Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation, combined with focused concentration. It’s a natural and safe way to make positive changes that easily and effortlessly lead to a more fulfilling life. In hypnosis, you experience a state of consciousness which most people observe naturally several times a day. Have you ever been totally absorbed in something you’re doing, whether it’s reading a book, cooking or watching a movie? Were you so absorbed that you didn't notice what else was going on around you? This focused state of attention is an everyday experience of hypnosis.

For thousands of years, man has recognized the power of hypnosis to:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Heal emotional scars
  • Improve performance 
  • Change habits e.g. overeating, smoking, biting nails etc.
  • Speed the healing process
  • Reduce Pain
  • Enhance learning 
  • Overcome fears

Hypnosis is defined as a natural, yet altered state of mind in which critical thinking is relaxed and selective thinking is maintained. In this state your mind (particularly your subconscious mind) is more open and responsive to positive suggestions.

The subconscious mind is incredibly powerful. Most habits, beliefs, fears and emotions are maintained and stored in the subconscious mind. Most unsuccessful attempts to change patterns of thought or behavior focus on the conscious mind. By contrast, hypnotherapy is the therapeutic use of hypnosis to communicate with your subconscious and bring about the changes you are seeking.

Clinical hypnotherapy, as an adjunct to your physician’s care, can help you make physical changes as well, such as eliminating pain and accelerating healing.

Hypnosis is a natural and safe, self-help process. Hypnotherapy is not the practice of medicine or psychotherapy. The hypnotherapy services provided are for educational and self-improvement purposes and are not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical or psychological condition. If you have an ongoing medical illness, mental disability or mental illness, please consult a medical doctor, psychiatrist or psychologist.