Hypnotherapy is a powerful, natural and safe state of directed awareness. It is a way of helping people to communicate simply and directly with their unconscious mind in a deeply relaxed manner. Your practitioner will use positive reinforcement to remove underlying subconscious beliefs.
Hypnotherapy can help with:
- Stress & Anxiety
- Weight Issues
- Smoking Cessation
- Pain Management
- Confidence (e.g. public speaking)
Meditation can bring about a sense of well-being in the mind and body, and put you on a path to spiritual growth. Its relaxation techniques quieten the mind, and help to relieve stress and enhance a sense of being.
Putting the mind into a relaxed state is proven to benefit a range of personal issues, from depression to addiction and pain to high blood pressure.
We offer clients individual meditation sessions or group meditation.
Spiritual healing aims to balance a person on all levels: emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically.
The process involves healing without the use of remedies or medicines. Healing occurs solely through channelling a form of energy that cannot be seen or felt but is the essence of all living things.
This is known as bringing the Chakras into balance, releasing negative and blocked energies. This results in a deep feeling of well-being.
Our spiritual therapy is non-invasive. We believe that we are able to channel and direct energy to our clients in a way that brings them relief from their negative emotions.
Reiki is a system that can be experienced by either hands-on or “distance” healing. It encourages physical, mental and emotional healing, and spiritual growth.
It opens the Chakras so the practitioner can channel Reiki energy to the parts of the client’s body that need it most.
Reiki can be used alongside other treatments to improve health. Reiki works physically: relieving pain, regenerating organs and releasing energy; but also emotionally to re-establish mental well-being and spiritual equilibrium.
CONFIDENTIAL NOTICE: Magnolia House Therapy runs in line with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapists (BACP) and adheres to the BACP code of practice. This ensures client confidentiality.