Find out how hypnotherapy will help you achieve, and sustain, your ideal weight by re-balancing your unconscious relationship with food.

Watch my video and book a FREE session to discover how exactly hypnosis will help you with your weight struggles.


Hypnosis For Weight Loss

It can be very hard to lose weight and to keep it off. But what if there was an easier way? Can hypnosis be used for weight loss? If so, how does it work and how long does it take to change your bad habits?

Benefits Of A Free Hypnosis Session

During this free 15-minute hypnosis session I will help you regress to find the root cause of your emotional connection to food and re-establish a healthy mind-body balance.

After this initial consultation, we will together put in place a carefully designed hypnosis plan, to reinforce the new concepts and habits. Eating will once again be a source of energy and enjoyment, not a guilt trip. And as a result, you will:

  • Eat when you are hungry and only as much as your body needs
  • Recognise the signals your body sends when it’s full and you will not be tempted to ignore them
  • Stop obsessing about calories and you will no longer need to diet
  • Recognise the triggers that cause you to overeat and easily combat cravings in moments of weakness
  • Be happy with your body image and have a rational attitude to nutrition

“At work, I avoid my enemy – the vending machine!”

“I’m feeling full all day and I don’t eat anymore in the evenings”

“I am motivated to exercise – I get off the bus one stop earlier and walk the remaining distance”

Robert Biegala

Business Owner

“I fell in love with salads!”

“I find it easy to stick to my daily eating routine - it’s not a problem anymore”.

“I don’t get sugar cravings anymore”.

Jowita Grajcar

Financial Advisor

“When shopping at my local supermarket, I somehow didn’t go down the sweets isle, so I didn’t buy any. No idea how it happened?!”

“I drink much more water”.


“I don’t feel guilty when I leave food on the plate”

Jackie Simpson

Nurse

Ready To Address And Rationalise Your Attitude To Food?