Hypnotherapy Sessions

Hypnosis may help you…

  • Stop Smoking
  • Manage Stress
  • Improve Self Confidence
  • Manage Weight
  • Reduce Fears or Anxiety
  • Manage Pain

 

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40 Ways Hypnosis Can Help

Benefits of Hypnosis

Champions in many sports such as Evander Holyfield, Larry Bird, and Tiger Woods use self-hypnosis to achieve effective results in their fields. You, too, may be able to overcome unwanted and undesirable habits, boost your self-confidence, and find success through hypnotherapy.

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Hypnotherapy Training

Our 300 hour comprehensive certification includes theory and clinical applications of the latest advancements in Hypnosis, Energy Psychology and Therapeutic Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Our school is one of the only programs nationwide that offers a Supervised Clinical Internship.

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2018 Class Schedule

Our 2018  class schedule includes five course sections offered throughout the year. Each course section is offered in 60 hour segments over the span of three weekends. The full certificate is designed to be manageable for working professionals to complete within just nine months.

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Through adversities our greatest gifts of growth and opportunities are discovered…

The lotus flower is one of the most stunning and ancient flowers, representing the deepest symbol for growth on our planet. It grows in muddy, murky waters sucking in nutrients while using that mud as fuel to grow and nourish itself. The flower then rises above the muddy waters to bloom into one of the most beautiful flowers. It grows upward in the direction of the light to blossom with remarkable splendor.

I’m fascinated with the lotus flower and how it closely represents our own lives.

We are all like that beautiful flower…in order for us to fully grow and gain wisdom from our own life experiences, we must ascend from all obstacles, adversities and attachments that we’ve been holding onto.

The evolution of the lotus flower, having its roots in the mud, is a metaphor for our own lives. We too can use the mud and muck as “nutrients” to grow and shine into the fullest expression of ourselves, radiating that out into the world.

Introducing the MIOH

* Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.