Thanks for checking out our quit smoking Melbourne seminars; choosing to quit smoking is one of the best decisions you can make to live a happier, healthier life.
You might be surprised to learn that your physical addiction to nicotine is only a small part of the problem; the main issue and the reasons you continue to smoke are psychological. This requires a solution that addresses the psychological aspect and that's where Allen Carr's Easyway comes in.
Allen Carr's Easyway is different. No scare tactics or horrible images and none of the grim stuff; just a refreshingly different approach to quitting smoking that will change how you feel about it forever. Money back guaranteed.
So what happens at an Allen Carr seminar?
Prior to your seminar you’ll be asked to complete a short questionnaire so that we have an understanding of your smoking/quitting history. You can do this whilst having a tea/coffee/cigarette if you want to!
Don’t worry if you feel a bit nervous; most people do, but usually leave 5-6 hours later feeling calm, relaxed and confident. Your facilitator, a former smoker who quit smoking with Allen Carr’s Easyway method, will be there to support and reassure you.
During the seminar you'll discover:
Why you've struggled to quit by using other methods.
The true reason why you smoke.
The tools you need to change your perception of smoking and think like a non-smoker.
How to remove your fear of life without cigarettes or vapes.
How to confidently become and remain a happy non-smoker by changing your thinking.
You can quit smoking with a patch/pill/vape etc but you'll probably never feel liberated or free. The only way to be a truly happy non-smoker is to have no desire to smoke and the best way to do that is to understand the nature of the trap you’re trying to escape from.
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So if you're a smoker or vaper who’s tired of being a slave to nicotine and willing to take the next step towards changing your life for the better then our seminar program is for you.
You don’t even have to feel ready or even want to stop; you just need to come along with an open mind and a positive attitude.
So what are you waiting for, let's quit smoking Melbourne!
Kathryn Jolley, Facilitator
I tried my first cigarette when I was 14. It tasted awful, it made me cough, it made me sick and it was harsh on my throat. I persevered with another and then another and it took me a while to learn how to smoke.
20 years later, I had smoked at least a packet a day, sometimes two, every day until Saturday February 22nd 2015...
Read: my quit smoking story
Results may vary