- Lightning Process (10)
Claim your place at this free Lightning Process taster talk and you will discover:
-What is the Lightning Process
-How does it work
-Is it right for me and what I want to change
-How much does it cost
-An opportunity to ask any questions you have
Research finds that combining the Lightning Process with Specialist Medical Care, for CFS/ME, is more effective than Specialist Medical Care alone
‘A study investigating the effectiveness of The Lightning Process® programme to treat children with mild or moderate CFS or ME finds symptoms improve.’ reports the University of Bristol.
The results from a study by University of Bristol has been published in the Journal of Archives of Disease in Childhood: Clinical and cost-effectiveness of the Lightning Process in addition to Specialist Medical care for pediatric Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: randomized controlled trial). It concludes stating ‘The Lightning Process is effective and is probably cost-effective when provided in addition to specialist medical care for mild/moderately affected adolescents with CFS/ME.’
The designer of the Lightning Process® Phil Parker talks about this unique training programme and how he came to design it. The book ‘An Introduction to The Lightning Process®’ is published through Hay House Publishers and is available on Amazon.
A new training approach called The Lightning Process is getting some very promising results with MS and helping many others.
The Lightning Process And MS Phil Parker says one of the first things he noticed when he started looking at MS was that the multiple lesions remain relatively unchanged during relapses and remissions. He felt that these lesions couldn’t be the only factors involved in determining the way MS expressed itself; there had to be other factors at work.
Mary King, said: “Although I am usually very sceptical about alternative approaches, I was attracted to the Lightning Process by the high-proﬁle names whose families have beneﬁted from it, such as Austin Healey and Esther Rantzen.
I couldn’t let ME waltz off with my life
As the choreographer for Strictly Come Dancing, Christ Marques needed to be physically on top form. What the BBC didn’t know was at the same time as training celebrities he was suffering from a debilitating disease ME, a secret he kept for a decade. Health editor LUCY JOHNSTON hears about his struggle with the condition and miraculous recovery…