Pay R122.50 for one hypnotherapy session with a certified hypnotherapist at Salt and Breeze, valued at R350 (save 65%)
- Save 65% on one hypnotherapy session with a certified hypnotherapist
- Peaceful and relaxing atmosphere
- Qualified and friendly hypnotherapist
- Ideal as a gift or for yourself
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Booking essential: 083 268 0520
Most people deal with their stress and anxiety in different ways; some people play golf or unwind with a good book. Certain people who can’t deal with pressure might find themselves standing with their heads in a freezer or chewing on a carpet. With hypnotherapy at Salt and Breeze you can start overcoming your worries and fears with your first hypnosis session for R122.50.
Therapeutic hypnotherapy is a harmless and natural effective form of therapy. Therapeutic hypnosis can achieve incredible results across an extensive range of both physical and psychological concerns. If exam or work stress is making you feel like a Ping-Pong ball bouncing off walls, this treatment will help resolve your problems.
In a safe environment hypnosis employs both conscious and subconscious resources for self-healing and growth. Through harnessing your mind’s full capacities while you’re in a trance-state, you and your therapist will join forces to help stimulate the changes you desire and to adopt them. While under hypnosis you’ll never do anything that goes against your character and ethics, so if you’re not one who generally likes to lick windowpanes, you won’t while you’re in a trance.
Some people are more susceptible to hypnosis than others. This means that should you be able to go into a trance under the guidance of a hypnotherapist, you’ll be more ‘open’ to suggestions, therefore you’ll be able to address and overcome any personal problems that might cause you discomfort.
Brain Fact: Scientists have determined that people who love to eat strawberries might one day, with the right technology, be able to use mind control to move objects and turn water into steam.