Stress....     It’s such a small word and yet, it’s one of the biggest issues faced by people across the globe.  Too much stress can lead to a whole host of physical, psychological, emotional and behavioural problems.   And whilst there is a variation of common symptoms, Stress can also be a killer, leading to more serious conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer.

More and more people are reporting feeling more  burned out than ever. Job stress is responsible for more health complaints than money or family problems and so if left unchecked,  won’t simply fade away.  Potentially leading to severe anxiety or panic. 

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Whilst there are so many options out there to manage your stress, hypnotherapy is such a powerful weapon against stress and there are no side effects or medication involved!

Hypnotherapy gets at the root of the problem and helps you change the way you respond to stress by putting you back in control.


As you learn to control your stress, you will master the right amount of relaxed alertness to deal with any difficult situation and eliminate unnecessary worry.  As a result, you will find you have more energy, become more efficient, more effective, and your levels of happiness and well-being will increase!  


During our sessions together you will learn to control your stress and learn the important ability to relax to help you feel better and lead to positive lifestyle changes as when your mind is filled with worry and your body is filled with stress, your performance, relationships, and enjoyment all will suffer.


You may have been stressed out for so long you have simply become used to it! Yet unless you are already highly experienced at being able to deeply relax, you may already be experiencing some kind of stress right now.

All too often it goes unnoticed in the body, but can surface in the form of bad moods, loss of a sense of humour, headaches, making silly mistakes, and ultimately even depression, anxiety, and physical illness.


I notice with my clients that the first time they begin to relax, they begin to notice the tension that was there all the time.


We know that our bodies are truly miraculous as without your even having to pay attention, your autonomic nervous system (ANS) keeps your heart beating, your lungs breathing, it ensures that just the right amount of blood and oxygen is pumped through your system to keep everything functioning optimally.


In order to provide balance, the ANS is made up of multiple parts. The most important of these in understanding and beginning to control your stress are the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) and the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS).


The SNS governs the “fight or flight” response, flooding your system with adrenaline and cortisol and pumping extra blood and oxygen to your limbs so that you can run away more quickly or fight with more strength.


While the SNS is doing its best to help you prepare for fight or flight, the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) is there to help you to rest and digest.  Your heart beats more slowly, which in turn decreases your blood pressure and whatever food is in your system begins to be digested.  It is your body’s natural impulse to rest, relax, and recuperate.


What we think of as “being stressed” is simply the result of one system (the stress response) doing too much and the other system (natural relaxation) not being used enough.



In our weekly sessions you are provided with the techniques to deal with the physical and emotional stressors in your life to put you back in control.


Depending on how much stress you are coping with, it may take a few sessions however even after your first session, you will feel a tremendous weight lifted off your shoulders.

Working to identify the areas in your life where you are experiencing stress and whilst learning a variation of clinically proven methods of stress reduction to help you take back control of your mind-body connection for increased happiness and productivity.