Father’s Day is almost here. Looking for a Gift for the Special Men in Your Life?
Here are some ideas for those that love to golf – A round of golf at their favorite course. Golf or tennis lessons with a pro. A gym membership for improved fitness, strength and flexibility to avoid injury and improve their game…. Or, For a Unique Gift –
A Session of ‘Hypnotherapy for Improved Golf.’
Golf is Exercise for the Body and the Brain. For those that don’t think of golf as exercise, think again. Golf entails walking, balance, flexibility and coordination for the body. Plus mental focus and concentration for the mind.
Walk the Course – for more exercise walk and enjoy the natural surroundings of Cape Ann. Incorporate ‘walking meditation’ from ball-to-ball and hole-to-hole for added health benefits.
Research shows that just a half-hour of moderately intense exercise a day can improve your health and extend your life.
Hypnotherapy to Improve Your Golf Game. Recent study shows that “hypnosis may positively control emotions, thoughts, feelings, and perceptions. Hypnosis can help you feel more relaxed, confident and in control. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11219648
Golf is a Mental Game – Relax, Visualize, Believe and SUCCEED!
This hypnotherapy program from Dreamtime Wellness™ is for golfers wanting to
- Feel more comfortable on the course
- Improve your score
- Lower your handicap
- Relax, and have More FUN!
Discounted Gift Certificates Available Through Monday, June 20th. To Order – Call 978-283-4258 or Email: info@DreamtimeWellness.com. Gift Certificates can be sent via email for faster delivery. Contact us for details.
Gift certificate is for a private one-on-one session of hypnotherapy. In this session you will learn simple techniques for relaxation and self-hypnosis and receive a recording for ongoing reinforcement.
SAVE $20.00 when you purchase a gift certificate by June 20th. Mention GMG and SAVE $10.00 YEAR ROUND when you purchase a gift certificate. *Dreamtime Wellness™ Gift Certificates can be applied to other services and hypnotherapy sessions can be used towards other healthy positive goals.
(Note: some restrictions for hypnosis apply. Contact us with any questions.)
For more information on health benefits of golf and benefits of exercise overall – http://www.health.harvard.edu/press_releases/golf_exercise
Incorporate a training program to avoid injury. Study shows that “Implementing a training program that includes flexibility, strength, and power training with correction of faulty swing mechanics will help the golfer reduce the likelihood of injury and improve overall performance.”
Golf opportunities on Cape Ann –
- Bass Rocks Golf Club. Gloucester MA
- Cape Ann Golf Club. Essex MA
- Rockport Golf Club. Rockport MA
For more information on golfing on Cape Ann – http://capeannvacations.com/wordpress/golf-gloucester/
However You Celebrate This Father’s Day, Enjoy a Beautiful Day. ~ Karen
Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N., Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Teacher/Shihan, Tobacco Treatment Specialist. In addition to a private wellness business, Karen has been employed as the RN/Reiki Provider and Hypnotherapist at NSMC, RN/Reiki Provider at Mass General Cancer Center (Danvers and Boston,) and currently is the RN/Reiki Provider at Lahey Danvers Outpatient Center/for the Pain Management Integrative Healthcare. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness™ Since 2000. Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit. More information can be found at –www.DreamtimeWellness.com. Follow on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dreamtime-Wellness-/348619611849199
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