12 Days of Christmas Gifts


YOUR DAY 12 GIFT – Relieve Insomnia Hypnosis MP3

Enjoy this complimentary relieve insomnia hypnosis MP3 to assist you with your sleep issues.

Please do not listen to this recording while driving or operating machinery.

YOUR DAY 11 GIFT – Quit Drinking Hypnosis MP3




Enjoy this complimentary quit drinking hypnosis MP3 to assist you with your New Year’s Resolutions.

Please do not listen to this recording while driving or operating machinery.

YOUR DAY 10 GIFT – Little Known Secrets To Eliminate Stress







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YOUR DAY 9 GIFT – Quit Smoking Hypnosis MP3

Stop Smoking Hypnotherapy Fremantle

Enjoy this complimentary quit smoking hypnosis MP3 to assist you with your New Year’s Resolutions.

Please do not listen to this recording while driving or operating machinery.


YOUR DAY 8 GIFT – $30 voucher from New Dimension Vitality

“Merry Christmas”

Use this coupon between 1st and 21st January 2018 to receive $30 off your next Hypnotherapy session or package (existing hypnotherapy clients only)

Use this discount coupon between 1st January 2018 and 31st January 2018 and receive $30 off.

You can use this discount on any of our hypnotherapy services.

Discount only valid upon presentation of voucher and coupon must be quoted at time of booking.


YOUR DAY 7 GIFT – Weight Loss Hypnosis MP3

Enjoy this complimentary weight loss hypnosis MP3 to assist you with your New Year’s Resolutions.

Please do not listen to this recording while driving or operating machinery.

YOUR DAY 6 GIFT – $50 voucher from New Dimension Vitality

“Merry Christmas”

Use this coupon between 1st and 21st January 2018 to receive $50 off your first time session with a new therapy (ie. one of our therapies that you have not tried before).

Use this discount coupon between 1st January 2018 and 31st January 2018 and receive $50 off.

You can use this discount on any of our services that you have not used before. You can also give a coupon to family and friends.

Discount only valid upon presentation of voucher and coupon must be quoted at time of booking.



YOUR DAY 5 GIFT – Emotional Stress Defusion Technique

What is Emotional  or Daily Stress Defusion?

Defusion means learning to step back or detach from unhelpful thoughts and worries and memories: instead of getting caught up in your thoughts, or pushed around by them, or struggling to get rid of them, you learn how to let them come and go – as if they were just cars driving past outside your house

Defusion involves distancing, disconnecting or seeing thoughts and feelings for what they are (streams of words, passing sensations), not what they say they are (dangers or facts).

See below for a simple, effective method to defuse emotions, stress, overwhelm, negative thoughts etc

Daily Stress Defusion Technique:

The following simple emotional stress defusion procedure is offered as a means to reduce the stress in your life. All you have to do is use it, regularly.

When issues arise at work or home that are stressful, just take two to five minutes and complete the following procedure.

  1. Touch your heels together while thinking of the stressful situation (get the feel of it).
  2. Then hold your own forehead and occiput (back of head) and take your feet apart about 45 centimetres.

  1. Continue frontal occipital holding until pulses appear equally on both sides of your forehead.
  2. Put your feet together.
  3. Reassess how you now feel about that previously stressful situation. You will often find a significant change in your feeling about what happened.
  4. Now take a deep breath, smile and get back to whatever you were originally doing.

You can make it a habit to do this procedure every morning and every night visualising calm, stress free day or use it as needed in stressful situations.

(You can just hold the two ESR points on your forehead if you are busy, in a crowded situation or find it physically difficult to undertake the Frontal Occipital Holding – see image below)

YOUR DAY 4 GIFT – Chakra Meditation


Meditation makes YOU the modern day Alchemist.
It helps you to relax, stay focused and learn that thoughts and emotions are like clouds that come and go.
The act of meditation has no value, the state of meditation is what has value, it helps you function at a higher level and activates you.

Click Here or on image above to download the Chakra Meditation.

20 Minutes a day of chakra meditation is all it takes to keep your chakras balanced.


The chakras are important centers of energy that appear throughout your body.
For thousands of years, keeping the chakras in balance has been linked to maintaining mental and physical well-being.
Through chakra meditation, you can improve the balance of your key chakras and bring your health and mental attitude into a more peaceful state.
A simple way to understand our chakras is to think of them as sending and receiving stations of thought and energy.

YOUR DAY 3 GIFT – Focus Your Mind


If you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, scattered, apprehensive or shaken by a stressful experience, then this simple process can calm you and restore your inner clarity.

(This process was developed by Wayne Cook and is also called the ‘Cook’s Hook Up’)


  • Sit supported comfortably in a chair.
  • Cross your left ankle over your right ankle.
  • Extend both arms in front of you, hands back to back.
  • Cross your right hand over your left hand at the wrist and interlock your fingers.
  • Turn your clasped hands under and up, and rest them comfortably on your chest.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Inhale slowly through your nose and touch your tongue to the roof of your mouth. Then exhale slowly through your mouth, relaxing the tongue.
  • Hold this pose and continue to breathe slowly and deeply for 2 to 5 minutes.

This is a very simple yet powerful method of restoring calm, clarity and relaxation. Can be used to combat stress and overwhelm and to boost focus and concentration.

This tool is often used as part of a Kinesiology balance to centre and balance clients who are nervous, anxious or otherwise out of balance, possibly also in resistance.


YOUR DAY 2 GIFT – Fast Track Tapping Technique

Emotional Freedom Technique (also known as Tapping) is a great way to quickly release emotions and move through issues.

