Mark has over 10,000 hours facilitation experience, is a third generation teacher. He has has worked in over 25 countries and with clients as diverse as L’Oréal, Unilever, Ikea, Virgin Atlantic, The Army of Sierra Leone, The Met Police, Occupy, The House of Lords, with ex IRA members, LGBTQ Moscow, Oxfam, Save The Children and Occupy. He founded the online course Purpose Black Belt, as well as Embodied Yoga Principles and The Embodied Facilitator Course. He’s an aikido black belt and is particularly known for “embodied” methods and also hosts a Youtube Channel with over 11 million hits.
James Tsakalos is an internationally acclaimed NLP Trainer and innovator who has been busy exploring, teaching, and pushing the boundaries of NLP for nearly twenty years.
One of the few genuine innovators in the field of NLP today, James is particularly well known for his work as the modeler and developer of ‘Spiral Somatics’: a ground breaking method of reading the subtle physiological indicators of fundamental values, attitudes and core beliefs.
An accomplished specialist in the art of modeling expertise, and notorious both for his uncompromisingly rigorous standards and for going far beyond the limits of what is typically taught on most NLP courses, James is regarded by several well-known NLP experts around the world as one of the best NLP trainers on the planet – a “trainer’s trainer” in the NLP game.
Although based in Australia, James is regularly asked to teach in the UK, US, Asia and continental Europe. Closer to home, he teaches NLP and its applications in both life and business in his home city of Melbourne, and continues to mentor some of Australia’s best NLP trainers.
Alex MacLellan is an Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) practitioner and anxiety coach. Having struggled with social anxiety for much of his formative life he managed to overcome this issue after seeing an IEMT practitioner.
In 2010 he began working as a coach for people with social anxiety, training them in the practical techniques he used and benefitted from. Finally, he decided to train in the form of change work that helped him so much, IEMT.
Currently, he runs Practical Anxiety Solutions and is dedicated to bringing lasting change in a short amount of time to his clients by first addressing their anxieties and negative beliefs with IEMT before equipping them with information and techniques to safeguard themselves for the future and change their habits for the better.
He also is on a mission to debunk many bad practices, beliefs and scams present in the self-development industry.
Judy Rees is known worldwide as a practical implementer of an inquiry methodology called Clean Language, and is the co-author of the bestselling book on the topic, “Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds”.
She’s used Clean Language with individuals, groups and organisations all over the world to help them to change quickly – and in a way that ensures that the changes fit perfectly, so that they stay changed. She also teaches practical Clean Language skills, online and in in-person workshops. Recently she co-hosted Clean Language For Hypnotists with James Tripp.
A former journalist and media executive, Judy is based in London, UK.
Christine Black is the lead consultant at the Wellbeing Portal. As a qualified health professional, experienced to Operations Director in a major healthcare company as well as Cognitive Hypnotherapist and NLP Master Practitioner, she is experienced in making personal and professional change happen – and doing it quickly.
She also spent a significant period as a regular monthly guest speaker on BBC Radio’s ‘Ask The Expert’ and also runs her own wellbeing centre called The Changing Room.
Christine says “I am passionate about helping people achieve their personal and professional goals. It’s a serious business but I like to have fun at work which is part and parcel of how I deliver my workshops.”
Christine works alongside associates throughout the UK to deliver the results that keeps us all in flow.
Matt Kendall is an accidental therapist. After setting up his own businesses he met a hypnotherapist at a networking event who he later went on to have sessions with.
The hypnotherapist saw something in Matt and convinced him to go and train himself.
Matt went and trained with a variety of people and organisations and then specialised in helping people with social anxiety.
After moving to London in 2009 he came across a technique called IEMT. He was fascinated by this new approach to working with clients and helped to get results where previous positive outcomes were seemingly impossible.
Matt is now a certified trainer of IEMT and lectures on the subject on a regular basis. He holds training courses several times per year and works with private clients.