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What You'll Get
Since the legalization of pocket watches, hypnotists no longer wander the streets convincing dogs to recite the Magna Carta. Plumb the depths of your mind with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$55 for a hypnosis package (a $140 total value)
- Two-hour session (a $120 value)
- Choice of audio recording (a $20 value)<p>
$85 for a hypnosis package with follow-up (a $230 total value) * Two-hour session (a $120 value) * Choice of audio recording (a $20 value) * 90-minute follow-up session (a $90 value)<p>
The audio recording is available as a download or on CD, with a choice from the following: * “Calm, Centeredness, and Peace,” for general relaxation * “Optimum Size, Shape, and Weight,” for weight loss * “Smoking cessation” * “Rediscovery: The True You,” for discovering one’s life purpose<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person,jmay buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Sessions must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Anxiety Free Me
Growing up, Chris Hrabovsky was often told he should become either a radio personality or a hypnotist because of his mellow baritone voice. After a stint as a yoga teacher, he eventually chose the latter, opening his own hypnotherapy practice in 2006. Today, he draws on his multidisciplinary background in Kundalini yoga, neurolinguistic programming, and movement-based Brain Gym techniques to enhance his treatments, which are designed to free clients from the effects of painful or stressful past events.
Chris believes that many of these effects are rooted in a kind of sense memory. During times of high stress or fear, the reasoning goes, even the tiniest sensory inputs, such as the sound of a dog barking, can be deeply imprinted on the mind. When similar sensations reoccur, it can trigger seemingly spontaneous anxiety, even long after the traumatic event. The hypnotist's role, Chris says, is to "wake up" the subconscious, so it realizes that in the present moment there is no reason to fear.
To this end, he starts out most sessions with exercises meant to center the client's consciousness in the present moment and that can also be used to soothe stress in the client's daily life. Only at the end of each session does Chris hypnotize his clients, bringing them into a deep state of semiconsciousness so he can make direct suggestions to the subconscious. These techniques, in the course of multiple sessions, can be tailored to pursue a wide variety of goals including working out deep relational conflicts, quitting smoking, and losing weight.