The Most Exciting Event of our Year

On Saturday, October 16, we will hold our second annual Symposium.  A symposium is not a stuffy academic exercise: it's a chance to sit and talk with really cool people about things that are important to them and to you.  At our symposium, we will be talking about POSSIBILITY.  

Possibility can change your life. It can make you believe that good things are just around the corner - and sometimes that gets you to the corner and sometimes that lets you stay exactly where you are.  What has possibility meant in your life? There may be things that you thought were impossible until you did them and there may be things that you thought were within your reach that proved impossible.  The way you think about all these things changes the way you react when someone presents you with a possibility you had not considered before, a possibility for a new way of thinking or a new way of doing.

When you attend our symposium next Saturday (October 16), you will find yourself intrigued by the interesting people from diverse backgrounds who have taken NLP practitioner training and put it to work in their lives and their jobs.  They are coaches, trainers, educators, performers, healers and entrepreneurs:  all of them get excited about opening up new possibilities.  You will learn from each of them and from the lively conversations they have as panels discussing the bright side - and the dark side - of POSSIBILITY.

POSSIBILITY begins at 9:30am and runs until 6:00pm at the Muzzo Family Alumni Hall, 121 St. Joseph St. (next to our building at 47 Queen's Park Cres. E.).  After a dinner break, we will close the day with Stories, Songs and Trance: performances by NLP practitioners at the Charbonnel Lounge (across St. Joseph St., just south of St. Mary St. in Elmsley Hall).

The Symposium costs $80 at the door. Call Carole at 416-928-2394 and ask about our discounts when you register before the day of the event or when you register with one or more friends.

Learn more about the Symposium and its Speakers by clicking on the tab at the top of this page or by visiting