hypnotherapy-santa rosaHypnotherapy is very effective in addressing deeply rooted issues and rewiring unhelpful patterns to form new (healthy!) ones.

With hypnosis, we will be able to tap into the subconscious mind to access things that lie below conscious awareness. If you feel stuck but don’t know why, it may be helpful to give hypnotherapy a try.

I have seen many people become completely transformed through hypnosis. It was a critical piece of my own healing and personal growth, so it holds a special place in my heart.

It is also a wonderful tool for people wanting to learn how to meditate. If you have tried to learn meditation, but find it challenging to do (even for a few minutes), then hypnosis may help you.

Experiencing hypnosis allows you to enter a brainwave state similar to that of meditation. Therefore, once you have had the full-body experience of hypnosis, you will be able to reach that state again through meditation.

My training in clinical hypnotherapy and yoga nidra allows me to facilitate powerful experiences through the use of rich imagery and deep relaxation. I will often pair hypnosis with restorative yoga poses to enhance the mind-body experience.

Specifically, we can use hypnosis for:

  • Working with the inner critic to change your self-talk
  • Finding an inner sanctuary
  • Developing inner resources
  • Discovering your gifts and talents
  • Uncovering your life’s purpose
  • Building self-confidence
  • Making heart-centered career choices

Many times after a hypnotherapy session, people will look like they have just awoken from a long, refreshing nap. It helps create a powerful shift in one’s energy and overall being.

If you want to take down your stress level and reset your nervous system, this is for you. Hypnotherapy is mind-body medicine at its finest.

There are some common misconceptions about hypnotherapy, so please read my FAQ’s to learn more or see the definition on WebMD.

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