“Jenny and The lightning process gave me the tools I needed and restored my hope of recovery. After doing the course I was able to attend my daughter’s sports day sat on a rug outside and a year later I was at the same sports day taking part in the parents egg and spoon, beanbag on your head and a bouncy hopper race!” Rachel, Sheffield

Lightning Process® Face to Face

Lightning Process®

Are you affected by issues like:


Re-occurring pain,
Feeling exhausted no matter how much rest you get,
Wanting a better life but can't find anything that works,
Feeling stressed all the time?

The Lightning Process® is a 3 day training programme and 1 year support package.  It aims to  reset your body’s health systems back to normal by using the well-researched connection that exists between the brain and body. 

The Lightning Process applies well evidenced scientific principles so that you can get back in charge of three very important processes in your body: 

  • The Physical Emergency Response (PER), is the body's fight and flight response.  When we sense a threat powerful changes in the nervous and hormonal systems (including the release of adrenaline) change things like blood flow and muscle strength.  These enable us to run away or fight.  The PER  is designed to operate for short periods.  

  • Allostatic Load When the PER is activated repeatedly by long lasting stresses such as chronic illness, post viral fatigue, relationship issues or work it can create havoc.  It affects our sleep, healing and immune system, digestion, clear thinking and general mood.  Research has found it is associated with chronic health issues including heart disease, diabetes, migraine, asthma, chronic pain and CFS/ME. Reducing allostatic load is considered vital for improving chronic health conditions (Logan & Barksdale, 2008).  The Lightning Process®  teaches you how to spot when the PER is happening and how you can calm this response down, allowing your body to re-balance itself.

  • Neuroplasticity is the extraordinary ability of the brain to change in response to being used differently.  Simply by using new ways of thinking old nerve pathways are switched off and replaced by new, more useful, pathways.  The Lightning Process® will teach you how to use neuroplasticity to break out of any destructive unconscious patterns that are keeping you stuck.  You learn to use new, life and health enhancing patterns instead and bring the body back into a healthy balance.


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Over 3 days you learn the Lightning Process® toolkit, and learn how to put it into practice either face to face or online.

After your training you get a FREE MP3 download to help you to put your training into practice. 

Over the next year you have a support package of 5 hours of phone calls and a free 3 hour follow up seminar either face to face or online.

After your first year paid Lightning Process® support is available:

  • Telephone support/coaching 

  • 2 - 3 hour face to face session plus follow up call

  • 3 hour follow up seminar either face to face or online


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Research

(Selye, H. (1936). A Syndrome produced by Diverse Nocuous Agents. Nature, 138(3479), 32–32. https://doi.org/10.1038/138032a0)) ((Parker, P. (2012). An Introduction to the Lightning Process®: The First Steps to Getting Well. (Sterling, P., & Eyer, J. (1988). Allostasis: A new paradigm to explain arousal pathology. In S. Fisher & J. Reason (Eds.), Handbook of Life Stress, Cognition and Health (1 edition). Chichester ; New York: Wiley.https://www.academia.edu/21182641/Allostasis_a_new_paradigm_to_explain_arousal_pathology)(Ursin, H., & Eriksen, H. R. (2004). The cognitive activation theory of stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 29(5), 567–592. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0306-4530(03)00091-X)(Mattei, J., Demissie, S., Falcon, L. ., Ordovas, J. ., & Tucker, K. (2010). Allostatic load is associated with chronic conditions in the Boston Puerto Rican Health Study. Social Science & Medicine, 70(12), 1988–1996.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20381934)), migraines and pain ((Borsook D, Maleki N, Becerra L, & McEwen B. (2012). Understanding migraine through the lens of maladaptive stress responses: a model disease of allostatic load. Neuron, 73(2), 219–34. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22284178)), asthma ((Bahreinian S, Ball GD, Vander Leek TK, Colman I, McNeil BJ, Becker AB, & Kozyrskyj AL. (2013). Allostatic load biomarkers and asthma in adolescents. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 187(2), 144–52. https://doi.org/10.1164/rccm.201201-0025OC)) and CFS ((Maloney EM, Boneva R, Nater UM, & Reeves WC. (2009). Chronic fatigue syndrome and high allostatic load: results from a population-based case-control study in Georgia. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71(5), 549–56. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19414615) (Komitova, M., Johansson, B., & Eriksson, P. (2006). On neural plasticity, new neurons and the postischemic milieu: An integrated view on experimental rehabilitation. Experimental Neurology Experimental Neurology, 199(1), 42–55.DOI: 10.1016/j.expneurol.2006.03.010)

 

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