If you are not succeeding the way you’d like or taking action to achieve success in one or more areas of your life then Perceptioneering training for you!

Scott McFall is a Master Hypnotist who is a 30 year legend in the hypnosis industry.  Over his extensive career Scott has helped thousands of people transform their lives and achieve their goals. He will be making a special guest appearance in Guelph this May that you do not want to miss.

Scott McFall at Guelph Hypnosis Works

This your opportunity to transform yourself and expand your possibilities.

“I was feeling stressed and overwhelmed. This training opened up the possibilities for myself and my relationships.
Danielle Lebon, Massage Therapist

This training is great for anyone who wants to improve themselves, their relationships and achieve greater success.

If you are a professional that works with people whether it be in sales, as a manager, a health care practitioner or teacher then you don’t want to miss this opportunity.  Bring your career to the next level and learn from the master.

Perceptioneering training will provide you the opportunity to:

  • Step out of unresourceful ways of seeing things
  • See yourself, others and situations with more clarity
  • Engage your imagination to help you succeed
  • Become more rational about yourself
  • Remain focused on your goals and consistently take action to achieve them
  • Improve your communication skills both personally and professionally
  • Improve the quality of your relationships

When:  Friday May 3rd – Monday May 6th, 2019  9am – 5pm

Where:  Fairfield Inn & Suites, 35 Cowan Place, Guelph, ON

Early Bird Rate: $777 until April 5, 2019 (save $200)

Space is limited to maximize student learning.

Register now!  

Call 519-265-2989 to register.

Admission Requirements:  Students are required to complete an application and attend an interview (in-person or by phone).  All students must be at least 18 years of age and have completed secondary education or equivalent.

We do not offer refunds for missed training.