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> Are you struggling with stage fright and putting yourself out there?  

> Are you nervous and feeling overwhelmed by your next audition or performance? 

> Do you have creative blocks or are just feel stuck?

> Do you find it is hard to concentrate and be in the zone?

> Do you fear failure or success?

Hypnotherapy is an amazing proven method to help you to overcome all these common concerns. Everyone can benefit from hypnosis but for performers, singers and artists it’s even more powerful and can change your life and career forever. If you need to overcome a habit or phobia, reduce anxiety, or perform at your best, hypnosis can help you achieve your ideal thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.


Hypnosis is a deep state of relaxation with an acute focus. 

You actually go through hypnosis when you fall asleep and when you awaken. Everyone can be hypnotized. However, you have to be a willing participant. Hypnosis cannot make you do anything or say anything you would not want to- You are always in control. 

The subconscious comprises nearly 90% of the mind and is purely reactive; devoid of logic, reason, and willpower. Commencing at birth, learned associations that can produce lifelong reactions are made.  For example, if you had a fearful encounter with a dog as a child, you will continue to react fearfully towards dogs though on a conscious level you know this reaction is not warranted.  Despite logic, reason, and willpower, less than optimal reactions to given situations will continue to occur in any number of scenarios.  To compound things, we are often unaware of our reactions e.g. Anxiety triggered by the subconscious to indicate something feels off although we might not consciously associate these feelings with anything. As hypnotherapists, we delve into the subconscious to suggest and ultimately create new associations that are in line with our conscious desires. Hypnotic suggestions are empirical; formulated from our discussions together and although there is no formal guarantee, our work can be potent and potentially life-altering. 



  • Singers

  • Instrumentalists
  • Actors
  • Athletes
  • Dancers
  • Broadcasters
  • Public Speakers
  • Business Professionals
  • Sales People


  • Confidence

  • Focus

  • Memorization

  • Motivation

  • Auditions

  • Handling criticism

  • Discouragement & burnout

  • Positive thinking

  • Getting "in the zone" more quickly and reliably

  • Creative blocks

  • Other life events that affect performance (ex: stress, sleep, weight, habits)

  • Public speaking

  • Business presentations

  • Sales

  • Musical and theatrical performances

  • Athletics

  • Fear of failure and fear of success


First, we would schedule a pre-hypnosis session call to identify the limiting beliefs and the core of what you are struggling with (30 minutes long).

Second, we would schedule the hypnosis session where I will lead you into an alpha state and plant positive wanted feelings and behaviors (60 minutes long). 

Last, we would schedule a follow-up session to (30 minutes total).


1. Can it be done online? Yes, it is as equally powerful and effective online as in person. All you need to have is access to Wifi, a quiet place where you will not be distracted, and a set of headphones. 


2. How many sessions do I need? Typically one session is focused on one particular issue for maximum results. Many of my clients are doing one hypnosis session once a month, each time focused on a different issue. 


3. Does hypnosis work? Yes, hypnotherapy works. Professional organizations have consistently reported on the value of hypnotherapy. The British Medical Association has been formally studying and verifying it since 1892.

In the 1950s, both the British Medical Association and the American Medical Association confirmed the efficacy of hypnotherapy as official policy. They claimed: “For the past hundred years there has been an abundance of evidence that psychological and physiological changes could be produced by hypnotism which was worth study on their own account, and also that such changes might be of great service in the treatment of patients.”

In 2001, the British Psychological Society reported that: “Enough studies have now accumulated to suggest that the inclusion of hypnotic procedures may be beneficial in the management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry, and psychotherapy.”

4. Are you certified? Yes, I'm a certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and authorized by the International Board of Coaches and Practitioners. 

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