What are You Doing this March? There's Lots to Choose at NLPCT

March 2012 will be busy.  Linda is offering two new evening programs. Andrew Freund is directing a play for the New Ideas Festival. And we'll be offering an NLP Practitioner course in a new format: 2 three-day weekends.

On March 6, she'll introduce you to SHIFTWORK, an introduction that explains how NLP makes small changes to create big differences. You'll not only learn a little of the history and methods of NLP, you'll have a chance to experience a shift and the difference it makes. The program runs at our usual space from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. Call Carole at 416-928-2394 to reserve a spot.

On March 14, Our Eliza takes the stage at the Alumnae Theatre's New Ideas Festival.  Our Eliza is directed by Andrew Freund (a training practitioner and member of the advisory board) and stage managed by Master Practitioner Kate Spariaguina.  We strongly encourage members of the NLP Canada Training community to book their tickets soon!

March 16,17,18 is the first weekend of our new format NLP Practitioner Training (the course ends of March 29,30, April 1).  We expect this to be a small, focused group who makes rapid progress towards individual goals while enjoying the NLP experience. NLP practices are naturally energizing, and March is a great time to break through old issues and nurture new growth. Take advantage of the quiet of this month and make a difference in your life that will show strong, tangible results as winter turns to spring. Call Carole at 416-928-2394 to register.

On March 21, Linda is offering the second new program this month. STORYWORK is an evening program that explores the use of stories to gather information and influence attitudes and behaviours. You'll have the chance to hear a story or two, to learn how stories express unconscious patterns and processes, and to watch demonstrations of stories put to work to solve problems or open up possibilities. By invitation. Call for details.

On March 24 and 25, members of the NLP Canada Training community will be taking advantage of a rare opportunity to study with another master of therapeutic metaphor. Tom Condon has travelled the world as an expert teacher of the Enneagram, NLP and Ericksonian Hypnosis. He will be in Toronto to offer a workshop on The Enneagram and Therapeutic Metaphor, sponsored by Enneagram North. The cost for the workshop is $299, but when you register as part of the NLPCT group, you pay the members' price of $249. Email Linda to register.