Learn more about Adelaide Hypnosis & Isaac Lomman
An award winning, International Stage Hypnotist, bringing laughter, fun and mystery to tens of thousands of people across Australia and The World - Isaac Lomman is Australia's Hypnotist. With over 15 years experience in the world of hypnosis he's worked on some of the biggest corporate events in the country. Hypnotising professional sports stars at Port Adelaide Football Club, Melbourne Football Club, Collingwood, Adelaide Crows & Adelaide 36ers, Media personalities on air and Network Television. In addition to Media & Corporate Events, he's been in the Top 10 highest selling shows for 6 years straight at the largest open access arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere, welcoming between 8,000 - 10,000 people at his shows during the month of Adelaide Fringe each year. He is the Founder and Director of HYPNOTIC EDUCATION teaching others the art and science of Hypnosis and NLP for Entertainment & Transformation. HYPNOTIC EDUCATION. In additional to Speaking, Educating & Entertaining he helps individuals lead more fulfilled and authentic lives through his work as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, RMT Results Coach, Primal Health Coach at ADELAIDE HYPNOSIS.
Isaac's Clinical Hypnotherapy work started back in 2011, up until he was pull all around the country with show business and it became too difficult to keep office hours amongst all the travel.
He has reoriented his focus towards using Hypnosis for change work since 2018 and established the clinic amongst a comfortable, accessible shared Workspace in Payneham, 10 minutes east of Adelaide City.
With onsite parking, bathrooms and clean waiting areas it is an inviting space for change work to occur.
As we expand to more clients seeking to live better lives and utilise hypnosis to make deep, lasting changes we may eventually expand premises and add more hypnotherapists to our team but for now, we keep it simple and straightforward so we can serve you best.
Clinical Hypnotherapy is simply the use of Hypnosis, as a tool, for individuals to use in their lives for change work.
It is not the same as psychotherapy, nor is it a medical approach to improving an individuals health.
Rediscover Your Control with Hypnosis
Hypnosis is more than just a remedy for various challenges—it's a transformative approach to reclaiming control over your thoughts, emotions, and actions in any situation. It's about empowering you with choice, no matter the circumstance.
Transformative Powers of Hypnosis
With hypnosis, you can:
Cease: Eliminate behaviours or fears that no longer serve you, like persistent phobias or unhelpful habits.
Initiate: Embark on new paths and habits that align with your goals and aspirations.
Enhance: Improve your skills and performance, whether in academics, sports, or public speaking.
Broad Spectrum of Benefits
Through hypnosis, you gain mastery over habits such as smoking, compulsive nail-biting, or overeating. It equips you to better handle the stresses and anxieties of daily life. More profound issues, such as severe panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive behaviours, or trauma-induced stress, are also within the realm of control with hypnosis.
Beyond managing challenges, hypnosis is a powerful tool for enhancing performance in areas like sports, academic pursuits, and effective pain management. It can provide relief and confidence in overcoming fears related to heights, flying, public speaking, and even assist in navigating the complexities of grief.
Our experience has consistently shown that hypnosis is a key to unlocking personal control and empowerment. Rediscover your strength and take command with hypnotherapy.
It is the bypassing of the critical faculty of the mind and direct communication with the subconscious mind. It feels a lot like a deeply focussed day dream. Another name for it is Monoideism which is essentially having a singular focus.
Have you ever been in a room full of people, feeling as though you are taking part in the group but feeling detached from it?Have you ever had the experience of driving home while being preoccupied by something and suddenly realising that even though you have arrived safely at your destination, you can’t recall driving past familiar landmarks? It’s as if you were on automatic pilot.Have you ever been unsure whether not you did something or simply thought about doing it? For example, did you mail that letter or did you just think about mailing it?Have you ever been so absorbed in an activity that you were able to block out sounds or make them totally unimportant or not even hear them?Have you ever stared into space, thinking of nothing, and been unaware of the passage of time?Have you ever had the experience of remembering a past experience with such clarity and vitality that it was almost as if your were reliving it?Have you ever been able to shut out your surroundings by concentrating very hard on something else?Have you ever had the experience of reading a novel or watching a film and being so absorbed that you forgot about your surroundings, almost living the story?Have you ever been lulled into a dreamy state or put to sleep by a lecture or a concert, even though you were not tired?
