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Winter Classes at Whatcom Community College
Self-hypnosis for Powerful Change January 30, 2021
Self hypnosis works with your natural ability to enter a state of relaxed but focused concentration. Explore self-hypnosis as a way to reach your goals. It’s a deceptively simple self-care technique to support a new habit or break an old one, deal with pain or anxiety, or improve your work or athletic performance–and best of all, the only side effect is relaxation!
New Classes at Whatcom Community College
Hypnosis for Anxiety and Stress Management February 2021
Anxiety, worry, and stress affect us even in the best of times; in difficult times, anxiety can seem insurmountable. And we know chronic stress can trigger a host of health problems. This workshop will give you practical tools to weather anxiety’s impact: from simple exercises to interrupt physical tension, mindfulness exercises to establish a new healthy baseline, and, of course, hypnosis recordings to support your progress.
February 2021, two Tuesday sessions, 2/4 and 2/11
Supporting Body Wellness with Hypnosis February 2021
We are still hearing the same old advice about dieting or exercising to lose weight. But, as most of us who’ve been on the diet merry-go-round can attest, dieting alone doesn’t work to keep weight off long-term, or help us develop a healthy, satisfying, and sustainable relationship with food. It’s clear now: everything we thought we knew about weight loss is wrong. Science confirms that deprivation diets don’t work.
But there’s good news, too: it’s within our power to live well and be healthy, not by deprivation dieting, but by changing the way we nourish our bodies and ourselves—and for most of us, weight loss is a welcome side effect. Learn about the many factors behind weight gain, learn how to reverse them–and use hypnosis to make the process relaxing, stimulating, and enjoyable.
February 2021 at Whatcom Community College. Three Wednesday sessions, 2/12, 2/19, and 2/26.
Of course, *results may vary from person to person.