What is hypnotherapy?

The term "hypnosis" comes from the Greek word hypnos, meaning "sleep." Hypnotherapists use exercises that bring about deep relaxation and an altered state of consciousness, also known as a trance. A person in a deeply focused state is unusually responsive to an idea or image, but this does not mean that a hypnotist can control the person's mind and free will. On the contrary, hypnosis can actually teach people how to master their own states of awareness. By doing so they can affect their own bodily functions and psychological responses.

How does hypnosis work?

When something happens to us, we remember it and learn a particular behavior in response to what happened. Each time something similar happens, our physical and emotional reactions attached to the memory are repeated. In some cases these reactions are unhealthy. In some forms of hypnotherapy, a trained therapist guides you to remember the event that led to the first reaction, separate the memory from the learned behavior, and replace unhealthy behaviors with new, healthier ones.

During hypnosis, your body relaxes and your thoughts become more focused. In this relaxed state, you will feel at ease physically yet fully awake mentally and may be highly responsive to suggestion. Your conscious mind becomes less alert and your subconscious mind becomes more focused.


Hypnotherapy helps people to focus on making positive changes in their lives by establishing goals that will assist them in their journey, instead of focusing on the problem that they have been experiencing. Hypnotherapy therefore logically concentrates on the present and the future rather than the past.

Hypnotherapy treats :

-Unwanted patterns of behaviour (including phobias)

-Relieve anxiety/stress



-To improve Sports performance.

-Eating problems

-And many other problems.


Short treatment, lasts for 30 minutes and the long treatment lasts for 45 minutes.