If the mind can transform a rainy day's bowl of runny soup into a robust flagon of fresh winter borscht, there are few things it cannot achieve. Today's side deal honors your powerful noggin with a two-hour, one-on-one hypnotherapy session ($225 value) from the bad-habit busters at Mind Matters Restorative Hypnotherapy, plus a custom CD of your session ($20 value) for $110. Break down the toxic tension-building components of your mind while Lisa Hubler or Dale Jaffe spend up to an hour to identifying the negative factors influencing your unwanted feelings and behaviors. Then undergo real-life hypnotherapy for the rest of the session that will cleanse your psyche and leave you ready to take on the world free of such vices as smoking, poor eating habits, restless sleeping patterns, and a love of paint chips.
At Wheel of Wellbeing, experienced therapists and integrative medicine professionals team up to help patients balance their mind, body, and spirit. In order to strive toward that goal, their services range from hypnotherapy with certified hypnotherapist Meredith Locher to psychotherapy with Drs. Daniel Sadigh and Stan Friedman. Other popular treatments include acupuncture, massage therapy, and nutrition counseling. To get started, new patients can take Wheel of Wellbeing's free online life-balance test and post the graded copy to their fridges.
Growing up in New Zealand, Robin Hall forged a natural connection with the soaring mountains and lush forests that surrounded him. He came to appreciate an active life lived outdoors. Now, as a life coach and personal trainer, he helps others forge a similar connection. Whether taught one-on-one or in a group setting, his workouts blend a mix of motivation, daily adventures, and challenging physical exertion.
To Janet Montgomery, widely disparate problems such as smoking addiction, stress, and insomnia all have a common root cause—subconscious disharmony. With a range of hypnosis techniques, including guided imagery and neuro-linguistic programming, Janet supplants negative associations buried deep in the brain with positive messages that help her clients overcome bad habits or compulsive behaviors.