Founder of the NeuroHeart Education® Conference
Rachel Marie Paling is an International Game Changer in Education, in particular, the education of languages. She has created the method and approaches Neurolanguage Coaching® which incorporates professional coaching and principles of neuroscience into the learning process.
She coaches and trains teachers worldwide, transforming them into certified and ICF accredited Neurolanguage coaches and has created the Neurolanguage Coach® network with over 800 NL Coaches in just over 70 countries worldwide and is now bringing the approach to schools and institutions over the world through her licensed trainers.
Rachel started teaching language at the age of 17 and has a BA Honours in Law and Spanish, MA in Human Rights, she is a qualified UK lawyer, MA in Applied Neuroscience and a PCC ICF Life Coach. She is the author of the books Neurolanguage Coaching® and Brain-friendly Grammar and has written numerous blog articles about learning, coaching and neuroscience. She has spoken at many international conferences and ELC was awarded the Bronze Award at the Reimagine Education Awards 2019 in the Science in Learning category.
She is dedicated to the shift in education and has established an educational foundation to bring coaching, neuroscience and heart science into educational processes.
In 2020, Brainz Magazine put Rachel in their top 500 Companies, Entrepreneurs, Influential Leaders and Business Owners recognized for their entrepreneurial success, achievements or dedication to helping others.
In 2021, Rachel’s dream of launching the NeuroHeart Eduction came true and the foundation launched on the 14th February 2021.
The foundation is dedicated to training teachers who cannot afford teacher training and training teachers in topics such as neuroscience, heart science and Neurolanguage Coaching®. It’s also going to be looking at training teachers in yoga, meditation, nature, and really get teachers to come into areas and delivery that they haven’t done before.
On the other side, the foundation will have a heavy focus on homeschooling children who cannot afford homeschooling or schooling. It’s going to be creating some very innovative curriculum, especially for children at home, including language learning, learning about nature, astronomy, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology – all from the perspective of being able to apply what they are learning instantly.