Hypnotherapy is a very safe and relaxing mind therapy that has transformed the lives of many people in a positive way.

How can hypnotherapy help me?

Gouri specialises in Hypnosis for birth, a therapy which can empower you to have a more fulfilling birth experience, free from fear. Hypnotherapy also has a high success rate in treating unwanted habits, weight loss, nerves, sports performance, grief, smoking cessation, stammering and much more.

Why does hypnotherapy work?

Up to 80% of what we do happens without any conscious thought or control. Instead, it’s powered by our subconscious mind. Hypnotherapy accesses the mind at its subconscious level, offering a path of change in which many people experience dramatic results after their first session.

Our Hypnotherapist

Gouri Lal


Dhyp, CHBPP, Reiki Master

Hours at the Clinic:

Please ring the clinic for appointment availability.

To make an appointment please call 0161 446 2533.


£55 per adult session
£50 reduced rate ( Retired / student / not working)
£35 for children

£200 if block booking and paying for 4 sessions (£120 for children)

What happens during a hypnotherapy session?

You will remain fully aware of where you are and will always be in control.

You will sit or lie down and will typically be taken into a deep and pleasant state of relaxation during which suggestions will be presented to you.

Is it safe?

Many people think of hypnosis as being put to sleep, however this is not the case. You will enter a highly relaxed and pleasant state, similar to daydreaming.

Is there any medical or scientific evidence for hypnotherapy?

Yes, research shows that there is more scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy.

In 1999, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a Clinical Review of current medical research on hypnotherapy and relaxation therapies, it concludes:

  • There is good evidence from randomised controlled trials that both hypnosis and relaxation techniques can reduce anxiety particularly that related to stressful situations such as receiving chemotherapy.
  • They are also effective for panic disorders and insomnia, particularly when integrated into a package of cognitive therapy (including, for example, sleep hygiene).
  • A systematic review has found that hypnosis enhances the effects of cognitive behavioural therapy for conditions such as phobia, obesity, and anxiety.

I’ve tried hypnotherapy before and failed, is it worth another try?

Yes. Just because hypnotherapy hasn’t worked for you in the past, it doesn’t mean it won’t work for you now. Building a good rapport between the client and the hypnotherapist is really important so sometimes trying someone new can be very helpful.

Please feel free to contact the clinic if you have any specific concerns or questions about your treatment.