Practitioner Feedback

“Angela provides a high standard of training, which is good value for money and fun. Learning is thought provoking, interactive and life changing. The course has improved my communication skills and as a result has enabled me to have a better relationship with my family, work colleagues and clients. It has given me a whole raft of problem-solving tools that again can be used on a personal or professional level. It has given me the confidence to believe that “I can and I will” rather than “I may and I might”. As a result I have just embarked on a new business venture that will lead to me meeting new people and being able to share these skills and learnings with them to enable them to make a difference in their lives. I highly advise giving one of her courses a go. You have nothing to lose and so much to gain.” – Alison Thompson Pilates

“Angela is wise, experienced and inspirational. She not only teaches her craft meticulously but provokes her students to exceed their personal boundaries, to gain deeper insights, broader horizons and greater self-awareness. I cannot think of any higher accolade than to say Angela has opened my eyes to possibilities way beyond my ken and has achieved this in such a way that I cannot wait to continue under her guidance to the next level of my development” – Alastair Behennna

“Angela’s beliefs and commitment are reflected in the thoughtful way she presents the course and how she relates to individuals and the group as a whole” – Patrick Madden

“A belief in excellence, a belief that anything is possible, if you really want it, sums up my experience of the hugely talented NLP Master practitioner and trainer, Angela Watson.  Angela’s belief that people have all the resources they need to enable greatness to flourish was a constant source of energy and positivity, to me, throughout the entire experience. I believe that Angela embraces this in her own attitude to life, sharing and inspiring others… For me it was an inspiring journey of discovery learning more about being me and being me with others.” -Marion Smith