Banish Anxiety and Improve Performance with Hypnosis




Andrew Stiles

Andrew Stiles, a certified hypnotist with the National Guild of Hypnotists and owner of Relief Hypnosis, is also an adjunct professor at John Tyler Community College where he has taught student development classes for 10 years. In teaching so many freshmen, he realized a need for helping his students with test-taking anxiety. Stiles found that teaching his students self-hypnosis techniques and mindfulness helped improve their test scores and overall college experience.

        Stiles, a life-long athlete, fly fishing instructor and golf and squash coach, also found that hypnosis and visualization can help athletes improve their game-day performance. Stiles specializes in smoking cessation, weight loss, test-taking anxiety and sports performance hypnosis. He uses hypnosis, positive visualization and relaxation techniques to help clients overcome obstacles and realize their highest potential.

For appointments, call 804-389-0812. For more information, email Andrew.Stiles@verizon.net.

 

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