Hypnosis and Massage –
Integrative Balancing of Mind & Body
You’ve heard of the therapeutic health benefits of massage therapy. You’ve heard about the powerful healing qualities and life changing aspects of hypnosis.
Imagine what can be achieved by combining them together!
We call this “Hypno-Massage”.
When Hypnosis is added in just the right way to Massage Therapy, a perfect compliment, healing balance can be established that can achieve levels of health that neither can alone.
Here’s how this works:
During the massage the client receives powerful hypnotic suggestions while relaxing and healing the body. These suggestions are custom designed for each individual need (see below).
Sometimes old injuries may still be locked in the “muscle memory” of the body and preventing healing. The unique combined practice of hypno-massage helps clear emotional trauma and speed healing. Some clients have even cleansed themselves of old emotional trauma, shed tears and felt lighter both physically and emotionally.
We are uniquely trained to apply hypno-massage to keep your therapeutic session safe and effective. Prior to the hypno-massage we conduct a mini-interview to determine your specific needs and possible benefits that can be derived from hypno-massage. This is a complete mind and body experience.
You will feel a lifted sprit, renewed energy and profound enhancement in many areas of your life. This specialty is performed only by Dr H who is a certified hypnotist as well as a massage therapist, and understands the powerful nature of this treatment.
Areas of benefit offered by hypno-massage include:
Anxiety & Stress Release, Body-Mind Healing, Guided imagery, Improved concentration, Memory improvement, Motivation, Pain Management, Self-esteem & Confidence, Relaxation, Regression therapy, Smoking cessation, Sexual dysfunction, Tension headaches, Weight control and elimination, And so much, more…
Variations of strong and light flowing strokes for a stress – reducing therapy.
The combination of massage and hypnosis is one of the most powerful tools a therapist can use. This can be a total mind & body experience reinforcing an uplifting way of being.
BENEFITS OF A MASSAGE:
Massage helps to…
* Physically relax the body Promote better sleep
* Reduce mental stress Calm the nervous system
* Improve body’s systems Induce mental relaxation
* Provide a feeling of well-being Reduce anxiety
* Reduce heart rate Lower blood pressure
* Loosen tight muscles Slow respiration
* Improve skin tone Stretch connective tissues
* Improve muscle tone Increase red blood cell counts
* Relieve tired and aching muscles Stimulate the release of endorphins
* Decrease muscular deterioration Relieve cramps and muscle spasms
* Reduce swelling and scaring Speed recovery
* Strengthen the immune system Promote more effective breathing
* Improve posture Minimize tension headaches
* Massage helps you become more aware of your body and your unconsciously held tension.
* Massage therapy improves blood circulation providing much-needed nutrients to the cells and removing wastes and toxins that can make you feel listless and drained.
* Massage therapy promotes the release of endorphins that act as the body’s natural pain killers thus helping to relieve both chronic and acute pain, all without the use of unnatural drugs.
* Massage therapy has an amazing effect on your body’s nervous and immune systems. By activating the body’s natural systems to counteract negative responses to stress, body function is directly and immediately improved.
Your therapist is trained to signal the body to begin this healing process. Through massage, as your body slows down and your blood pressure lowers, your heart rate settles and your breathing becomes deeper and more rhythmic, priming you for a perfect night’s sleep.
Up to 90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress related complaints such as headaches, backaches, neck pain, eyestrain, poor concentration, anxiety, depression, irritability, anger, high blood pressure, heart disease, ulcers, as well as physical and emotional exhaustion.
* Touch Therapy – Touch is feels nice and scientific research supports the theory that stimulation by touch is absolutely necessary for our physical as well as our emotional well-being.
* Therapeutic touch, recognized as an essential tool for healing is now part of nurses’ training in several large medical centers.
* Touch Therapy is used to help relieve pain and depression and anxiety, to bolster patients’ will to live, to help premature babies – who have been deprived of touch into heir incubators – grow and thrive.
Various experiments have shown that touch can:
a) make us feel better about ourselves and our surroundings;
b) have a positive effect on children’s language development and IQ
c) cause measurable physiological changes in the the one who administers the touch and in the one who is touched.