

 

How had this happened?

 

I have a theory, based on my training and experience. I believe that food issues are rarely just about food. In some way sugar has a place in my psychological and emotional strategies. This form of unconscious sabotage needs to be viewed as useful data. It provides us with information that will ultimately help us.

 

My suspicion is that this is rooted in some personal work that I have already cleared and that this experience is an indicator that there is some more to do. I am also aware of some stress in my life right now that may also be having an impact.

 

I have decided to use some specific tools that I find really useful as a way of exploring and clearing what this change in eating has triggered.

 

I am going to use two techniques developed by Connirae Andreas, the Core Transformation Process and Wholeness Work. I’ll let you know how I get on later in this series.

 

For me listening to your body in this way is another way of practicing self-care. Listen to your body, listen to your responses and notice what you learn.

 

Do let me know what discoveries you make about yourself as you deepen your self-care practice.

Transactional Analysis For Coaches (AC Accredited)

Why attend this training?

If you are interested in what makes people tick Transactional Analysis is a great way to find out. By attending this training you will:

  • Increase your self-awareness and have more understanding about yourself.
  • Have a greater insight into what motivates behaviour in others.
  • Have some great tools to improve your interpersonal relationships.
  • If you are a Coach or an NLP Practitioner you be able to apply Transactional Analysis as an approach in your practice.
  • You will have gained 250 Credits towards an Association for Coaching Accredited Diploma: Psychological Approaches to Coaching.

We have two dates currently available.

The first is 12th to 13th January 2019, please note day one begins at 12.30pm and ends at 7pm with day two 10am to 5pm.

The second date is 16th to 17th March 2019, both days will be 10am to 5pm.

The training will be held at our venue here in Crowborough, East Sussex.

Your Trainer will be Melody Cheal, MSc Applied Positive Psychology and NLP Master Trainer. Melody trained in Transactional Analysis with top Organisational TA Trainer, Julie Hay for over six years. During that time she was a founder member of IDTA and it’s Financial Director.

To book your place for just £195 click the button below

 

Accredited By Association for Coaching

NLP Diploma

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Do you want to feel positive, happy and full of energy more often?

NLP is the tool that will provide you with a pathway to a new you. The “you” who makes things happen and feels ready for anything.

Find out how you can:

  • Increase your confidence and self-esteem.
  • Access states of happiness and joy more often.
  • Improve your relationships both personal and professional.
  • Communicate in a more engaging way.
  • Learn a whole new tool kit that can be used in your life and at work.
  • Perhaps even start a new career as an NLP Practitioner.
  • Start the process of training to be an NLP Trainer so you can start your own school of NLP.

NLP Diploma 

The full NLP Diploma is also module one of our full NLP Practitioner. Our NLP101 (one day introduction to NLP)  is a pre-requisite for our NLP Diploma.

On completion of your NLP Diploma you are then ready to complete our NLP Practitioner which is a further three modules of four days each.

NLP Diploma Learning Outcomes

By applying the learning from our NLP Diploma course you will be able to:

1) Use your communication skills more effectively by developing your ability to read people

2) Describe the difference between successful and non-successful outcome setting

3) Set outcomes that compelling and well-formed

4) Make changes to your ‘internal cinema’ to transform how you respond and feel

5) Help others overcome limiting reactions and beliefs

6) Build strong positive states to apply to any situation

7) Manage your own state and the state of others more easily

All our programmes are led by Melody and Joe Cheal who are both NLP Master Trainers and regular speakers at NLP conferences. They also each have degrees and Masters degrees in Psychology and so bring a wealth of additional knowledge to their training.

The NLP Diploma is module one of the full NLP Practitioner programme. The full programme consists of the Diploma plus three modules of four days each.

The GWiz NLP Practitioner is accredited with the PSiNLP and ANLP. We keep the group size to a maximum of 12-16 participants with 2 trainers because being a true participant as opposed to a member of the audience will allow you to fully learn NLP and its applications.

NLP Diploma

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GWiz NLP Coaching Circle – CPD Event

What is a GWiz NLP Coaching Circle and why would I find it useful to take part?

Our GWiz NLP Coaching Circles are facilitated by Melody Cheal, NLP Master Trainer and limited to eight participants. The Circle consists of a series of rounds with the following structure:

  • An NLP Practitioner elicits an issue from another participant, who takes the role of “client”.
  • The Practitioner next elicits a Well Formed Outcome.
  • In discussion with Melody, the Practitioner selects an NLP approach or technique.
  • The Practitioner takes the “client” through the process receiving coaching where necessary.
  • Melody provides feedback, encourage and tips after the mini-session.
  • The group briefly discuss the process and results
  • End of round

As an NLP Practitioner you will be able to sharpen your skills in a safe environment and so enhance your confidence when working with paying clients. As a bonus when you take on the role of client you have the opportunity get some “FREE” Change! You will learn from three perspectives, NLP Practitioner, Client and Meta (Observer) which in turn will deepen your learning.

CPD Certificates are available for this event.

GWiz Graduates pay just £50, if booked with Group Supervision the same day £80 for the day.

Non-GWiz NLP Practitioners £80, if booked with Group Supervision the same day £140 for the day.

 Email Melody for details about how to book

melody@gwiznlp.com