“An external teacher is there to help you to find your internal teacher.”
- Frans Steine
Are you feeling stressed? Does stress stop you from enjoying your life?
Manage Stress & Anxiety
Stress is defined as a situation in which you are challenged beyond your ability to adapt. The challenge may be physical such as a virus, or psychological such as strong feelings of fear, guilt or anger. Stress is also defined as any type of change that causes physical, emotional or psychological strain. However, not all types of stress are harmful or even negative. Positive stress is a motivator, and once we are motivated, we become unstoppable. Negative stress is the stress we feel when we are worried, anxious, frustrated, angry or afraid. Too much negative stress has become an epidemic and leads to physical and mental harm. In fact, it’s estimated that as many as 90% of doctor’s visits are for symptoms that are at least partially stress-related.
Hypnotherapy helps with healing and controlling negative stress and anxiety.
Does anxiety make you freeze in fear? Does anxiety wear you down?
Anxiety “is defined as an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear, often marked by physiological signs (such as sweating, tension, and increased pulse), by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt about one's capacity to cope with it.”
Hypnotherapy will assist you in healing the ‘root’ of the stress and anxiety and teach you techniques that will allow you to de-stress in the moment.
Call Rosa today for a complimentary consultation.
“Stress Buster Seminars” are available for groups of any size.
“Rosa, you have such a magical quality to your voice and the positive, powerful vibrations that come from your presence are so healing. I’m so glad that my guardian angel sent me to you.”
“I found the relaxation/hypnosis techniques to be the most worthwhile. The imagery really helps decrease tension, along with your soothing voice.” (Stress Buster)
“I felt a sense of complete calmness at the end of the session. I also felt a sense of complete hope that I will be able to manage my stress.”