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Imagine being able to put Anxiety into the past with a 3 minute exercise. Over half of my clients are seeing me for anxiety relief. It seems as though the scourge of society today is anxiety/panic attacks. And yes depression or the symptoms of depression are there as well but I want to focus on.. read more →

I had a female client earlier this year who had experienced an unexplained fear of dogs for as long as she could remember. And she is now in her early 50s so we can safely assume that this fear has been for 50+ years. This fear has had a negative impact on most days of.. read more →

I’m a great believer in neuro-plasticity. The brain’s ability to rewire … to create new and more resourceful neurological pathways. I had a gentleman contact me recently enquiring whether hypnotherapy could help him with his Parkinson’s shuffle. He has been living with Parkinson’s Disease for many years. One of the most debilitating symptoms for him.. read more →

Hypnotherapy is a wonderful modality to help people with the various symptoms of neurological disorder. I have worked successfully with clients who are living with: Stroke recovery Motor Neuron Disease (ALS) MS Parkinson’s Tinnitus various palsies IBS Ulcerative collitis, and others At no stage do I profess that hypnosis will ‘cure’ a neurological condition. However.. read more →

I work from a home office and I find the best way to start the day is to have a good walk. Thankfully I live near the beach and I can take in a brisk walk along the local beaches. But it doesn’t matter where you live. Find a space that works for you, set.. read more →

Are you working from a home office? Are you working in a new business or a business that isn’t hitting the targets that you envisaged? I have worked from a home office for the past 13 years and it has its challenges. I found that when I first started the home-based business, the connection with.. read more →

As a Clinical Hypnotherapist it is fair to say that over half of my clients are seeing me for anxiety relief. Anxiety and panic attacks seems to be the modern day scourge of society. Anxiety presents itself with differing symptoms. The most common symptoms are: Palpitating heart with shortness of breath. A tightness in the.. read more →

I have worked from home for the past 12 years and I’ll be the first to admit that it hasn’t always been easy. After having the disciplined comfort or regime of corporate life, I had to learn a series of new disciplines when I decided to work for myself. So here are a few tips.. read more →

Imagine if the practice of mindful walking could greatly improve the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease! Imagine if someone who experiences shin splints could enjoy a good jog without any shin pain, by practicing mindful running! I was intrigued reading Norman Doidge’s The Brain’s Way of Healing as he described the progress of John Pepper, a.. read more →

There are many ways and means to experience meditation. People have told me that they can meditate while jogging or swimming laps, gardening, painting a house, and doing the dishes, or even when in prayer or contemplation. While that might be a successful experience for some, I’m more of a traditionalist. My well-used meditative pattern.. read more →


Because as a society we are more stressed and anxious than ever before. People are reporting increased stress: At home dealing with family and partner relationships, At work: relationship stress, deadline stress, travel stress Fear of redundancy or job security. With financial stress, Performance stress, And importantly leading to emotional stress. A recent Australian Fear.. read more →

What is Mindfulness? There are so many definitions of mindfulness. I am sure that 2017 will be renamed the Year of Mindfulness. It seems that everyone and anyone is trying to work out how to involve Mindfulness into their lives. So what is it? Simply … to be present. “Mindfulness is to be present in.. read more →