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Hypnotherapy for Vaginismus
Vaginismus is where the vagina involuntarily tightens just before sex. The mind creates this psychosexual problem. Hypnotherapy helps to reverse the fear of it happening, instead your subconscious is re-programmed to feel relaxed and calm as penetration is attempted. This allows for the vaginal opening and deeper internal vaginal muscles to relax and release, allowing penetration and intercourse to be comfortable and pleasurable. By re-writing the negative mental associations with sex, and installing positive hypnotic suggestions instead, sexual pleasure can be achievable once more. Any physical interventions will not help vaginismus because its underlying cause is completely psychological, this is why hypnosis is very effectively.
Aaron Surtees and his colleague Jana have an excellent record with vaginismus, with a 93% success rate (out of 102 women treated between Jan 2021 - Nov 2021). GPs often refer their patients to us, given our strong reputation.
- High Success Rate
- Painless and Enjoyable Sexual Intercourse
- Focus on Pleasure Not Pain
- GP recommended
To listen to a variety of audio programs produced by Aaron Surtees DOWNLOAD his new hypnosis app - "Subconsciously" here today!
*(Aaron's award-winning hypnosis app reinforces and maximises the effectiveness of face to face sessions and is also highly effective for clients not able to do face to face in person appointments)
- Hypnosis is entirely natural, safe & relaxing
- You remain conscious & in complete control
- All client data is kept strictly confidential
- Skype & Facetime sessions also available
- All major cards are accepted
To see Aaron Surtees - the UK's most recommended Hypnotherapist and to see leading Hypnotherapist Jana Sheena
- £350 per session or *£325 per session (*block booking discount x 4 sessions or more)
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" Can only say that I wish I had found you a long time ago. The hypnosis helped change my whole mindset around sex, I've been able to have sex for the first time in my life with hardly any discomfort, and now 3 months on there is no discomfort and I can actually enjoy making love with my partner. "Vaginismus and Dyspareunia