About Mark Zyga

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Mark Zyga with Tibetan Monks Mark's intuitive style of work/play combines the best of Old World, Eastern and Western Philosophy’s. He brings together work in Shamanic Studies, Taoism, Yoga, Tantra, Hinduism and Western disciplines of Hypnotherapy, NLP, Guided Imagery, Nutritional Counseling, Wellness coaching and Psychology. With a simple three step process, he teaches how get closer to what you want out of life. View Video

Some of Mark's methodology is outlined in his ground breaking book - "The Core Question" - "Who Am I", where he outlines the three simple steps of "Stepping into Awareness", "The Art of Understanding How I Think" and "Manifesting What I Want"

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Mark is a Certified as a Hypnotherapist, receiving training at the Hypnosis Motivation Institute. He specializes in Loss and grieving issues using Identity Integration Counseling with Solution Focused Techniques.

Mr. Zyga is also a Certified NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Practitioner, Certified Therapeutic Imagery Facilitator, Nutrition counseling and additionally trained as a Reiki Master as well.

His background includes 20 years of solving problems and implementing solutions for over 15 Fortune 100 companies in locations around the country. Mark has also taught at Purdue University, NYU and Parsons School of Design in New York City as well as teaching accreditations in Yoga and Sailing. He has a private practice in Sedona as well as lecturing and teaching seminars around the country.

 
 
Core Question
Mark's revealing book on personal growth!
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Workshop/Seminar Testimonials
I wish the workshop had been even longer ! It was very interesting to look at my handwriting with Mark's insight. It has also helped me to look at some of my students' handwriting in a different perspective.Mark was very personable and made me feel very comfortable.
Kate C. - Teacher,
 
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If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.
Jim Rohn