Just like all the important events in my lifetime, I clearly remember when and where I was when I first heard of Neurolanguage Coaching. I was sitting in the garden of a windmill I was staying in just outside of Lisbon when something popped up on Facebook. Curious, I watched a recording of a webinar by Rachel, which…… *** Please Login To View ***

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  • Lisa Jayne Wood

    My name is Lisa. I’ve been teaching since 1997 when I graduated with a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE.) Since completing the Cambridge RSA/Celta certificate in 1999, I’ve taught general and business English to both children and adults in Spain, Portugal, Egypt and Hong Kong. In 2019 I became a Neurolanguage Coach® and started a new professional adventure.I am passionate about helping young people develop the skills and confidence they need to speak English more effectively and break down communication and cultural barriers. I believe that, giventhe status of English as a lingua franca, and our increasingly connected, global society, communicating effectively in English and demonstrating empathy and tolerance towards other cultures is essential to be successful 21st century citizens. When I haven’t got my work head on, you will find me reading, on the sofa with my feet up watching a good film, enjoying nature with my family and my dog, trying to keep up my new “hobby” running or doing yoga...