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Mesmerising new conference announcement has hypnotists spellbound
A ground breaking conference drawing on the talents of both hypnotherapists and hypnotists will take place at Queen Mary, University of London on Saturday 4 September 2010.
Organised by celebrated hypnotherapist, performer and author Anthony Jacquin and his creative partner Kev Sheldrake of Head Hacking Ltd, the symposium is already proving its mind power by attracting leading hypnotherapists and hypnotists of street and stage to speak, but is also envisaged as the perfect introduction to hypnosis for those who are drawn to and fascinated by the phenomenal power of the medium. No pendulum swinging is required.
“We are really excited about bringing together experts from all fields of hypnosis,” said Anthony Jacquin. “This will be a rare occasion for hypnotherapists to learn from the stage performers and the performers to learn about therapy.”
Among the hypnotherapists speaking on the day will be Jorgen Rasmussen, maverick and author of Provocative Hypnosis while the renowned magician James Brown will be giving the audience his own unique insight into the realms of performance hypnotism.
Freddie Jacquin (Anthony’s father) will be demonstrating his skills and straightforward approach to eliminating fears and phobias, developed in a career that has already seen him treat over 30,000 clients. James Tripp will explain his fresh approach to hypnosis without trance, showing that it isn't all eyes-closed and sleep.
For full information, details on all the day’s presenters and to purchase tickets, visit the website at www.changephenomena.com Tickets cost £100 per person, with a 10% discount available for bookings made before 31 July. Tickets are strictly limited to 250, so early bookings are advised to avoid disappointment.
Notes to editors
1.change | phenomena will take place from 10am to 7pm on Saturday 4 September 2010 at Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS.
2.Nearest tube station is Stepney Green.
3.change | phenomena is not affiliated with any specific hypnosis body or organisation and is therefore open to all.
4.The conference has been organised by Anthony Jacquin and Kev Sheldrake of Head Hacking Ltd – www.headhacking.com
5.Anthony Jacquin and Kev Sheldrake are available for interview on request.
6.High resolution photographs of all the speakers are available on request.
7.Conference tickets strictly limited to 250.
Photograph and caption: Anthony Jacquin
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