I’m Aileen Baxter
Time to Breathe holistic therapy. Supporting people with chronic pain to live the life they want.
As someone who has chronic pain, I turned to holistic therapy to help me deal with my pain. I developed a mind-body approach combining movement, psychotherapy and mindfulness that helped me overcome my pain.
My approach may be for you if you have been suffering from pain for more than three months, or have the same pain coming back repeatedly.
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“I found the Hypnotherapy Sessions with Aileen very beneficial. Although each exercise was different, I found them very easy to imagine and follow. Aileen voice was very calming throughout, and I felt relaxed and safe. I can easily pull them up in my mind if I need to if I am feeling anxious.”
“I found the sessions very interesting and helpful. We went in-depth about my way of thinking and feeling during the times I feel anxious. Aileen proposed an exercise which was very good and helped me find a way to deal with my worst feelings of anxiety by using the feeling of relief/calmness when it was over. That came on its own by the way Aileen ran the exercise, so it was a good result for me. I felt like there was a definite breakthrough, focusing on a specific task. I would definitely do hypnotherapy again and would definitely recommend it and Aileen to other people who suffer from anxiety or nerves. I enjoyed my sessions. Thank you.”
“There was a warm welcome, calm atmosphere, lovely smells, and comfortable couch. I felt safe. I understood what was happening, and that I was in control at all times. The explanation of the trance like state being like reading a book and getting lost in the storyline rather than being hypnotised made it feel more real to me.
During the last session I was able to create a visualisation which helped me. I found the tapping technique, as a way of interrupting my thoughts, helpful. I would definitely recommend Aileen
You have a really calming voice, you didn't talk to fast and delivered the sessions at a good pace.
I particularly enjoyed the stories about 'the two wolves’, ‘the guest house' and 'the burden' as I felt they were the most relatable to how I have been feeling of late. I also liked the breathing exercises when you concentrate on your breathing and think about putting your thoughts on clouds and letting them float away, that was really helpful. Thank you so much
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