Basic Workshop London (England) UK

 

Dear friend,

Thank you for your interest in the London Basic workshop. It’s looking positive that this workshop will go ahead, which is great news. However, as nothing is guaranteed at the moment, please read the note directly below, in bold –

NB// Please contact me at before booking a place at this workshop. I’m currently taking names and then, once I know whether the workshop can run or not, I will be in touch with the updates and the booking system on my website will be opened. By letting me know you would like to attend this workshop  a space will automatically reserved for you, dependent on it selling out.

Below you will find all of the information you need regarding the Basic workshop, such as logistics, timing, directions, accommodation etc.

Following this, you will find a breakdown of what will be covered at the workshop over the three days. There is quite a lot of information here, so please read it carefully.

If you have any questions at all prior to the workshop, don’t hesitate to ask by emailing the email address above and to see all of my 2021 dates, please visit my website https://yearning4learning.co.uk

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Hugs

Cazzie

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Workshop Info

Cost: The price of the Basic workshop will be kept at the early bird price of £535 throughout 2021

The workshop runs

9.00am – 6.00pm Friday and Saturday

9.00am – 4.30pm/5.00pm on Sunday.

Lunch breaks occur around 12.30/1.00pm and are for 75 minutes. You are welcome to bring your own lunch to eat or you can choose from one of the options available on the university campus. The eateries on campus do close around 5pm for those who are staying on site. There is a Little Waitrose and Co-op a 15 minute walk away and Asda’s is a bit further. Water and hot drinks will be provided during the breaks, although I do recommend bringing your own bottle of water to stay hydrated throughout the workshop. Dress is casual and comfortable. Please bring a sweater if you have a tendency to get cold as temperatures may vary through the day.

While you will receive a folder to take home with everything you need, most people find it valuable to bring a pen and paper to take a few notes. 

The PSYCH-K® Basic Workshop will be held at: 

Elm Grove Conference Centre

Roehampton University

Roehampton Lane

London

SW15 5PH

United Kingdom

Tel: 020 8392 3505

Email: roehamptonvenues.co.uk

Web: https://roehamptonvenues.co.uk

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Accommodation – Please wait until the workshop is confirmed before booking a room

There are bedrooms located in the same building as the training rooms. Reception closes around 5pm and you will be given a phone number, should you need anything and there is someone at the security desk near the main entrance 24/7. Please note, breakfast isn’t provided but you should be able to eat on campus.

To book a room, please click on this link and fill in the form 

https://www.roehamptonvenues.co.uk/accommodation/

From the website – 

“Our Elm Grove Conference Centre has 31 en-suite rooms available to book all year round. Staying at Elm Grove offers guests ease of access into central London or to local attractions such as Richmond Park, the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, Wimbledon Tennis courts and Museum as well as the London Wetland Centre in Barnes. All bedrooms are en-suite with tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, television, iron and ironing board and complementary wifi. Bedrooms starting from £79 including VAT room only per night”.

Alternative accommodation

There is a Premier Inn near Putney Bridge station. Booking.com and Airbnb are also other options and you can search for accommodation near Roehampton Lane.

Getting there

National rail 

  • Southwest Trains service from London Waterloo to Barnes.
    Southwest Trains service from Clapham Junction to Barnes.
    Please visit National Rail Enquiries for arrival and departure times.
    Please note that Elm Grove is a 15 minute walk from Barnes train station or if you prefer : 
  • Take a bus by exiting the station and crossing over the bridge signposted towards Roehampton. The 265 bus stop is on the left hand side of the road.
    Alight at Roehampton University Main Entrance bus stop; walk up towards the traffic lights, cross over the road. The main gate is straight in front of you.
    Enter through the gate and Elm Grove welcome centre/ reception is in front of you and slightly to the left.
    Please go to the welcome centre/reception where a member of the conference team can direct you further.
    Alternatively, taxis are available at Barnes rail station situated in the station car park. 
  • Nearest London Underground station 
  • Putney Bridge (District line towards Wimbledon)
    Then take the 265 bus towards Tolworth. The 265 bus stop is outside the station and takes approx 20 mins to get to Roehampton. Alight at Roehampton University Main Entrance bus stop; walk up towards the traffic lights, cross over the road. The main gate is straight in front of you.
    Enter through the gate and Elm Grove welcome centre/ reception is in front of you and slightly to the left.
    Please go to the welcome centre/reception where a member of the conference team can direct you further.Taxi services are available from this station.

Travelling  by car 

From central London 

• A3 south from London 

• Turn right on to Roehampton Lane A308 

• Follow Roehampton Lane for one mile, after Clarence Lane on the left take the second left. After entering through the main gates, Elm Grove is situated slightly to the left. 

