Com­edy hyp­no­tist to cast his spell

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

COM­EDY hyp­no­tist Wayne Don­nelly will have the Whit­sun­days in stitches this week­end when he brings his bizarre show to the re­gion.

The com­edy hyp­no­sis shows that Wayne, who will per­form at the Whit­sun­day Arts and Cul­tural Cen­tre on Satur­day night, has de­vel­oped in­clude a range of rou­tines that de­light and as­tound au­di­ences, from limbs be­ing stuck and hu­man bridges to rock star re­vivals and am­ne­sia.

From Woy Woy, NSW, Wayne’s pas­sion for hyp­no­sis was sparked in 1996 af­ter ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a fire­walk with An­thony Rob­bins.

While walk­ing on fire was an ex­pe­ri­ence in it­self, what re­ally inspired him was how one man on a stage man­aged to con­vince 1800 peo­ple to go out­side and walk across pits of lava.

From this point Wayne ded­i­cated him­self to learn­ing the skills of hyp­no­sis and NLP, test­ing his pow­ers on fam­ily, work­mates and clients.

The power of the mind was fur­ther il­lus­trated to Wayne in 2005 when a ma­jor back in­jury al­most re­sulted

FUNNY MAN: Com­edy hyp­no­tist Wayne Don­nelly will per­form at the WACC this week­end.

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