"Weight Loss - A Neurolinguistic Perspective" has been one of my most popular workshops. Contained in this online video-based program is all the material from these workshops.
Weight loss and slimming. The premise of this work is that for so many clients with weight issues, it quickly becomes obvious that the issue is not the food. The issue is how people think, feel and make decisions. The other thing that is quickly so obvious is that it is rarely the individual's fault about their weight problem. We live in an information age of abundance and the constant cultural push to consume more and more is ever present.
Some individuals are more susceptible to this information push than others but this can be remedied. This is the main message of the material in this unique program.
"Andrew has a truly unique way of looking at all weight issues. The whole day was extremely thought provoking and unlike anything I had previously heard about weight, an excess the which I have carried for the whole of my adult life. Ideas around how people process information & consequentially food were belief shattering. I shall be forever grateful for Andrew putting on this event and sharing his insight with me and "if the proof is in the pudding" I have lost over a stone by doing absolutely nothing accept paying attention and considering the information shared with us on the wonderful life changing day. Thank you Andrew, please run many more, the world needs you!!" Erica - NLP trainer, coach & therapist.
"I’ve just attended a one-day One Day Weight Loss Workshop with Andy Austin. What fun! His direct and humorous style of communication had me totally absorbed. The course was insightful, informative and very, very useful. The timing couldn’t have been better as my first Sounds Positive Weight Loss Group Workshop starts this week in Henley on Thames. As a result of what I learned I’ve restructured my workshop content to include the material Andy gave us. I couldn’t recommend this course more highly." Lysette Offley, Hypnotherapist and Coach
"I have followed the work of Andrew Austin for a number of years now. He is utterly engaging as a speaker and trainer, and will often challenge perceptions you might have with his often controversial style. What I like about training with Andy is that he has real world experience from his private practice, not just uber-compliant course delegates, and will do whatever he needs to do in order to help people change. His time in Neurosurgery and pragmatic commitment to excellence have given Andrew a unique take on therapy and change. I also like the way he inoculates against some of the barmier therapies with a dose of common sense. I have trained with Andrew on several occasions, He is massively congruent in what he does, as he has worked with some really extreme cases therapeutically, His trainings represent extremely good value, and have personally revolutionised my private practise. Anyone who is interested in personal development, therapy or coaching should train with him." Alan Whitton, Hypnotherapist and Trainer
Having worked with enough clients all reporting the same problems it has been possible to start to distill the patterns that they often have in common. This was then the basis of the workshops which enabled me to field test the data and gather better feedback on the processes.
"Slimming in my Attic" won't show you anything about calories or dieting or how to lose weight effortlessly. You probably already know a lot about that, have spent the money, bought the expensive herbal pills and hardly used that discounted gym membership. But this program will show you what to do about the psychological and emotional differences to better enable to think and reason like a thinner version of you.
I can offer you no guarantees at all. But I am certain that unless you have attended my trainings on this subject before (or bought the previous product) then most of the material here will be new to you.
Recording of the entire workshop delivered in Bangalore, India to 45 nutritionists, therapists, doctors and clients.