What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a safe, natural state of mind connected to physical and mentalrelaxation, with a selective, focused attention. Most of us have experienced to “zone out” while reading a book, exercising, playing with an imaginary friend as a child or going window shopping etc. – this is called the ‘hypnotic’ state.

 

This daydreaming state between sleep and wakefulness can be used in a therapeutic context. When we enter into this absorbed state of hypnosis, we can use our thoughts, talents and experiences in ways not usually available to us. We gain deeper awareness and can allow positive change to happen in our life. Hypnotherapy encourages your deeper consciousness to open, relax and find solutions to current challenges. The effectiveness of hypnosis has been beneficial for a wide range of challenges such as anxiety and phobias, depression and burn-out, traumas, lack of motivation, school problems and learning difficulties, sleeping problems and many more.

 

 

What is HypnoKids?

Children and young adults have the ability to be in a so-called ‘hypnotic’ state throughout the day. It can happen while watching the clouds moving, the rain drops moving down the window glass, while ‘listening’ to teachers or parents but drifting into an imaginary world with their thoughts. It’s a wonderful natural ability that unfortunately tends to get lost when becoming adults.

 

So, through the altered stage of consciousness during hypnosis, the subconscious mind is more open to suggestions and makes it very easy to resolve problems. Children and young adults respond particularly well to hypnotherapy because they have a natural desire for new experiences and creative ideas. Challenges such as anxieties, school problems, sleep disorder, bed-wetting etc. can be addressed with positive results in a few sessions.