Lightning Process Seminar

Face to Face Seminars

Normally all of our Lightning Process seminars are run in person at our London Clinic.  They take place over 3 consecutive half days.  The times of these seminars vary so please check the start time of your chosen seminar.  The length of the course will depend on the needs of the clients/group, but it is usually between 3-5 hours per day.

There will be regular breaks and a selection of hot drinks, water, fruit and snacks are provided.  You are welcome to bring lunch with you if required.

You can find a map, directions to our clinic and information about local amenities here…

Once you have completed the application form and spoken to your chosen practitioner who has confirmed your place on a course, they will send you full details with everything you need to know ahead of coming along.

Online Seminars

Recently we have developed a way for the seminar to be undertaken online.  The course is run in this same way, over 3 consecutive days – each session lasting about 3-5 hours.  The seminar will take place using Zoom; the practitioner will show you how to use the software (which is free to use) and help you practice using it in a pre-course call.

To take the course this way you will need:

  • Access to the internet
  • Use of a printer – to print out the handouts and key resources you will need to use during the seminar (you will be sent these before the course) 
  • An empty space to move around in, approx 4ft by 4 ft (1.2 sqm)
  • A computer with a webcam, most modern ones have this built-in, and a well-lit room so the practitioner can see you clearly during the seminar
  • A space where you won’t be disturbed so you can concentrate on the training

Is there a difference between online and face to face seminars?

It’s important to us that you receive the same benefits of the LP independent of taking it online or face to face.  The course content and tools that you will learn during the training are exactly the same, although the delivery is different depending on the format that you choose.  We have found that both options create the same opportunities for making changes to your health and wellbeing. 

We recognise that not everyone likes working with technology and if this is the case for you, you may wish to wait until you can attend a face to face seminar.  It’s important that you feel comfortable taking the training and choose the best delivery method for your learning style.