Nikita Pillay is a Qualified Neuro-Linguistics Practitioner, Life Coach and Negative Emotional Therapist and is qualified through COMENSA. She also obtained her Honours degree in Psychology from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. She has a keen interest in people and is quite passionate about helping others discover and enable the best version of themselves.

“You have to find what sparks a light in you, in your own way, can illuminate the world” -Oprah Winfrey.

More often than not people are crippled with fear and do not acknowledge the importance of self development. The practice of truly understanding and getting to know yourself, no matter what age reaps a lifetime of rewards.

Nikita’s skills and knowledge help her clients discover what their most desired life is and creates a plan (with them) to help them attain it.

She creates this transition by means of NLP techniques.

These enable you to:

  • Make yourself your biggest priority
  • To release any fear, anxiety or negative emotions
  • To realise what your goals/ ambitions or desires are and map a plan to help you create the best path to attain them
  • To resolve inner conflict
  • To organize and manage your thought processes to help you move forward optimally without wasting any time or energy
  • Anger management
  • And most importantly, learn to become the master of YOU.

Services rendered include:

  • Helping a client to gain clarity about what it is they want,why they want it and how to get it.
  • Becoming their life coach to enable them to take accountability to ensure they reach their desired goal by bridging the gap from where they are to where they want to be.
  • Strategic planning to design the best way to help the client reach their goal using the most beneficial techniques.
  • Counselling to overcome any obstacles or previous experiences that are hindering their growth.
  • Anger management therapy and techniques to deal with coping with anger.
  • Conflict resolution- helping a client deal with internal conflict to remove them as possible barriers toward growth.