Hyp­nother­apy for new be­gin­nings

Warragul & Drouin Gazette - - LOCAL LIVING -

As we have now moved into this New Year, per­haps it's a time to re­flect and think about new be­gin­nings, changes, let­ting go of what doesn't serve, start­ing afresh.

As you con­sider this, what would you like to let go of, what is hold­ing you back, what is it time to be free of?

Hyp­nother­apy is an av­enue that helps you move into the un­der­stand­ing of what is lim­it­ing you from be­ing the best you can be and all that you de­serve to be.

The process of hyp­nother­apy cre­ates the path­way to the place where the an­swers are. The place where the an­swers are is within you.

Hyp­nother­apy can help you with re­gard to quit­ting smok­ing; weight man­age­ment; anx­i­ety; stress; re­la­tion­ship is­sues (past and present); in­som­nia; grief and loss; ad­dic­tion; pho­bias; per­sonal growth and more.

Jane Ja­cobs is qual­i­fied with a Diploma in Ap­plied Clin­i­cal Hyp­nother­apy, Diploma of Coun­selling and is also a mem­ber of the Aus­tralian As­so­ci­a­tion of Clin­i­cal Hyp­nother­apy and Psy­chother­apy (AACHP) and has been sup­port­ing clients to be their best for over 10 years.

A typ­i­cal ses­sion is ap­prox­i­mately 2 hours which gives you plenty of time to talk with Jane, to move through the Hyp­nother­apy ex­pe­ri­ence and to talk again after­ward. You de­serve this time and at­ten­tion.

If you have any ques­tions, please feel free to con­tact Jane on 0408 173 008 or email [email protected] For more in­for­ma­tion, please see web­site jane­ja­cobs.com.au

Tai Chi and Qigong of­fer a form of ex­er­cise that is both ben­e­fi­cial to the body and to the mind.

It’s tran­quil, grace­ful ex­er­cises im­prove fit­ness with­out im­pact­ing on the joints.

The linked se­quences of move­ments or “Form” are per­formed at a slow and con­trolled pace, with deep con­cen­tra­tion and di­aphrag­matic breath­ing.

The move­ments are de­signed to im­prove bal­ance, co-or­di­na­tion, strength and flex­i­bil­ity.

The beauty is that it is ap­pro­pri­ate for all ages.

Tai Chi was tra­di­tion­ally se­lected as a means of ex­er­cise for those who could not par­tic­i­pate in more vig­or­ous sports due to in­jury or ill­ness.

Nowa­days with a va­ri­ety of forms to learn, Tai Chi has wide ap­peal, in­clud­ing the young and very fit.

Tai Chi stu­dents find that by un­der­stand­ing the martial arts ap­pli­ca­tions of the moves they are learn­ing helps make sense of the move­ments.

The fo­cus of Qigong is mostly for health and is based on the sys­tem tra­di­tional Chi­nese medicine.

Whether you choose to do Tai Chi or Qigong the health ben­e­fits are very sim­i­lar and will be­come a daily re­ju­ve­na­tion of your mind and body.

Sifu Chris Everett, Senior In­struc­tor and Si Hing Bradley Jarvis at the Golden Lion Academy’s West Gipp­s­land branch are of­fer­ing Tai Chi classes for be­gin­ners start­ing Fe­bru­ary 4th at War­ragul North Pri­mary school gym 7:00 Mon­day evenings.

Qigong classes are con­tin­u­ing on Wed­nes­day evenings at 6:30, be­gin­ners wel­come.

To find out more visit www.taichigi­pandp­s­land.com.au . For in­quiries about classes ring 5625 2155.

Jane Ja­cobs is qual­i­fied with a Diploma in Ap­plied Clin­i­cal Hyp­nother­apy & Coun­selling.

Sifu Chris Everett, senior in­struc­tor and Si Hing Bradley Jarvis at the Golden Lion Academy’s West Gipp­s­land branch of­fer­ing classes for be­gin­ners.

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