About Hypnosis

What is hypnosis?

 A relaxed, focused state of concentration is one definition. However, the actual state of hypnosis is a little harder to define. In reality, it is the receptive state where the brain enters a specific  brainwave. Hypnosis scans reveal it is not an unusual state of mind, for most people they simply feel relaxed. 

Everyone experiences trance in moments of daydreaming, intense concentration, and when entering and exiting sleep. In a hypnosis session you achieve a similar state intentionally. 

While clients are in hypnosis, suggestions are given to the subconscious mind that can enable them to move beyond limiting beliefs as well as habits quickly and easily. This allows one to make positive differences within; changes that deliberately enhance your daily life.  

Individuals seek out hypnosis to assist with, or overcome a multitude of challenges. While results may very from person to person, with hypnosis therapy you may Shed Extra Pounds, Stop Smoking, Overcome Performance Anxiety, Release Harmful Habits, Help Heal a Broken Heart, Motivate for Success, Manage Stress and more. 

It's important to know that although you're more open to suggestion during hypnosis, you don't lose control over your behavior.

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Hypnosis is a completely natural modality that can empower clients to access internal resources that can allow for dramatic and life-altering change. By creating new coping mechanisms and better health through subconscious  change & behavioral shifts.

How can hypnosis help you?


If you are looking to make changes in your life then hypnosis can help.


Stress Management

Grief Management

Learn to Relax

Control Temper

Freedom from Guilt or Anger

Control Procrastination

Break Nervous Habits

Quit Smoking

Weight Control

Stop Grinding Teeth


Self Image and Confidence
Increased Awareness
Improve Concentration and Memory

Career Performance Enhancement

Pain Management

Pre-Operative Anxieties 

Post-Operative Rapid Healing

Recall Life Experiences

Improve Sleep and Quality of Life