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Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology

  • What is Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology (NLK)?

    From Wendy Bennett (author):
    “Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology is unique in its adaptation of Neuro-linguistic Programming techniques which can be used effectively for counselling and change work. Neuro-Linguistic Programming is the development of Richard Bandler and John Grinder who have written books on the subject. Neuro-Linguistic Programming uses language as a therapy and NLK has adapted Meta Model and Milton Model language patterns successfully into its approach.

    NLK also incorporates some of the most innovative developments in Kinesiology related to testing the primitive and postural reflexes which have long been recognised by paediatricians and occupational therapists as crucial in the development of good learning behaviours.

    NLK offers dynamic mental fitness exercises which can be easily and effectively used in the classroom. NLK is designed to achieve improvement in a wide range of stress and health related problems. It also develops excellence in learning and performance skills”.

  • Overview:

    Please find a brief overview of what will be covered in each of the four weekends.

  • NLK 1 Links to Learning and Performance:

    Prerequisite: None

    • Physiology and Neurology of the Brain
    • Split Brain Model
    • Triune Brain Model
    • VAK System
    • Brain Integration Exercises
    • Testing Hemispheric Function
    • Repatterning Technique
    • Visualistion
  • NLK 2 Links to Communication:

    Prerequisite: NLK 1

    • Aspects of Neurological Function
    • Meta Model Language
    • Past Emotional Stress Release
    • Digital Determinators
    • Affirmations
    • Diet, Food and Supplements
    • Goal Balancing
  • NLK 3 Links to Personal Development:

    Prerequisite: NLK 2

    • Learning Strategies
    • Emotional Sabotages
    • Chakra Balancing
    • Phobia Balancing
    • Allergies and Sensitivities
    • Overgrowths
    • Miasms
    • Bodywork
    • Six Step Reframing