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What is Silva Coaching?
Silva Coaching refers to the one-to-one sessions between yourself and the coach, which aim in helping you address specific areas of development and achieve your personal goals.

The coach thus becomes your personal success partner who is there to guide you in obtaining results, in a step by step manner. Advanced Silva Method tools and techniques are employed throught this process.

Your coaching begins with a free initial assessment of your needs and proceeds with designing a program that is totally customized with your personal outcome in mind.

How can i benefit?
Here are some of the things Silva Coaching can help you with:
  • Overcome worry and stress
  • Develop a positive attitude
  • Get rid of negative habits
  • Eliminate Phobias
  • Take control of negative emotions like anger
  • Overcome negative beliefs
  • Improve Sports Performance
  • Stimulate creativity
  • Excel in business
  • Accelate learning/improve grades
  • Present with impact
  • Speak in public with confidence
  • Improve interpesonal relations

What does a typical coaching session include?
A typical session may include some of the following elements:
  • Discussion/dialogue
  • Relaxation exercises
  • Visualisation and Guided Imagery
  • Case studies
  • Videos

Who can take part?
The coaching is open to Silva Graduates who have completed the Basic Lecture Series, or the Silva Life System and Silva Intuition System.
Clients usually include students, business people, artists, athletes, professionals and any other individual who has a genuine interest for self development.

How is coaching conducted?
The coaching is conducted over telephone or Skype at times arranged between you and your coach. You can choose the frequency and length of your sessions depending on your needs.

How much does it cost?
A typical coaching session lasts around 40-45min and costs 80 EUR

How do i book?
Please email us at to schedule your initial assessment and begin your coaching.
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