6th & 7th June 2020 – Sudbury Therapy Rooms
The Elman family are coming to the UK for the last time and I have the honour of hosting them in England on the 6th and 7th of June 2020.
This page is here to provide all the details of the England event and any information resources delegates may need to make their weekend as easy as possible.
Anyone who has read Dave Elman’s book Hypnotherapy (a.k.a. The Green Hypnosis Bible) will know the mastery of hypnosis legend Dave Elman. This weekend brings the book to life in the way only an Elman could.
Over the course of the two days, Larry Elman (son of Dave Elman) and Cheryl Elman will provide the opportunity to observe, examine, dissect and practice many of the techniques discussed in the book.
Larry and Cheryl will also add further detail not included in the book, further clarity on Dave Elman’s philosophy and reasoning on these ideas, as well as personal anecdotes about the man himself.
With plenty of opportunities to ask questions and get to know the Elman’s in person, this is an opportunity not to be missed.
The price for the weekend training in The Best Practices of Dave Elman with Larry and Cheryl Elman is £395.
Tickets are secured by paying a £50 deposit (link below) with the balance to be paid no later than one month before the event.
The weekend will be hosted at my therapy rooms in Sudbury, about an hour north of London.
The full address is :
Sudbury Therapy Rooms
Chilton Industrial Estate
Directions – from the A134 (Northern Road) turn onto Addison road. Follow this to the end where it bears right and becomes Byford Road.
Follow Byford Road to to the end. We are one of the last buildings on the left, between Cooper & Kelling and Barret Lee, in front of Maple Builders.
Parking – We have 2 parking spaces on site and on-street parking in the immediate surrounding area
Sudbury Town Taxis can be contacted on 01787 377366
Buses (Town) We are a 25-minute walk from the main bus station in Sudbury.
Buses (Local Stop) We are a 5-minute walk from the Chilton Industrial Estate stop on routes 700, 751, 752 and 757
From London by Train London, Liverpool Street(LST) to Sudbury Train Station(SUY), Suffolk.
Starting at Liverpool Street Station* catch the train to Colchester or to Norwich via Colchester.
The last stop before Colchester is Marks Tey. Change at Marks Tey for the Sudbury Line.
The train from Marks Tey to Sudbury is a shuttle service with several stops but no changes or diversions, so just stay on this train until you reach Sudbury
Sudbury station is at the edge of the town centre. and it will take approximately 25 minutes to walk from there to us. Sudbury Town Taxis can be contacted on 01787 377366.
The journey is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
NOTE: When catching the train at Liverpool Street, be sure to catch one that stops at Marks Tey – Not all of them do!!
*Liverpool Street is one of the main overground connections into London and is also reached from the London Underground on the Central Line, Hammersmith & City line, Circle Line and the Metropolitan Line
Hotels & accommodation
There are a number of good affordable hotels in Sudbury. The 3 that I have been telling people about are :
The Mill Hotel – My favourite place. Excellent facilities and food, I go here for food or social drinks from time to time. It can be a little on the expensive side but you can also get an amazing deal on rooms if you search (see below) – I’ve seen them as low as £40 per night!
If you can get a room with a view of the meadows then you will be in for a treat – these meadows were painted by Constable and Gainsborough!
The Black Boy – Recently refurbished and under new management, it’s always had a good reputation and I’m told it is just as good now, although I haven’t been there since the new people took over.
This hotel is referenced in Charles Dickens’ The Pickwick Papers as the place where local politicians would sit and hand bribes out of the window to buy votes. The alleyway with the window is still there, although the politicians are a little more discreet these days…
Hill Lodge – I’ve never been there myself but I know people who speak highly of it. Definitely the best value if you aren’t getting a super deal at one of the others.
Hotel booking via Trivago here (You’ll get a better deal on Trivago) -There are other local hotels listed on Trivago and I can’t see any that I would avoid, but if you’re unsure call me and I can tell you what I know.