Hypnotherapy is now widely recognised, even amongst the medical profession, as an instrument to create effective long lasting change in the form of new responses, behaviours and feelings.

I work with confidence, anxiety and stressors that impact general wellbeing. Hypnotherapy is used as a vehicle to bring about relief in these areas.  

This is because it has the ability to allow access to the subconscious. The part of the brain, where we store belief patterns, that may be holding you back.

We can effectively work through these beliefs, so that you can rewire your brain, by laying down new neural pathways; which supports you on your journey to optimal wellbeing.

Life & Wellbeing Coaching

Discover a unique blend of Life & Wellbeing Coaching techniques.  Expertly curated and led by myself. An integrated approach which addresses the entirety of your wellbeing.

Key Elements:

Holistic Guidance: I employ a holistic coaching method, focusing on the interconnectedness of your mind and body.

Personalised Strategies: Through assessments and collaborative goal-setting, I tailor strategies and techniques to address specific concerns, be it stress management, work-life balance, or other challenges.

Practical Solutions: Benefit from practical solutions aimed at fostering positive changes in thinking patterns and behaviours, aiding in overcoming obstacles and achieving your goals.

Life & Wellbeing Coaching provides a roadmap towards a more balanced and fulfilling life.


Bowen Therapy

Bowen Therapy, also known as the Bowen Technique, is a form of alternative therapy that aims to promote healing and relaxation in the body. Developed in the 1950s by Australian therapist Tom Bowen, the technique involves using gentle, rolling movements over specific areas of the body, such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments, to stimulate the body's natural healing response.

During a Bowen Therapy session, the practitioner will typically use their hands to apply gentle pressure and rolling movements over the affected areas of the body. These movements are designed to create a series of small, rolling movements that stimulate the muscles and soft tissues, helping to release tension and promote relaxation.

Bowen Therapy is a non-invasive therapy that can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including back pain, neck pain, headaches, and sports injuries. It is also believed to be effective in treating stress and anxiety, as well as improving overall health and wellbeing.


Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a slow-paced, meditative form of yoga that focuses on stretching and releasing the deeper connective tissues of the body, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Unlike other forms of yoga that focus on dynamic movement and building strength, yin yoga postures are held for longer periods of time, typically ranging from 3 to 5 minutes or longer.

In a typical yin yoga class, the practitioner will move through a series of seated or supine poses, such as butterfly, dragonfly, and pigeon pose, that are designed to target specific areas of the body. The postures are held for an extended period of time, allowing the body to relax and sink deeper into the stretch. Yin yoga is often practiced with the support of props, such as blankets, blocks, and bolsters, to provide additional support and comfort.

One of the key benefits of yin yoga is its ability to promote relaxation and reduce stress. By holding the postures for an extended period of time, the body is able to relax deeply, promoting the release of tension and stress in the muscles and connective tissues. Yin yoga is also believed to improve flexibility and mobility, increase circulation, and promote overall health and wellbeing.

Yin yoga is a gentle and meditative form of yoga that promotes deep relaxation and release of tension in the body. It is a great choice for those looking to reduce stress and improve flexibility, and is suitable for practitioners of all levels.

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