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Q What is Hypnosis?

“for thousands of years, philosophers and intellectuals have known that thoughts can control the body’s functions and human behaviour – that within us all there is the potential to uplift, heal and inspire others as well as ourselves” A.M. Krasner

Dr. A.M. Krasner, an established and highly qualified authority on the subject, presented hypnosis as a powerful therapeutic tool. Dr. Krasner drew on his years of research, teaching and clinical experience to establish the American Institute of Hypnotherapy (1981) and The American Board of Hypnotherapy (1982), the Board that sets Hypnosis standards internationally.

Q How can a treatment aimed at your mind affect your body?

The body responds physically to thoughts. For example, when we think a frightening thought, we can experience increased heart rate, shortness of breath, “butterflies” in the stomach, muscular rigidity, sweating, shaking, and so on. Similarly, when we think a pleasurable thought, we can experience reduced heart rate, deeper breathing, relaxation of muscles, and so on. These are autonomic nervous system responses that are involuntary, but they can be utilized to promote health. When hypnotized, an individual is very open to suggestions that can enhance positive and diminish negative physical reactions.

Q “I don’t think I was hypnotized–I heard every word you said!”

Some people, after a session of hypnosis, don’t believe that they were hypnotized at all. 
This likely comes from misconceptions about just what a ‘trance’ really is. There are 
differences between the brain waves of people who are asleep and those who are in
trance. In practice, people who are hypnotized often talk with the hypnotherapist, and can both answer and ask questions, hear everything that is said very clearly, and are perfectly well aware.
There is no mysterious feeling to being hypnotized and our minds are not taken over nor controlled.

Q Below are some areas of life that can be improved with hypnotherapy – there are many more -

Deep Relaxation
Stress Management
Learning Faster
Smoking Cessation
Improve sports ability
Improve memory
Insomnia Activating the Body’s Healing Mode
Self Hypnosis
Improving Concentration
Weight Reduction
Health & Fitness
Nail biting
Enhance creativity
Exam preparation
Improve study habits
Pain management

Q Qualification Details

Health & Care Certificate
Certificate in Massage
Certificate in Physiology and Anatomy
Bowen Therapy
Senior First Aid Certificate
Reiki Master/Teacher
Theta Healing Practitioner
Initiate of Kriya Yoga
Certified Hypnotherapist
Certified Yoga Teacher
Certificate in Advanced Yoga Meditation - 15 years

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