When life has left you feeling tense and tired, it can be hard to relax and unwind on your own. So that’s why it often feels so good to lie back and enjoy the experience of being given a relaxing massage.
But whilst a soothing massage can help ease tired, aching muscles, it doesn’t always totally relax your mind or leave you feeling totally refreshed.
Hypnotherapy: the “Spa of your Mind”
Of course, you could always take a weekend break in an expensive spa hotel to totally unwind, but wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was an easier way you could relax totally like that in just an hour, at a fraction of the cost?
That’s what hypnotherapy does – and many of the people who come to see us to sort out unwanted issues, such as habits, phobias, low self-esteem are surprised just how relaxing the experience of being in hypnosis can be.
The really great news is that you don’t need to have a problem to experience the powerful stress lowering, relaxing effects of hypnosis.
In fact, more and more people are choosing hypnotherapy – not because they have a problem – but simply as a way to relax deeply and completely so they can better deal with the stresses that life throws their way.
The really great thing about hypnosis is that it changes your perception of time, so just 40 minutes of relaxing in a chair in hypnosis is like 4-5 hours of chilling out in a spa.
Perhaps you’ll use your time to relax in the memory of a fantastic holiday. Maybe you’ll take yourself to a special, private place you’ve created in your imagination. Or perhaps you’ll just enjoy the peace that comes from allowing your mind to wander.
All you do is sit back and relax, while we guide your thoughts to give you the most relaxing experience you can possibly imagine.
Boost your creativity, productivity and concentration
We tend to think that taking time out to relax is time wasted, but in fact the reverse is true. When we take time to recuperate and rebuild our energy reserves, we are usually more creative, productive and concentrate better.
That’s why high stress, high concentration jobs such as Air Traffic Controllers have to take enforced rest breaks – otherwise mistakes start being made.
So if you regularly reach that “4 o’clock crash”, when you find yourself staring at a computer screen or wasting your time browsing Facebook or Twitter, then you could probably do with a trip to our “Mind Spa”.