Clinical Hypnotherapist & Coach
Curiosity and need pushed me to seek out hypnotherapy - one session to finally rid myself of a casual smoking habit, and the other, for stage fright. After experiencing its fast and transformative effect, I use my coaching experience as a framework to ask great questions and to listen well - but the hypnosis component is where the magic happens, where it all slots into place.
Since becoming a hypnotherapist, I was drawn to looking into ways to go past the conscious/subconscious mind and up to the superconscious where higher intuition and inner wisdom resides. The Yogi on the Rock audio recording is the result of this endeavour. Deeply relaxing with an opportunity to ask your superconscious mind a question. At only 33 minutes long, it can also be used as daily deep meditation practice. Clients who have experienced it have reported some very interesting, out-of-the-box, enlightening answers.
It is worth mentioning here that increasingly my practice is evolving to partnering with high performance athletes - my latest client has represented New Zealand at the Olympics. I travelled extensively with the Chinese National Tennis team (also Canada/UK) so I understand the trials and tribulations of life on the road competing. (My husband is a high performance coach).
Two sessions is generally all that is required. Athletes tell me they experience complete shifts, no nerves and heightened focus and calmness. Each session is individually tailored. These are powerful sessions. Do contact me if you are in this special group for further details.
While based in New Zealand and I am available to travel internationally. I prefer in person rather than Zoom.
If you are considering hypnotherapy, all that is required is a true desire for change. It is the conscious, seemingly rational, logical part of the mind that sets up the barriers and questions. Hypnotherapists don’t work with this part. We work with the unconscious part of the mind - the one responsible for holding all memories and experiences - whatever thought the conscious mind’s original spin on it is. It’s a simple case of untying the knot and releasing the tangle, and it often has profound, far reaching and unexpected insights.
Hypnosis New Zealand Professional Member
Graduate, Coach U Inc, USA