Guided relaxation group

07870 822 249 07870 822 249
30th November -0001, 12.00am - 12.00am
Open to all
Orpington, BR6 9HF

These 60 minute guided relaxation sessions are designed to help in the following areas:

  • Reduce stress/anxiety.
  • Feel calmer.
  • Switch off.
  • Sleep better.
  • Feel more positive.

If you could do with an undisturbed peaceful de-stress then this session is for you!

When and where:

Classes are held on Mondays, 7-8pm in my comfortable home in Eton Road, Orpington. 

What we will do:

We will start with a pre-talk about hypnosis, it’s benefits and it’s effects on the mind and body. We will then have a short discussion on that week's theme before you settle down to enjoy the wonderful calming experience of guided relaxation.

What to bring:

As you are likely to be lying on the floor to experience a lovely long relaxation/hypnosis session you should wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat, pillow, blanket or even an air bed or bean bag! Anything that will help you feel really comfortable and cosy so you can relax more easily. Contact me if you need to borrow a yoga mat as I have some spares.

What to pay:

Each session costs £7, or you can book a series of six sessions for £40. Payment can be made in advance or cash on the day but you will need to book in advance as places are limited. 

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Hosted by Linda Mortimer

I am a GHR registered clinical hypnotherapist accredited by the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH), and a member of the Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). I also hold the Hypnotherapy Practitioners Diploma (HPD).


Hosted by Linda Mortimer

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