Hypnosis works with the power of the subconscious mind to change habits and behaviors. The subconscious mind is considered to be the source or root of many of our behaviors, emotions, attitudes, and motivations. Hypnotherapy is a safe effective and alternative way to heal.

Open the Door to the Subconscious

Open the Door to the Subconscious

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a naturally induced state of relaxed concentration – a state of mind and body in which we communicate suggestions to our subconscious mind. This part of our mind influences what we think, how we feel and the choices we make. The subconscious mind is 88% of our minds and can control pain, help us clear our minds to focus on goals, help to break habits we might have developed, relief stress and anxieties and so much more. Hypnosis uses guided relaxation, intense concentration, and focused attention to achieve a heightened state of awareness. Calming the mind automatically calms the body, helping to reduce stress giving the physical self the opportunity to re-balance.

Hypnotherapy is a practice that uses different techniques to relax people, bringing them to an altered state of consciousness. This process focuses on mastering self-awareness. Through trance-like state, hypnosis decreases blood pressure and heart rate, putting one's physical body at ease.


Experience Inner Freedom

Experience Inner Freedom

How do you feel in Hypnosis?

Your experience might be similar to daydreaming or the focusing that occurs when you are engrossed in a book, your favorite movie, or staring at a fire. In that state you are conversant and in good spirits – totally relaxed and completely in control. You will experience an atmosphere of calm and relaxation, without fear, tension or stress. You are always aware of your environment and have power over every situation.

During hypnotherapy sessions, clients remain completely aware of everything that is going on. In fact, many people experience a hyper-awareness where sensations are perceived enriched and vivid. The ability to visualize or imagine is enhanced. Deep relaxation is common. Many describe the hypnotic state as a complete and total escape from physical tensions and emotional stress, while remaining completely alert.



Change Habits

Reprogram the mind and give up those unwanted habits such as weight loss, smoking cessation, stress relief, lower anxiety, and much more.

Modify Behaviors

Toxic emotions can cloud the mind and lead to the inability to make clear decisions best suited for you. Hold safe boundaries, release stuck energy, increase the flow of abundance, clear the mind and find the answers within. 

Get to The Root of The Problem

Overcome deep emotional baggage in a deep relaxed state. Unveil the healing power of hypnosis to create positive change. 

Celebrities use Hypnosis to kick bad habits

Myth's about Hypnosis

 Myth 1: When you wake up from hypnosis, you won’t remember anything that happened when you were hypnotized.

While amnesia may occur in very rare cases, people generally remember everything that occurred while they were hypnotized. However, hypnosis can have a significant effect on memory. Posthypnotic amnesia can lead an individual to forget certain things that occurred before or during hypnosis. However, this effect is generally limited and temporary.

Myth 2: You can be hypnotized against your will.

Despite stories about people being hypnotized without their consent, hypnosis requires voluntary participation on the part of the patient.

Myth 3: The hypnotist has complete control of your actions while you’re under hypnosis.

While people often feel that their actions under hypnosis seem to occur without the influence of their will, a hypnotist cannot make you perform actions that are against your values or morals.