Free Sessions

The Liminal Lounge: on-line group sessions

Experience a Liminal Coaching guided relaxation session from the comfort of your favorite chair.

Typical themes would be: stress reduction, calmness, utilizing liminal thinking and balancing intuition with logic.

the details

Location: Video Conference
When: Every second Wednesday
Cost: Free
Duration: 1/2 hour guided session followed by Q&A

 

Ready to go to the next level?

Liminal Coaching is an innovative combination of proven techniques, continuously refined with the latest scientific research.

Sign up for your free one to one initial coaching session:

  • Gain a full understanding of the methods and the science behind liminal thinking and coaching
  • Identify your current anxiety levels and some of your triggers (if any)
  • Explore the improvements and outcomes you are looking to achieve
  • Get access to a liminal, optimized recording for your phone that you can listen to when you go to sleep.

Private sessions are generally 45 minutes and take place using a secure video conferencing platform so you can join from anywhere you can grab a quiet room and a comfortable chair.

 

About Mike Parker

Mike Parker has over 30 years of experience in global systems and over 10 years helping clients to innovate, overcome challenges and improve performance across a wide range of business domains.

He is as comfortable at the director level in a global consulting company as he is sitting in the chair across from you and helping you overcome your blocks and anxieties through proven coaching and guided relaxation techniques.

Mike’s interests are deep and broad, ranging across psychology, anthropology, philosophy, math, business, music and economic systems. All of this is supplemented by culture studies and a life devoted to Systems Thinking. Mike has an MBA in innovation, finance and strategy and has supplemented this with further post-graduate studies in Systems Thinking and Governance. He is a qualified Solutions Focused Therapist and a Research Fellow at the Schumacher Institute.