Looking back, it was all enjoyable, yet of particular enjoyment on and withing my early NLP training was the Milton Model. The linguistic patterns of Milton Erickson as coded by those legends Grinder and Bandler. Remembering the wonderful learning experience of becoming competent through practice and play.

The April Trance Cafe will be focusing and developing the recognition and use of the Milton Model language patterns in the context of hypnosis. And as I recall learning experiences, so can you recall some of your better, more useful experiences when you have been learning in the ways most useful to you?

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Here is an interesting question for you:
Do you want to learn the patterns first or do you want to know just some of the things you can do with the patterns? Hold onto that answer even if you don’t know it consciously yet there is no real reason that both of those can’t happen at the same time, is there?

Over a couple of hours, I wonder how many of the patterns we can explore to a suitable depth of practical application in hypnosis or using a usually unusual learning state to learn patterns in a useful way. It will be nice to see you there to find out.



Facilitator : Nigel Hetherington

Entry Level : Open To All

Places are limited to 24 so book in advance to guarantee your place

Wednesday April 5th

Come join in and explore in a warm, comfortable purpose built training environment.

The Newcastle NLP and Hypnotherapy Practice Group, The Trance Cafe meets at

St Oswalds, Coleman Education Centre, Regent Avenue, Regent Centre, Gosforth. NE3 1EE


tea / coffee & biscuits included
7-9pm for only £10.00 book online now!