Melt away stress - group hypnotherapy
Date & Time:18th January 2018, 9.30am - 10.30am
Location:The Quaker Meeting House
109 Handside Lane
Welwyn Garden City
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Deep rest and relaxation helps improve concentration in everyday life, powerfully peps up your immune system and helps you feel good about life and yourself.
Join Heather Denny, the hypnotherapist, for Melt Away Stress - group hypnotherapy on Thursday morning at 9.30am. Come along and enjoy an hour of calming, self-esteem boosting hypnotherapy.
During 'melt away stress' you will:
- Learn how to harness your natural ability to overcome the negative effects of stress
- Unwind with a deeply relaxing hypnosis session
- Benefit from positive, life-enhancing suggestions to boost your confidence, optimism and self-esteem.
You will learn the truth about hypnosis and even pick up some practical techniques to help you de-stress and relax anytime, anywhere.
If you've ever been curious about hypnosis, wanted to know what it feels like, and find out how well it works for you do come along, you'll be very welcome!
So join me, Heather Denny, and reap the benefits of a personal hypnotherapy session delivered in a group setting. You'll have the opportunity to release stresses and tensions, create real feelings of calmness and confidence and experience positive changes that may last days and even weeks after the session - that's the wonder of hypnosis!
About the host
Heather Denny gently and respectfully guides her clients to overcome life's hurdles and become happier and healthier. Specialising in eliminating unwanted habits, managing stress, easing anxiety and neutralising negative emotions, Heather qualified as a clinical hypnotherapist in 2005. Heather is also an NLP master and EFT practitioner.
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