Health Perspectives ~ All About Hypnosis
An evening focusing on the science of hypnosis with certified hypnotherapist Michelle Hale
Join Michelle for a talk that offers a brief history of hypnosis and a look at neurobiology and the effects upon it via the use of hypnosis. She will also address the Electromagnetic Field and Quantum Field that are affected by thought. She will end the evening with a quick relaxing induction for those who want to participate.
About the speaker
For Michelle Hale, CHt., life learning was not based in the world of mind body connection, but within building of another kind. High-end condos, houses, and apartments were her calling as a construction superintendent for more than 27 years. Later in her career, she sought out a hypnotist to assist with health issues that the medical world could not seem to fix or find a reason for. After one hypnosis session, she saw and felt an improvement in her body. Problem fixed -- no drugs, no more tests. In 2005 Michelle decided to pursue something she knew could change lives, and help others. After graduating from National Hypnotherapy Training Center in 2005, she never looked back. Michelle works with hospitals and wellness centers as well as her own private practice clients.Michelle specializes in, Nero Linguistics Programming, Psychoneuroimmunology, Pain Relief Specialist, Clinical Application of Hypnosis, Light and Sound Tech, Mind and Body Healing (Dr. Emmett Miller), Painless Child Birth (Christian Wieldsinger), Balancing Emotions with C. Norman Shealy M.D. Ph.d, Energy Medicine with C. Norman Shealy M.D. Ph.D, and EFT. Michelle is a sixth-generation Routt County local whose great great grandfather was one of the first settlers in Hayden. and a county commissioner from 1882 to 1884. The town of Hayden was platted from his ranch. Michelle's roots, and her passion, run deep.
About the library's Health Perspecitves Series
This is an ongoing, once-in-an-occasional series of talks, workshops and films that brings together professional expertise in nutrition, exercise and general health for free community programs at the Bud Werner Memorial Library.