MANAGING PAIN WITH HYPNOSIS
Managing pain by directing conscious thoughts with hypnotherapy techniques is one of the most powerfull methods for pain management in alternative healing today.
This is a One Day Workshop (9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
Fee: $450.00 plus HST
Learn the techniques to manage the mental gates to our pain.
• Pain scripts and inductions
• Ultra depth deepening
• Understanding Secondary Gain
• Managing the mind over pain
• Demos and in class practice
Empower your clients to improve their quality of life by controlling their life. It's very rewarding skill you won't want to be without. Pain is an uncomfortable feeling that tells you something may be wrong in your body. It's your body's way of sending a warning to your brain. Your spinal cord and nerves provide the pathway for messages to travel to and from your brain and the other parts of your body.
Receptor nerve cells in and beneath your skin sense heat, cold, light, touch, pressure, and pain. You have thousands of these receptor cells, most sense pain and the fewest sense cold. When there is an injury to your body these tiny cells send messages along nerves into your spinal cord and then up to your brain.
We all have encountered pain at some point in our lives, mental or physical, sometimes it's an injury that's physically healed yet chronic pain still remains, because physical pain can be brought on by negative mental thoughts consciously or unconsciously that don't allow us let go of that pain. The mind is a very powerful tool that has the potential to manage the mind/body connection. Through results oriented hypnosis techniques we can easily reduce or even eliminate certain types of chronic pain.
Always be sure to consult with your doctor first when you have pain.
After you have completed the NGH level 1 & 2 hypnotherapy certification
(Included Pain Management)
Then you can option to to the next level of overcoming more serious pain mangement interventions.
In the Pain level 3 program we deal with cancer patients, Fibromyalgia (is a common syndrome in which people experience long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, sleep problems etc. and much more.
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