The owner of A.H.A Wellness Services?Sheri Webber?has trained to be a spiritual healer, reiki practitioner, hypnotherapist, therapeutic touch practitioner, raindrop-technique practitioner, and an aesthetician. She understands how much life disruption symptoms and pain from disease can bring. She is dedicated to helping others minimize or eliminate pain and symptoms of bodily imbalance at her soothing wellness center, where the core belief is that bodies can heal themselves if provided with the proper tools. Here, clients can receive reiki, raindrop-technique, and hypnosis treatments, along with ionic footbaths and relaxation massage, to help them along their journey to wellness in mind, body, and spirit.
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Formerly a professional in the hospitality industry, Tricia Batliwalla founded Light Side Up as a way to guide others toward self-awareness and a better life outlook through hypnosis. Her journey has led her to seven countries throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, and toward an accreditation from the National Guild of Hypnotists Canada. She draws from all this experience each day in her office, where she eases clients into her process with a private consultation and, if needed, games of telepathic patty-cake. As she works with clients to reveal their needs, she may complement hypnosis with other therapies. In each session, she lulls clients into a deep state of relaxation and plants suggestions aimed at helping them overcome the root of issues such as addictions, hidden phobias, and damaged relationships.
Under the supervision of the Anti-Aging Clinic's doctor, certified technicians help to restore youthful appearances with medical-grade treatments. Staff members take up state-of-the-art technology such as GentleLase hair-removal lasers, DiamondTome microdermabrasion wands, and Tripolar skin-tightening treatments. Other services, however, are as low-tech as it gets: chiropractors, massage therapists, and hypnotherapists work toward mind-body wellness in order to help clients to find comfort, confidence, and the strength to quit pretending their kids' crayons are cigarettes. The clinic—which keeps late-evening and Saturday hours—combines medical professionalism with a spa aesthetic; staff members dress in crisp, hospital-style uniforms, but Egypt-inspired art hangs on the walls alongside the colourful anatomical charts.
Certified hypnotherapist Theresa Morris serves as a catalyst for her clients, leading them to positive change through different types of hypnosis. The goals of each session depend on the problems at hand—subjects may want to lose weight, manage chronic pain, or lower their stress levels. Theresa also conducts past-life regression therapy, thereby guiding clients toward resolutions for inner, emotional conflicts.
HypnosisWorks clears out the cognitive icebox with hour-long hypnotherapy sessions that inspire self-directed weight loss. Nationally certified master hypnotherapist Subanan Sathiananthan escorts clients through journeys into the mind that tweak the inner drives, reversing problematic behavioral patterns such as overeating and robbing bakery trucks during multiple sessions that gradually instill techniques the subject can try on his or her own. Contrary to widespread hypnosis myths, shiny pocket watches do not lull subjects into a hypnotic states, but instead the subjects will themselves into hyper-attentive trance in which they heed the soft suggestions of the hypnotherapist. Sessions transpire within the centre's elegant treatment space similar to a doctor's office featuring Victorian design hints, including a relaxing marble fireplace, bamboo hardwood floors, and airy 12-foot ceilings that allow for free-floating thought bubbles.