We offer one to one hypnotherapy and NLP sessions helping to treat a wide range of emotional issues, such as anxiety, stress, phobia or addiction that are having a negative effect on your everyday life. For many people, medication is not a viable option so these sessions provide an alternative way to find relief from the symptoms. What is Hypnotherapy? Hypnotherapy helps you to deeply relax and works with your subconscious mind to change your thought process or feelings towards a certain area in your life.
What is NLP? NLP or ‘Neuro-Linguistic Programming’ is a way of understanding how and why people think, feel, speak and behave the way they do. NLP techniques support you in ‘re-programming’ your thoughts or to think differently about certain situations and therefore achieve different results.
When hypnotherapy and NLP are used together and applied directly to your specific issues, you start to see and feel results in as little as 3 sessions.
Hypnotherapy and NLP are used most commonly to effectively treat the following areas: • Anxiety and Panic Attacks • Addictions (such as alcohol/drug abuse, Gambling, Internet) • Depression • Phobia’s and Fears (such as public speaking or flying) • Weight Loss • Stopping Smoking But can also be used to treat: • Blushing • Exam Nerves • IBS • Stuttering • Tinnitus • Stress • Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) • Low Self Esteem or Low Self Confidence • Insomnia or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome • Eating Disorders
What happens in a Hypnotherapy Session? Most people find 3-4 sessions are enough to deal with their issue and to start to see positive changes, however, everyone is different so more or less sessions may be needed.
Your first session gives you the opportunity to talk about your specific issue and ask any questions you may have about hypnotherapy and the process. You are then helped into hypnosis whilst recording the session and, following this you listen to the recording at least once a day until your 2nd session.
The 2nd session is where the work is done! Using NLP we work with you to let go of the problem and focus on the positive outcomes you’re looking for.
Subsequent sessions are not always necessary so any follow up sessions will be tailored to meet your needs.
What is Reflexology? Based on the theory that different points on the foot correspond with certain areas of the body, Reflexology can help a person to feel better and to relieve tension caused by stress or illness. By skilfully applying pressure to reflex areas in the feet you can rebalance, destress and re-energise other vital areas of the body and create an overall feeling of wellbeing.
What can Reflexology help to alleviate?
It is important to note that reflexology is a therapy; it is not a cure but it can help to alleviate the symptoms of: • Back, neck and muscle problems • Difficulty sleeping • Stress • Digestion issues • General Tension
Reflexology is also a great way to give your body a little ‘MOT’ and to have some time to yourself to relax.
What happens in a reflexology session? Mark is a qualified Reiki practitioner and he combines Reiki with reflexology to achieve optimum relaxation and health benefits. This method is more than just a massage as it focuses on relaxing the body from the inside and promotes toxin drainage, leaving you feeling rejuvenated. The treatment room is a peaceful, relaxing environment for you to enjoy your session. You will be asked questions on your health history to determine the best reflexology process for you.
You will be asked to remove your shoes and socks and to sit or lie down and get comfortable. Once you are comfortable, Mark will use massage and sweeping motions to apply pressure to the reflex areas of your feet. Feedback following the session is encouraged and if you have any questions Mark will be happy to answer these for you.
What does Reflexology feel like? Everyone is different but the most common feedback is a deep sense of relaxation, warmth and a pleasant tingling in the body. Most clients report health benefits such as reduced stress, a feeling of calm and less tension in their body.
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