The Dance of Rapport... Learning the Quick Step of Sub Modalities

This is a joint practice session presented by two NLP organizations: NLP Cafe and Hypnosis/NLP Club.


Date: Monday, 10/06/08
Time: 6:00-8:00 PM

Cost: Free

450 Geary St.
Suite 101 (mezzanine)
San Francisco, CA 94102

Instructor: Larry Mason
Hosts: Paul Hessinger, Sal Dossani, and William Song

Rapport is the Foundation of NLP, Hypnosis and even relationships friendships, Oh yes, and Career Growth.

Our Maps, Our Models can draw people close or create an invisible barrier that can leave us wondering why others are successful and we are not.

When our Models overlap, when we share likes & dislikes on similar topics, we are in Rapport. ... The dance has begun –

Be In Rapport, learn the Strategies, enjoy the Sub Modalities
The Body Mind Connection – are you in Rapport or Out of Control?
Can Learning and Information travel at the speed of light when Rapport is present?
* * * * * Brief list of topics * * * * *
- Knowing when to use Rapport and when not to can be fun…or not
- How Milton Erickson Hypnotized without words
- How to know if your client is in V, A, K, O, or AD {Auditory Digital} and Why should you care?
- How Mutual Influence builds greater bonds and Mutual Success
- How to gain Respect using Rapport with an audience of 10 or 10,000 when speaking at a Seminar
- The Games of “Matching & Mirroring”, “Pace & Lead”, “Who is in charge or Do we care”

* * * * * Bio of the instructor * * * * *
Larry Mason is a Certified Hypnotherapist, NLP Master Practitioner & TLT™ Therapist. Using NLP, Quantum Mechanics and Mathematics, he works will clients that have barriers created in the Past.
Transforming Dreams Into Reality Through Intra Dimensional Clearing


* * * * * To RSVP or for questions * * * * *
To RSVP, click on the button at the top of the screen titled "Register Now."

If you have questions about the topics, contact Larry Mason at

If you have questions about the logistics (i.e., parking, location, etc.), contact Paul Hessinger at


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