Common questions about the NLP Sport Practitioner

Common questions about the NLP Sport Practitioner

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For a different perspective …

Do people that attend your course want to be practicing NLP Sport Practitioners?

No. Most people use the course to improve their current lives and professions rather than start a new career, although if that’s your desire, then it’s a good starting point, and you’d need to go on to complete your NLP Master Practitioner at some point afterwards. Continue reading

How Neuroscientists Explain the Mind-Clearing Magic of Running

How Neuroscientists Explain the Mind-Clearing Magic of Running

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This article has been edited from an original by Melissa Dahl for nymag

It is something of a cliché among runners, how the activity never fails to clear your head. Does some creative block have you feeling stuck? Go for a run. Are you deliberating between one of two potentially life-altering decisions? Go for a run. Are you feeling mildly mad, sad, or even just vaguely meh? Continue reading

NLP for FITPROS, Personal Trainers and tips for those starting out …

Articles Practitioners Corner

A video interview with performance coach and FITPRO, Grant Breeze of One Performance UK, Richmond, Surrey, discussing his successful personal training business, his new work with performance coaching and how NLP has been a major influence on how he’s gone from strength to strength …

New Discoveries about the Immune System Impacts the Brain

New Discoveries about the Immune System Impacts the Brain

Articles Scientific American Mind

From Scientific American Mind.

Depression, autism and Alzheimer’s disease are all painfully prevalent brain disorders, but they have something else in common: they have been linked to inflammation in the brain. This essential immune response that helps us fight infections sometimes backfires—when prolonged, the action can damage tissue and negatively affect our mood and cognitive abilities. Think about the last time you had a cold: That lousy, drowsy feeling can be attributed to this effect. Continue reading