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Nico Weeber

Who Am I

I am Nico Weeber. I am 47 years old, married to Hanli and we have 4 beautiful daughters.

I am a fellow Traveller, Wellness Coach, and Sound Healer working towards balance, love, and understanding.

I started my career as a pastor. After many years of listening to and working with people and their lives, I did some more studying and obtained my Master's Degree in Pastoral Therapy. Soon thereafter I qualified as an NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and HNLP (Humanistic Neuro-Linguistic Psychology) Practitioner and Coach.

In 2015 I also qualified as a Sound Healer from the Association of Sound Therapy & Harmonic Studies in Spain.

I combine all of these qualifications and skills when I work with clients.

What I Do

Coaching and Counselling

Relationship Counseling

Grief and Loss Counseling

Life Coaching - Working towards solutions for life’s issues, this may include mindset, goal setting, action plans, creating new habits as well as dealing with unwanted behavior and feelings. It might also be a process of getting to the point where you can do “life” better.

Sound Therapy - If a one-on-one (in person) session is possible, I work with Tuning forks, Singing Bowls and a monochord to assist your body to achieve balance.

It would also be possible for me to record a custom-made sound meditation after a consultation (online). You will then be able to listen to the recording when it suits you and in the comfort and safety of your own home.

A typical session could consist of a consultation (conversation) in which we determine what the issue(s) will be that we would like to address. We would most likely start with the process and also commit to further sessions if needed. If there is any uncertainty from the client as to what it is that needs to be addressed, we will spend some time establishing what it is and how we will proceed. 

Session Fee

R500 per session (60 minutes)

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What is NLP

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) therapy incorporates NLP, a set of language- and sensory-based interventions and behavior-modification techniques intended to help improve the client’s self-awareness, confidence, communication skills, and social actions. The goals of NLP are to help the client understand that the way one views the world affects how one operates in the world, and that it is necessary to change the thoughts and behavior patterns that have not proven beneficial in the past.

NLP is intended to help clients understand their own minds, how they came to think and behave the way they do, and to learn to manage their moods and emotions and reprogram the way they process information so that it leads to more acceptable and successful behavior. At the same time, NLP is designed to help clients see ways they have been successful in the past and determine how they can most easily and efficiently repeat that success in other areas of their lives. NLP therapists believe that their clients have the answers to their problems within themselves; it is simply a matter of helping them draw out those answers.
Taken from Psychology Today https://www.psychologytoday.com/za/therapy-types/neuro-linguistic-programming-therapy

What is Sound Therapy 

sound therapy combines carefully considered therapeutic sound techniques which have been shown to affect physiology, neurology and psychology with a form of reflective enquiry (a kind of questioning). This approach has been shown to be very effective at improving health and wellbeing.

The therapeutic sound and sound therapy techniques are delivered using tonal and rhythmic instruments and voice. The tonal instruments used are Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, gongs and tuning forks. The vocal techniques are toning (the singing of one tone – usually using a vowel sound), overtoning (a technique where more than one tone is sung simultaneously) or mantra (the chanting of Sanskrit words).

A practitioner of Holistic Voice Therapy or Group Voice Therapy may also use ‘Vocal Processing Techniques’ which combine movement, breath and visualisation as well as voice. A therapeutic rhythm treatment/session is given using frame drum and therapeutic percussion comprises rainsticks, shakers, chimes and other percussion tools delivered in a specific order to maximise the therapeutic process.

Information gathered over the last 20 years has informed us that certain instruments seem to effect a person in different ways. This information is used by a BAST trained therapist to create a treatment specific to their client’s symptomatic state and their intention for the treatment – a relaxing treatment would be very different from an energising treatment for example. If a client had muscle tension Himalayan bowls may be placed on the body and played in a specific way – whereas if a client was in chronic pain a gong or crystal bowl may be used. At BAST we specialise in combining instruments in a specific way to influence brainwave frequencies, enabling a person to enter an altered state of consciousness (ASC) similar to very deep relaxation or meditation

Taken from the British Academy of Sound Therapy https://www.britishacademyofsoundtherapy.com/what-is-sound-therapy/