Wingwave® Coaching is a new short-term neuropsychological coaching concept that combines several extremely effective and well-proven coaching techniques to achieve immediate, profound and long-lasting changes. This innovative research-based method is the preferred technique for addressing all areas of life that are connected with stressful memories of past experiences and/or unhelpful emotions regarding future events that impact on client’s sense of wellbeing and accomplishment.
The effects of Wingwave® Coaching are very measurable and the complete success in resolving mental blocks, stuck emotional conflicts and unwanted behaviours is usually achieved within just a few (1 – 3) coaching sessions.
How Does It Work?
Wingwave® Coaching is based on science and common sense, taking into account how our brain works and processes information as well as how the unprocessed experiences continue to influence our sense of wellbeing and our performance.
The metaphor hiding behind the name Wingwave® comes from Edward N. Lorenz’s theory of chaos which claims that the blink of a butterfly’s wing can generate a hurricane on the other side of the globe. In wingwave we have a parallel with this theory, as slight impulses generated by eye movements can significantly move the tide of one’s senses further on, causing a positive change of behaviour.
The Wingwave® technique combines:
- Bilateral hemisphere stimulation, through “awake” Rapid Eye Movement (REM) induction with auditory or tactile left-right input
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
- Kinesiology - muscle response (myostatic) test to evaluate the effectiveness of the process
Unlike other coaching and therapy methods, Wingwave® does not require the client to perform an 'emotional striptease' by discussing or analysing their problems; instead, the negative emotions that need to be targeted by the intervention are detected in an unobtrusive manner using the myostatic test. This is why Wingwave® Coaching is particularly useful when working with clients suffering from the post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), including the victims of trauma and abuse, as well as those suffering from anxiety, phobias and panic disorder (PD).