Self-Hypnosis For Relaxation: An Introduction with Michael

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Hypnosis can be utilised in a myriad of ways to enhance your life, relationships and to support others, and while it has so many misunderstandings surrounding it, its basic principles are much simpler than you would imagine. This session will provide a simple introduction to what hypnosis is, and isn’t, with a focus on utilising self hypnosis to guide our own relaxation. We’ll explore the general structure and different approaches to self-hypnosis, and cover what it can and can’t do. For those feeling comfortable, we’ll run through a group approach to demonstrate how to achieve self hypnosis for relaxation.

Hypnosis is something that is best understood with some background theory and context, and then by experiencing it for yourself.

What we will cover?

In this class, you will cover:

  • What hypnosis is and isn’t
  • What it can and can’t do (it can never override your own will)
  • A simple group-based hypnosis (if you choose to participate) to demonstrate techniques and impact. You are welcome to follow along and observe if you prefer.
  • Simple techniques that can be used for self hypnosis, or for others, to induce a more relaxed state.
  • Different
    ways you can learn more
  • Important points for honing hypnosis skills


  • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
  • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees 
  • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request

Who will be teaching? 

Michael (he/him) has been learning hypnosis for over 30 years and brings a pragmatic, scientific approach from his Engineering degree and management consulting experience. He currently uses hypnosis as one of many techniques as a Life Coach, Relationship Counsellor and workshop facilitator to support people create more of what they really want in their life.

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