Restorative Hypnosis Practice

Restore Inner Balance
Restorative Hypnosis is a practice using the synergy of four powerful modalities working together to promote growth, change, and healing.
A session is composed of selections from gentle movement (anyone can do it regardless of age or physical ability), breathwork (to calm or balance), visualization (with intention), and self hypnosis (with intention).

A typical class might be:
2 minute energy meditation, 18 minutes of gentle stretching, 15 minutes of breathwork with visualization, 25 minutes relaxing group hypnosis session (find your secret, safe place)
25 minutes of follow the leader Qigong movements, 10 minutes mantra meditation, 20 minutes relaxing group hypnosis session (intention: release stress)
20 minutes gentle stretching, 5 minutes calming breathwork, 35 minutes Yoga Nidra effortless meditation (destress affirmations)
20 minutes of follow the leader Qigong movements, 5 minutes mental balancing breathwork, 35 minutes Yoga Nidra effortless meditation (destress affirmations)

This practice can release deep tensions and holdings in the entire body-mind through profound physical, mental and emotional relaxation.

Learning to relax so profoundly, that you can tap into a higher consciousness, while at the same time, the body can let go of ever-deeper levels of fear and tension that could result in pain and illness.
This can release the gripping hold on limiting beliefs, rigid ideas of self and fixation on unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviors.

In our modern culture, our nervous systems are chronically over-stimulated and remain in an almost constant state of "fight or flight."
The Stress Response often never processes to completion through the Relaxation Response (also known as the “rest and digest” response).
Eventually, this causes damage to our body. Organs and glands have difficulty functioning optimally. Stomach can get ulcers. Gall bladder can start to fail. Disease can appear.
It is no wonder that we are plagued by sleep, digestive, and other stress related disorders.

Is relaxation really the key to changing our damaging behaviors, releasing limiting beliefs about oneself and the world, and healing the body-mind?
The answer is a resounding !! YES !!.

Relaxation does not mean flopping down in front of the TV with a beer and a cigarette, or a glass of wine and a plate of cheese.
It does not mean shopping, or surfing the internet, or eating, or doing drugs, or talking on the telephone, or checking email, or any other of the myriad activities that we humans have come up with to numb and to distract ourselves from our internal discomfort.
To relax means to rest deeply, to restore, to rejuvenate.
I think the definition of relaxation from physics states it clearly, "the restoration of equilibrium following disturbance." (Oxford English Dictionary)

Most of us carry within us the accumulation of a lifetime of the big and little traumas that no one completely escapes.
Because as a society we are not very good at processing and releasing these disturbances, and because we are very good at numbing and distracting ourselves from pain and discomfort, the accumulated stress and tension continue to grow and eventually can lead to, among other negative consequences, uncontrollable rage, panic and anxiety attacks and over-reaction to minor irritations, as well as stress-related illness.

You will learn through discussion and by experience, how very powerful your mind is and how to use this great power to generate the good in your life that you aspire to, rather than allowing chaos and confusion within our mind to control our actions.

You will learn to use gentle movement, meditation, breathwork, self-hypnosis, auto-suggestion and visualization to support your goals and intentions and to aid you throughout your life.

Best part of all, it feels wonderful!!
Contact Ty Arnold
Board Certified Hypnotist

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