Relaxation through hypnotherapy
Did you know that we offer hypnotherapy at Head2Toe in Crawley? Not just for stopping smoking, losing weight or overcoming a fear.
Hypnotherapy has amazing potential which, in the last few years, I’ve been lucky enough to have witnessed first hand as a therapist, both as a Sports Therapist and later as a Hypnotherapist.
Hypnotherapy gives you back the confidence you need to be the best that you can be.
Here are some of the ways hypnotherapy can help.
The most important thing I help you learn is a specific kind of relaxation. A focused relaxation. Turning off that constant voice in your head that creates internal arguments, the one that says things like ‘I can’t do that, I’m not good enough’. With tension comes tense muscles. Imagine how great it would feel to relax enough to allow your muscles to let go too.
I see CEOs who use my hypnotherapy sessions to reduce negative stress, allowing them to become focused and more effective in their job. Regularly gaining further promotions too. Another of my clients has just got to the finals of a national dance competition. She wanted more focus in her movements. A better edge to her dance.
How can hypnotherapy help with lack of confidence or self esteem? The subconscious mind does not distinguish between reality and creating a mental story. Once a client is relaxed I ask them to create a positive image around their confidence issues. This may be asking them to imagine the scene whilst relaxed or another method.
I had a client a few years ago who was so shy I could barely hear him on the phone. Three sessions later this young guy, who initially was too worried to leave the house, contacted me to tell me he’d be using his new found skills and had been on train journeys and talking confidently to all kinds of people.
I was also an extremely shy person and used hypnotherapy to overcome this. Now I stand on a stage and talk to people for two hours with confidence.
People describe it to me as that feeling that can creeps up from nowhere but makes the world feel like it’s closing in around you.
Their heart races, they just can’t catch their breath. Some have even described it as like standing and staring a lion in the face in a room with four walls and no door.
I teach them the amazing and most powerful tool that they already posses, their own breath. Think of it like standing at the door with a bunch of keys wondering which one will work. Without realising that it wasn’t even locked in the first place.
These are just a few of the incredible conditions I get to work with. If you’re wondering if hypnotherapy could help you. Just ask me, I don’t bite I promise.