The Nikki behind Nikki’s Nature, Nikki Sleath has been a physical therapist for nearly two decades. In that time, she has discovered a passion for holistic health, and for keeping the connection between mind, body, and spirit strong. So at Nikki’s Nature, she concentrates on doing just that in a relaxing healing space. Nikki spends her days delivering Reiki, hypnosis, and physical therapy—all treatments cut from a holistic cloth. She even sells handmade, natural products, such as candles and aromatherapy blends, so that clients don't have to set a bouquet of roses ablaze every time they want to look at a flame and smell something pleasant.
Little did Dr. Jan Iyengar know that visiting a homeopathic doctor 45 years ago would not only cure his asthma, but it would also stir a passion for homeopathy that’s guided the rest of his career.
Since breathing easier, he’s become a nationally certified massage therapist, homeopathic consultant, and board-certified hypnotherapist. Inside Body-Mind Wellness Center, Dr. Iyengar harnesses his advanced training in modalities including sports massage, trigger-point therapy, and myofascial release to help bodies drain metabolic waste and improve range of motion. His hypnotherapy sessions also open up his patients’ subconscious minds to suggestion, helping them gain control over the negative feelings that lead to addiction, overeating, and strongly worded letters to the editor about fire-hydrant placement.
Presence of Wellness is a haven of holistic health coaching, Ayurvedic yoga, cooking instruction, and lifestyle guidance. By fueling bodies with good nutrition and clean-burning energy, owner Simone Cameron hopes to bring balance and peace to her clients’ lives. Simone holds many qualifications in the realms of yoga teaching and the alternative therapies of Ayurveda.
Certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, John Ramsay, certified hypnotherapist works to empower patients by facilitating communication with the subconscious mind. After clients enter a trance, suggestions are given on a level below the conscious mind, often leading to change without struggle.
A woman’s relationship ends, and she finds herself on the couch with a pint of ice cream; a college student is nervous for his upcoming midterm, so he stuffs his face with chips and candy. Lauren, owner and founder of The Hungry Heart, relates to these all too common scenarios, as she knows firsthand what binge eating feels like. But more importantly, she knows what it feels like to put an end to bad habits. At the Hungry Heart, she and her staff lead one-on-one hypnotherapy and nutritional counseling sessions designed to break compulsive gorging and yo-yo dieting so clients can lose weight and fall into normal eating patterns.
Certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, Bob Martel helps his clients to reach their full potential by guiding them to a heightened mental state of awareness and relaxation. By building a rapport with clients, Bob is able to make the positive suggestions that help them to address ailments such as anxiety, low self-esteem, and stage fright. Hypnosis can also mitigate specific urges such as overeating or smoking. For skeptics, Bob willingly debunks common stereotypes about the practice, stressing that people cannot be hypnotized against their will, get stuck in a daydream-like state, or reveal the secret combination to their dream diary.