Will I be asleep or Will I lose Control in Hypnosis?

You will not be asleep or unconscious, in fact you can communicate with the therapist while under hypnosis if necessary.  No body loses control under hypnosis, you are always in control and you cannot do anything in hypnosis you do not want to do. You are gently guided by your hypnotherapist into a deep comfortable level of relaxation and given positive beneficial suggestions that move you toward your goal.

We can help you with:

Weight Management, and Eating Disorders, Smoking Cessation, Anxiety, Phobias, Pain Management, Academic Performance, Athletic Performance, Age and Past Life Regression, Ego-Strengthening, Self-esteem, and more.

What is Hyposis?

Hypnosis is a bridge to the subconscious mind.  The subconscious is the seat of the emotions.  Is  natural, state of mind that altered awareness and increased suggestibility.  It is a relaxed state of mind. You always experience hypnosis.   Watching TV, and  each night before you fall asleep.

Is Hypnosis safe?

Hypnosis is an effective safe induction. You cannot get stuck in hypnosis you cannot do anything under hypnosis that you do not want to do.  It is such a pleasant and relaxed  experience.

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is using for Pain management, Anxiety, Phobias, self-improvement, PTSD, and much more.  Conrad, as a certified Hypnotherapist, can help you with your permission through hypnosis, and using proven technics,  to change your negative programming, such as unwanted habits or fears, to desirable behaviors, so you can live the life that you always wanted to live


It may surprise you to know that hypnosis is a natural, relaxed state of mind that often occurs in our everyday lives. The technical definition of hypnosis is œa state of altered awareness and increased suggestibility.   But you might know it as something else.

When you are watching a movie, or a novel, or you just went through intersection and you forgot if it was,  red or green light, while you went through it, you are experiencing common forms of hypnosis.  You also experience hypnosis each night, in that snoozing state before you fall asleep. Think of any concentrated focused, or thoughtful task you perform, it i™s likely to be an example of hypnosis


     The relevance  of


Hypnotherapy can be regression to

facilitate more thorough and lasting


The work can be so powerful, that major changes from a few sessions of regressions are typically immediate and yield long-term transformation.