  • Tune into a persistent emotion or issue ie: “I am so anxious right now”
  • Follow the image below and repeat the statements exactly as shown and tap on the corresponding points as shown (you may replace the word peace with any other word that resonates with you – love, harmony etc)
  • Repeat as many times as you wish or until you feel a sense of the word you are repeating at the wrist (repeat a minimum of 3 times.

Be aware of any other emotions that come up as you are tapping – you may wish/need to tap on these also or at another time.

As you may already be aware, this is a simplified version of the Emotional Freedom Technique, otherwise known as Tapping.

We can lead you through a more in depth process as part of a Kinesiology Session or a dedicated EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) session.

Watch Dave’s short video below for a quick how to of the Fast Track Tapping.

Fast Track Tapping Technique Short Version

Watch this video for the Fast Track Tapping Technique.

Click Here to watch a more in depth version of the Fast Track Tapping.

YOUR DAY 1 GIFT – Top Tips To Beat Christmas Stress

Christmas can be a very stressful time of year.  For many of us, the Christmas celebration and holiday period is a mass of complex social interactions with relatives and family obligations.

There could well be expectations, or at least perceived expectations, to create or host the perfect Christmas or outdo the Joneses or other family members. And not to mention that sometimes some of your relatives are people you would really rather not see or be around.

Some people rate Christmas as being more stressful than divorce or being broken into.  And for others it is an incredibly sad and lonely time of year.

Your gift on day 1 of the 12 days of Christmas promotion aims to provide some tips and advice to make your Christmas as stress-free as possible. Don’t let the festive season get you down: follow the tips and advice you find contained in your gift, relax and enjoy yourself.


Pre Christmas

Plan Ahead
Start making a list of things you need to do for Christmas early: for example, shopping, food and presents, decorations, seating plans or travel arrangements.  Make the list as detailed as possible, include people’s phone numbers or email addresses to make contacting them simpler.

If it’s already too late, flag this email (or better still print it out) ready for next year and set yourself a reminder to do this in mid-November.

  • Prioritise
  • Delegate

Shop Online Christmas shopping can be particularly stressful with hundreds or thousands of other stressed people trying to find the ‘perfect’ gift. Shop online from the comfort of your own home as you’ll not only save time and be less stressed but will probably save money too.  And, if you haven’t already tried it, you may be able to do your food shopping online too and have it delivered directly to your door.
Christmas Cards

Start writing your Christmas cards early
Many people receive and send lots of cards at Christmas time so start in mid-November, if you can, and write a few cards and envelopes each day keeping them to one side before posting or delivering. Or better still, try some online e-card options or other electronic means of wishing friends and loved ones a Merry Christmas.

Know When to Stop 
Decide when you will stop your Christmas preparations and start to relax and enjoy the holiday.  Work towards and try to stick to this goal, even if it is in the late afternoon on Christmas Eve.  Remember that Christmas is your holiday too.

On Christmas Day and Beyond To The Remainder Of The Festive Season:

Keep Calm
Play some relaxing music, perhaps seasonal carols, and burn some scented candles, incense or aromatherapy oil. Take a relaxing hot bath to unwind.

Seating Arrangements
If there is someone coming to lunch or dinner that you dislike, avoid sitting opposite them and instead seat them to one side and opposite somebody who they get on with better.  Invite a few more reasonable people along as it will help dilute any stress caused by relatives.  It’s a case of the more the merrier!

Turkey or Pork?
If you are planning on cooking a hot lunch or dinner, then turkey is a good choice as it contains tryptophan which our bodies use to make serotonin, a powerful brain-calming chemical.

Have Decaffeinated Coffee
When your body is under stress it produces cortisol which prepares you for ‘fight or flight’ situations and caffeine does too!  Offer everybody decaffeinated coffee and tea, or herbal tea alternatives, since this will help keep the stress levels down.

Practice Breathing
When we’re stressed our heart beat increases and our breathing shallows, it’s all part of the fight or flight reaction.  Work on reversing this process and take time to breathe deeply.  Breathe in deeply through your nose, hold for 15 or 20 seconds and then breathe slowly out through your mouth, repeat for a few minutes to instantly help reduce stressful feelings.

Have an Escape Plan!
It’s a good idea to have some pre-planned excuses to escape from proceedings if they get too stressful. Be imaginative and use things such as leaving the room to make a phone-call to a friend. Just by having planned a couple of escape routes you’ll probably feel less stressed anyway but actually leaving the situation, even for 10 minutes, will help clear your mind and relax you.

Make Time for Exercise
Christmas is, for many, a time of excessive eating and drinking and exercise can be easily overlooked.  Diets are particularly popular in January!  Exercise is a great way to reduce stress as it burns off hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline and helps produce mood-enhancing endorphins.  Try going for a walk after dinner as the fresh air and exercise will lift your mood and make you feel better.

Avoid Excessive Alcohol
Most de-stressing articles will tell you to avoid alcohol altogether but, let’s be realistic, it is Christmas!  However, do avoid excessive alcohol as it dehydrates your body and makes your liver work overtime to process it. Drink as much water or juice as alcohol as this will help you to stay hydrated, feel better and therefore cope better with stressful situations. You’ll also feel better on Boxing Day.

Have Fun!
Remember it’s your Christmas too so try to relax and have fun, laugh and be merry.  If you do find others around you difficult then try to rise above the situation.  If things don’t go to plan try not to worry too much, instead laugh about them and make them into fun memories that you can talk about during Christmases to come.

Have a great, stress-free, Christmas break!