You’re tired, overthinking and feeling trapped. The things you used to enjoy, you no longer have the energy or motivation to do. You go from day to day just getting by. Your life just doesn’t feel like you know it should. I know this feeling; I was this teacher. The good news is that if you are willing and open you can make changes. So how can hypnotherapy play a role?
When it comes to weight management and body acceptance, the greatest tool you have is yourself! Hypnotherapy isn’t a magic wand that can be waved, to shed those extra pounds, help you put down the third pint of beer or help you accept the bumps and curves just the way they are. So, what is the point of hypnotherapy in this situation?
How can hypnotherapy help with anxiety? Hypnotherapy can be incredibly beneficial for those who suffer with anxiety of related issues.
Self-hypnosis is a way to independently induce a state of trance and heightened suggestibility. Using affirmations, imagination and visualisation techniques to help you achieve your goals.
This months blog is focused on how we use language and the language patterns we fall into that we might not even realise shapes our relationships with ourselves or others and our potential outcomes.
This week’s blog is all about goals. Now we’re nearly at the end of January so you might think I’m a bit late to the party but there is a reason for this; by now around 34% of people will already have given up on their new year’s resolutions.
The days are cold and miserable, every other day it seems to be wet play and no Christmas to look forward to to cheer us up! Let's think about how we can maintain our sparkle and shine until things look brighter.
This time of year is one of contradictions in many ways it’s a time full of chances for family time and making memories but it’s also one of hectic schedules, consumerism and high levels of stress!
This week we're looking at ways to manage stress, the different tips have been organised into the 4 A's.
Burnout is a phrase we've hear an increasingly over the last few years but what is it? How does it feel and what can you do if you think you're experiencing it?