Kathryn Hansen recovered from bulimia in 2005; and since then, she has been dedicated to educating and empowering women and men who struggle with all forms of binge eating. She is the author of Brain over Binge (2011) and the Brain over Binge Recovery Guide (2016), and she hosts the Brain over Binge Podcast…
Ross Jeffries (AKA Paul Ross) is an author, speaker, trainer, Master Hypnotist, and Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
For the past 30 years, he’s taught tens of thousands of people the power of language to persuade, sell, heal, turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones, and pain into passion.
His speeches and trainings have motivated audiences around the world to discover their power to design their own results…
Alan is an experienced changeworker with over a decade of real world client experience. He brings together Life Coaching protocols, NLP, IEMT, Strategic Provocation, Hypnosis, Common sense, Mindfulness, Humour, and whatever else he has that can help someone move forwards.
With 125 trained instructors across 30 countries, Patrick McKeown, Author of the “Oxygen Advantage” is recognised as a foremost authority in breathing for exercise performance and sleep. To date, Patrick has worked with elite military Special Forces, SWAT, as well as Olympic coaches and athletes.
His latest book, The Oxygen Advantage (published in fourteen languages), combines specially formulated techniques to reduce breathlessness during physical exercise, increase oxygen delivery to the brain, improve sleep, concentration and to remain focused under stress.
With 125 trained instructors across 30 countries, Oxygen Advantage is recognised as a foremost authority in breathing for exercise performance and sleep. To date, Patrick has worked with elite military Special Forces, SWAT, as well as Olympic coaches and athletes.
Born in Leeds, Daniel attended schools in the city. He later went to university in Leeds, graduating in Psychology.
His first career, though, was as a professional boxer until an injury forced him to quit. His professional opponents included current World Lightweight Champion Terry Flanagan as well fellow ‘Leeds Warrior’ and current World Featherweight World Champion Josh Warrington.
After he quit the ring, he gave up all exercise for a while, developed a taste for pizza and piled on the weight – more than four stone in fewer than six months. So he knows, first-hand, how easy it is to let the poundage build up.