By car from the North 

• M1 south to junction 6A (M25 direction Heathrow) 

• M40 south to junction 1A (M25 direction Heathrow) 

• M4 east to junction 4B (M25 direction Gatwick) 

• M25 to junction 10 (A3 direction London) 

• A3 towards London for approximately 14 miles then turn left on Roehampton Lane A308 

• Follow Roehampton Lane for one mile, after Clarence Lane on the left, take the second left. After entering through the main gates, Elm Grove is situated slightly to the left. 

From the South 

• M23 north to junction 6A (M25 direction Heathrow) 

• M3 north to junction 2 (M25 direction Gatwick) 

• M25 to junction 10 (A3 direction London) 

• A3 towards London for approximately 14 miles then turn left on Roehampton Lane A308 

• Follow Roehampton Lane for one mile, after Clarence Lane on the left, take the second left. After entering through the main gates, Elm Grove is situated slightly to the left. 

Parking

Parking is free. Please contact the conference team at regarding parking on site as parking must be pre booked.

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  • Start time 9.00am each day. 
  • Finish time 6.00pm Friday and Saturday and 4.30/5.00pm Sunday. 
  • Hot drinks will be available in the morning and afternoon breaks. 
  • When you enter the university campus through the main gates, the conference centre is on the left hand side just past the security office. There should be someone to meet you, to take you to the training room and the security officer will be able to tell you where to go too. 
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What is covered at the 3 day Basic Workshop –

Day 1
Beliefs: where they come from and how they affect us in our daily life. I will show you my Belief Cycle, so that you can really understand the impact our subconscious beliefs have on our daily lives.

– Three levels of the mind and how we work with each level to make successful, long lasting change in our lives.

– The brain – understanding the basics of split brained research and what it means to be whole brained. We will look at the importance of being whole brained when making effective change in our lives.

– What is a PSYCH-K®  Balance and more about PSYCH-K® .

– Muscle Testing: how to communicate directly with our superconscious and subconscious minds.

– Two PSYCH-K Balances: the processes that can be used to change limiting beliefs in the subconscious mind into juicy self enhancing beliefs.
 

Day 2
– Create your very own personal well formed Goal Statements that will help you have the life experiences you want and desire.

– VAK To The Future – clarification for the subconscious mind. Sometimes, a Goal Statement might be too abstract for the subconscious mind to process. You will learn how to interpret the statement in language that the subconscious understands: visual, auditory and kinaesthetic.

–  Different categories with 77 example Goal Statements in each category, covering the areas of Relationships; Personal Power; Self esteem; Prosperity; Grief and Loss; Spirituality and Health and Body and how to use them.

– Secondary Gain: Have you ever tried really hard to change a behaviour or experience in your life, but you just seem to keep getting stuck? Here, we will look at the possibility of secondary gains, whereby the subconscious need to stay in the behaviour or experience outweighs the conscious desire to change and we will look at how to overcome this.

– Transform the Perception of a Stressful Situation – transform the perception of any stressful experience, emotion, phobia or trauma in your life, past, present or future, so there is no more emotional charge when you think about the experience.

– Self testing: you will learn self muscle testing techniques to help you use the PSYCH-K® Balances with yourself, when you are on your own.

– Principles and philosophies of PSYCH-K®

Day 3

– Use PSYCH-K® in Your Daily Life: how to get from where you are now, to where you want to be in the simplest and most effective way. This is where we bring together everything that you have learned so far. There will be a practice session, giving you the confidence to use the PSYCH-K® process with yourself and others once you leave the workshop.

– Principles of Nature – 33 statements that have been inspired by Bruce Lipton’s work on nature and what we can learn from her.

– The PSYCH-K® GaiaProject.
– Where you can go from here.
– Affirmations of completion and close of workshop.

I look forward to meting you at the workshop for a fun three days of learning and transformation.

Hugs and love

Cazzie

ABOUT CAZZIE 

My business, Yearning4Learning, was established with the intention that every individual has the ability to achieve their goals, whether they be physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. I spent many years studying the physical therapies, such as massage, Indian Head Massage and Refeloxology (which I love), but it’s the human mind and behaviour that has really interested me since my teenage years.

In 2005, I found what I had been searching for – a process that allowed change to happen quickly and simply and with tangible results –PSYCH-K®. After completing the workshops and experiencing amazing changes in my own life, due to consistently using the process (and not giving up!), I trained to become a certified PSYCH-K® Instructor in 2007 and I’ve never looked back.

My passion lies in all things to do with consciousness and bridging the gap between science and spirituality. I live in Cardiff with my daughter and I’m passionate about dancing, singing (to myself) and making vision boards to help manifest my own personal goals. I love to travel and experience new things in life and meeting new people too.

My intention is to always create a fun and safe environment at each workshop. I love the saying “Enter as strangers, leave as friends’ and I especially love seeing this happen at every workshop.

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