Life is a cooperation of inner and outer transformation. While Heart Journey work and Heart Meditations can be great for shifting the inner landscape, there is great wisdom in complimenting that work by actively working with your outer world–your body, your environment, even your understanding of the dynamics of the outer world. The following practitioners are ones that I know, trust and can wholeheartedly recommend. Most of them I go to myself. This isn’t to say that there aren’t other fabulous practitioners out there, just that these are the ones that I know, trust and refer people to. All are Asheville based, but those with an asterisk* can do sessions over the phone or remotely (not in person.)
Katie Hamilton 828-707-2590 website
Theta Michele Drivon 828-712-2804 website
(I specifically recommend getting a North/South Node reading done to give you insight into what you are here to overcome and what you are here to create on a soul/heart level)
*Liz Gunn (828) 702-1197 website
Dr. Jenn Cournoyer 828-230-7253 website
*Tayria Ward 828-329-0853 website
Melissa Cope 828-450-4555 website
Alithea Gailliot 828-713-7702 website
Julie Eberhardt 828-713-7702 website
*MaryJoy Fratianni 828–505-0176 website
Are You Ready to Say Yes! to Life?
I’m no longer accepting new clients and recommend you contact the amazing Kevin Peer who also does heart-oriented hypnosis in person and over the phone.
You can find him at Inner Alliance . net
***Kristine Madera is a Certified Clinical Hypnotist and Hypno-Coach
***North Carolina has not adopted education or training standards for the practice of hypnotism, and so the statement of credential is for informational purposes only. Hypnotism is a self-regulating profession and licensed under the “Healing Arts” license issued by the State of North Carolina. In addition, the State of North Carolina only allows the term “therapist” to be used in conjunction with hypnotism for those who hold licenses specific to the medical and mental health fields. This is why I often use the term Clinical Hypnotist rather than Clinical Hypnotherapist while practicing in North Carolina. I am not a licensed health care provider and may not provide a medical diagnosis nor recommend that a client discontinue medically prescribed treatment.