At Wisconsin Hypnosis, a team of experienced hypnosis professionals help clients tap into the subconscious to unlock hidden potential, demolish mental blocks, and conquer fears. Through a well-trained unhypnotizing of the brain, hypnotherapists help patients find the motivation to stop smoking, lose weight, tackle work projects with a renewed vigor, or build confidence when speaking in public.
Certified colon hydrotherapist Dr. Barry Wachs, whose detoxing services have been profiled in Style magazine, clears and cleanses the body's lowermost tributaries through gentle irrigation. The discreet, hygienic facilities at The Colon Therapy Center include private treatment rooms and bathrooms, disposable plastic accessories, and plumbing that emits filtered water as pure as Snow White's thoughts. Dr. Wachs also helps clients rid their bodies of poisons with ionic footbaths, which employ ionic and low-voltage energy to banish internal detritus into the basin's roiling currents.
Marcella McMahon is a hypnotherapist, author, motivational speaker, and life coach. Though she works in a wide array of disciplines, her efforts have a common goal?to help people access their inner greatness and unlock their potential. Her specialties include traditional hypnotherapy, past-life regression, and spiritual regression. Clients come to her for help with stress management, weight loss, insomnia, and emotional concerns. You can even work on these issues at home via recordings on McMahon?s website.
As a clinical medical and pediatric hypnotherapist, Loretta Holt helps people of all ages overcome unhealthy habits and feel more confident. She uses hypnosis as a behavior-modification tool to rid her clients? subconscious minds of the bad habits that impede progress. Holt deeply relaxes her clients before helping them to address issues such as depression, stuttering, or a tendency to make impulse buys while sleepwalking.
Jennifer Nannie of Inner-Path Hypnotherapy helps her clients achieve harmony of mind, body, and soul. She works to dissolve their inner conflicts through hypnotherapy sessions, which aim to access the subconscious during states of relaxed awareness. The sessions can reduce stress, help control habits, and renew clients’ sense of confidence and creativity.
Bob McCallister's teacher liked to compare a patient's symptom to the tip of a tree branch. Just as the branch can be traced back to its root, a symptom must be traced to its underlying cause?and only by treating the cause will symptoms disappear. Now a master of Oriental medicine, a certified medical qigong practitioner, and a licensed acupuncturist, Bob devotes himself to treating the root of patients? ailments with classic Chinese medicine.
Before administering a single healing technique, Bob examines each patient and draws up a personalized treatment plan. This could involve inserting hair-thin acupuncture needles at specific points of the body to adjust the flow of energy. Bob also prescribes custom herbal formulas to maintain the body?s energetic balance, and he performs medical qigong therapy to combat chronic pain and side effects from chemotherapy.