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Mark Peters
Birmingham NLP and Hypnotherapy Training
Birmingham NLP and Hypnotherapy Training

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Every year we like to celebrate Prof. Cheng Man Ching's life and the great art of tai chi he shared with us.
This years focus will be on Gettin’ the TRUE measure of it all as this has been the most requested across the classes; understanding correct form movement to truly apply form and function. We will work on not just the shape of the postures but the underlying function. We will look at the tai chi classics and apply them to whole body movement, intrinsic strength, kinetic and potential energy, spatial awareness, agility, and mindfulness. The weekend is open to all levels and will give everyone a chance to deepen their knowledge and love for the art of tai chi chuan
Saturday 5th will focus on Chi-Kung (qigong) and Tai Chi structure, or as my wife likes to call it “Hands, knees and boomps-a-daisy”.
We will look at the natural elastic strength of muscles and tendons when in correct alignment. A stretching muscle is up to 10 times stronger than a contracting muscle. By applying the intrinsic strength of relaxed compression all strain is released from the body and able to be directed where needed. Contraction causes stresses in your body and restricts natural flow.
The day will focus on developing natural flow and harnessing natural elastic energy both for self-defence (martial) and self-defence (life balance).
Sunday 6thWill be Weapons Day. I will be teaching tai chi staff form and applications for balance and footwork. The form is relatively simple to learn and was taught to me by Grand-Master Tan Soew Theng in Malaysia.
DVD’s will be available at £20 and staffs (by order) at £15. Staff are rattan and slightly flexible rather than stiff hardwood Bo staff.
The days will run
9.30 for 10am start
10am to 12.30pm with a 10 minute break about 11.30am.
Lunch 12.30 to 1.30pm – lunch
1.30pm to 4pm with a 10 minute break about 2.45pm
The cost per day will be £40 per person (Kai-Ming members) £60 (non-members)
This includes refreshments. Please provide your own lunch.
Payment options
You can pay £40/£60 per day by cash or cheque to 'Kai Ming Martial Arts Association' and post to Mark Peters, 3 Middleton Hall road, Birmingham B30 1AB

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Tai Chi Legacy training weekend only £60 per day

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The Science of Laughter - And Why It Also Has A Dark Side

The truth is that laughter isn’t always positive or healthy. According to science, it can be classified into different types, ranging from genuine and spontaneous to simulated (fake), stimulated (for example by tickling), induced (by drugs) or even pathological. But the actual neural basis of laughter is still not very well known – and what we do know about it largely comes from pathological clinical cases.

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Next introduction to NLP is 29th July in Birmingham

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Added photos to Anxiety Management - creating a lasting change.

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All language is metaphoric, it is much more than embedding stories in hypnotic scripts. The aim of this day is to identify and design metaphors for change already present in your clients language which are an expression of their current belief/behaviour.

“A metaphor is understanding something in terms of something else” – George Lakoff
“Metaphor mediates the interface between the conscious and unconscious mind” – David Grove
You will learn:
both conscious and unconscious (subconscious) applications to enable lasting change.
4 key elements to metaphor construction
Isomorphic and Homomorphic metaphor

These 1-day workshops are £99 per person

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Anxiety is a natural process (fight-or-flight) that is designed to drive us away from perceived danger; It can be seen as a battle between the conscious logical mind and the unconscious mind.

This day will look at:
The Wounded Self – early unresolved emotional injuries
The structure of anxiety and the function of the amygdala
Sensory-based information and the Reticular Activating System
The Map is not the Territory – signs are for the locals
Phobias, Social Anxiety, Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Negative self-hypnosis
Relaxation and self-hypnosis

We will build on the metaphor day (5th May) to teach remapping of thoughts and behaviours that will enable you and your clients to gain control of the state they want to be in.

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Patient engagement is more than offering the service. Train to make the difference #NHS 

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The neurological system regulates how our bodies function, language determines how we interface and communicate with other people and our programming determines the kinds of models of the world we create. Neuro-Linguistic Programming describes the fundamental dynamics between mind (neuro) and language (linguistic) and how their interplay affects our body and behaviour (programming). It is the study of the structure of subjective experience.
Whatever your reasons for wanting to understand how we communicate as human beings, and why we make the decisions we do, NLP is for you!
Course Content
History and development of NLP
What NLP is and is not
Is it a therapy, a sales tool or a model for improved communication?
Techniques and language patterns
Learning Outcomes
The attitude behind NLP. It is more than a collection of techniques
Learn to create fast effective change in your clients
Learn to read signals and build report with ANYBODY
Who is the course aimed at?
Anybody interested in knowing more about NLP
Professionals wanting to develop their career
Sales people, Managers, Coaches
This one day workshop is great value at £30 and I'm giving my time for FREE, only charging for the venue costs of refreshments and lunch etc. What makes this even better is that if you decide to continue your training and attend our NLP Practitioner courses, you will be entitled to a discount on the course so please ask.
This is a deal not to be missed and to find out more, request a booking form etc, please contact us.
You can pay on invoice, cash, cheque, bank transfer.
Or if you prefer creditcard/debitcard. Please call 0121 251 6172 or email me

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