Changing Habits with NLP

1-Day Workshop Series

Date: Saturday April 14
Times: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Venue: Munay Space
1079b Roosevelt Crescent (2nd floor)
North Vancouver, BC V7P 1M4

Changing Habits with NLP

Recognizing how our habits contribute to our well-being is vital these days. Bad habits can interrupt our lives and prevent us from achieving our goals, they can compromise our health, mentally, emotionally and physically. And ultimately can waste valuable time and energy in our daily lives.

Neuroscientists have traced our habit-making behaviors to a part of the brain called the basal ganglia, which also plays a key role in the development of emotions, memories and pattern recognition.

Habits are sometimes compulsory. New behaviours can become automatic through the process of habit formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns which we repeat become imprinted in neural pathway. It is however possible to form new habits utilizing the powerful techniques of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Some people don’t recognize that the things they are doing have become a bad or negative habit.

The Workshop

In this 1 day workshop, you will be shifting behavioural habits that are no longer useful. how to change habits that are not working for you.  We will identify the needs these habits serve and find positive replacements. We will get to the core of those habits that are not useful and work with techniques and strategies that will lead to new and healthy behaviours.


The ability to identify habits quickly
Learn the art of dissassociation
Learn a step by step way to Change Habits

Booking Now: 604 421 1722 : Limited Space

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1 Day Workshop Series:

Saturday April 14: Changing Habits
Sunday April 15: Effective Time Management
Saturday April 28: Ferocious Motivation
Sunday April 29: Power States: Circle of Excellence
Saturday May 5: Reduce Stress & Anxiety
Sunday May 6: Slay your Audience

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