The healing powers of the mind, body and soul.

and what hypnotherapy has to do with it.


As a Board Certified Hypnotist and a Past Life Therapist, I know the incredible impact of the Mind, Body, and Soul connection—and how each thing effects the other.

To ignore one is to do it disservice. If you focus only on controlling or nurturing your body and the physical aspects of yourself, you might feel like your mind has, well a mind of its own, and that it can overrule your best intentions at anytime.

If you have anxiety, fear or doubt, it may seem like it's all in your head, but you also feel it in your body. Your mind contributes with its thoughts, words and deep seated beliefs. It has patterns and habits that have been ingrained over time.

Your body is just following through with those thoughts and commands that you're unconsciously

sending out.

Your soul has its own memories and acquired beliefs and it also has its own agenda, so to speak.


To better understand an issue or belief, you need to go to a deeper place inside you.

You need to find out why it's there, what it needs, and how it can feel better.


How do you find this information?


First, you need to let go of your logical, thinking mind. The part that analyzes and judges what's going on, or tries to put it in a box.


Someone once said, "Logic is the killer of dreams."

We're taught to be logical and realistic about our goals and dreams. We then see the world as limited in a way.

Hypnosis allows you to bypass the analytical mind and open the door to your higher mind.


What is Hypnosis?


Hypnosis is a natural state that we experience every day.

The best description of hypnosis I can give you is this-

Hypnosis is focused state of relaxation, when the outside world fades into the background.


It's when your inner mind is active and the body is quiet.

Hypnosis is similar in feeling to a mediative state.


I like to call it meditation with a purpose.

It's the tool, the bridge that gets you to a certain point of awareness.

Hypnotherapy is the art of gathering information, suggesting feelings and outcomes, and working with your mind and imagination to create change.