Date: Thursday, 27th October 2016 (FREE Online Webinar)
Option 1: 3pm CEST or Option 2: 7pm CEST
Have you ever been told “The only person that holds you back is yourself” or “All the answers are within you”? What do these mean? With hypnotherapy, you tap into your subconscious mind, where what is holding you back and all the answers you need are located.
Hypnotherapy is a systematic and facilitated approach to access information such as beliefs in the subconscious mind and reprogram them. Curious to learn more?
Have you ever suffered from anxiety, stress or depression? Maybe you have heard of neurofeedback before and wondered what it is and how it can help people?
Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that uses real-time displays of brain activity to teach self regulation of the brain. As you see your brain activity, you learn from it and train with exercises to change your thoughts and behaviour. It has been proven to work with many conditions including anxiety, stress, ADHD, sleep problems and more.
What does your style say about you? Say it with Style is a course about what "Style" means to you. When we think of style, we sometimes think about our clothes but it's more than that. Our appearance, one of the most powerful tools of success in today's life, is not always so easy to create. You may be busy or have little interest in clothes, however you still want to be taken for who you are. You want to feel comfortable and fashionable, so you can express yourself without words.
Date: Thursday, 17th November 2016 (Zurich) - Date Changed
Everyone has a story to tell; we use stories to connect; to express creativity; to understand each other, and to design creative ideas with others' perspectives in mind. We use stories to hear and be heard, online and offline, at work and in our personal lives.
Sometimes we may feel stifled or blocked-- when it's hard to focus, to engage, and to connect with our own voice and with each other. This disconnect can keep us from realizing our most capable, authentic and expressive self. Using mindfulness as an entry-point and a "storytelling hack"...