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Our Mission

Our mission is to join with others to create a healthier, happier world for all of us. When we heal and transform ourselves, and learn to communicate more effectively, we not only become happier and more successful, we also become resources to our families, friends, communities, and the world.


Overcome stuck states and reach your goals. Dissolve trauma and heal the scars of the past. Discover your true self, improve your relationships, and become the person you want to be.


Get specific personal change techniques and effective communication skills to be effective with friends, family, clients and colleagues.


Flexibility at your fingertips. Choose the methods that suit how you learn best: live in-person training, live online training, self-paced video courses, audio, books, and one-on-one coaching.

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Meet Our Trainers

The Andreas NLP Training Team consists of a dynamic group of thought leaders in NLP. If they are not the direct developers (and most are), the Trainers are well-versed in the nuances and applications of the material, through their experiences teaching internationally, working with diverse clients, and actively contributing to the evolving field of NLP.

Here's What You'll Learn In
Wholeness Level IV

 Connirae will draw upon her experience with herself and clients to add the next level of potent material to help you go farther with the Wholeness Work. We’ll explore…

Here's What You'll Learn In
Wholeness Level III

Here's What You'll Learn In
Wholeness Level II

Helping clients improve their communication can make a big difference in their relationships with family and friends, and/or in becoming more successful in their career.
You can help them improve communication by…
  • Teaching communication skills — How to express what you want, in a way that the other person is more likely to hear you and respond positively.
  • Developing the ability to understand others, and
  • Transforming or resolving emotional “hot buttons,” to feel more resourceful and less emotionally reactive.