A Clinical Hypnotherapist is a specialist in hypnosis, who uses the healing state of hypnosis to work with problems or conditions that a client wishes to change.
Pretty much – some more easily than others. Like anything else in life, the more people practice self-hypnosis, the more easily they can slip into that wonderful relaxed state. The depth that people reach in hypnosis varies between individuals. It is not necessary to achieve a very deep level of hypnosis to bring about change to habits or conditions that are having a negative impact either mentally or physically.A common myth about hypnotisability is when a person says, “No one could hypnotise me" or "I’m too strong minded”. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. A person goes into hypnosis because they choose to. So strong-minded individuals are really good candidates for hypnosis provided they are committed to wanting it to work for them.
This is one of the common misunderstandings associated with hypnosis. This is probably tied in with another misconception that the hypnotherapist has control over the client. This is not the case. People will not do or say anything under hypnosis that they would not do when not in hypnosis. Thanks to TV shows and stage hypnotists, there is a common misconception that you can be hypnotised against your will. It is not true. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.Research conducted at the University of NSW by Dr Amanda Barnier and reported inThe Sydney Morning Heraldon 2 February 1998, states that “Hypnotised people do not act like robots, nor are they powerless pawns of post-hypnotic suggestionsplanted.
Hypnotherapy can help with smoking cessation, overeating, nail biting, bed wetting, insomnia, headaches, exam nerves, pain, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, bulimia, depression, mood swings, alcoholism, relationship problems, hostility, anger, resentments, worry, guilt, grief, asthma, blood pressure, sexual dysfunction, warts, compulsions.Hypnotherapy has been a great help in improving exam performance, study recall, memory, sports focus, public speaking, personal growth, pain control, performance, assertiveness, childbirth, communication, relaxation, counselling confidence, releasing the past, personal empowerment, goal setting.Hypnosis can be used in the treatment of most disorders, whether mental or otherwise, where the relaxation response promotes the person’s positive mindset. For example, with a physical injury, the person’s mental resources can be enlisted to aid in managing the subsequent discomfort, allow for some rest, and lessen the associated emotional trauma. It must be noted that Hypnotherapy is not a replacement for medical treatment from your doctor.
Hypnosis is not a new modality of treatment. Hypnosis has had a variety of names and has been used for millenia as a means of influencing human behaviour. Therapeutic suggestion and concentration have been practised throughout the history as we have sought to recognise and treat discomfort, disorder and disease. The Celts and Druids practised hypnosis. The Egyptians established “sleep temples” some 4,000 years ago dedicated to therapeutic trance states in which curative suggestions were given. The Bible contains many sections which allude to hypnotic phenomena. Primitive tribes had Shamans who practised ritual, sleep cures and healing suggestions to remove the influences responsible for illness. Undoubtedly, the chants of the earliest medicine men helped many patients to restore their health. Think about the crooning and rocking that a mother uses to help her fitful child into a peaceful state of quiet and sleep.In modern times, hypnosis is usually dated to Vienna in the 1700s and a young physician named Mesmer. The method Mesmer used became known as Mesmerism. Mesmer guided his patients to use their powerful imaginations. By doing so, Mesmer unwittingly lay the corner stone of many present-day therapies. Today, imagery techniques are used in many health care settings, with cancer patients, and in the areas of sports and business motivation.In 1855, English surgeon, James Esdaile, used hypnotic skills in India. He operated on three thousand patients, of which three hundred were major procedures. He discovered the mortality rate dropped from 50% to 5%, and that many of his patients recovered more quickly, had increased resistance to infection, and had greater comfort. He presented his findings to the Royal Academy of Physicians in London. His work was denounced as blasphemous because “God intended for people to suffer”.During the 1st and 2nd World Wars, interest in hypnosis was heightened because hypnosis was found to be very effective in combating war neurosis. The success of hypnosis in dismissing symptoms through a reliving of the events of a traumatic experience created a wave of enthusiasm for hypnotic methods.It is probably true to say that hypnosis is clouded with more myths and misconceptions than any other form of psychological practice, even though these misconceptions have their roots in long-distant history and have no foundation in fact.In Australia and elsewhere throughout the world, hypnotherapy is now recognised as a valuable therapeutic methodology.
No. In hypnosis, the conscious mind takes a rest. Hypnosis allows you and the hypnotherapist to tap into the storehouse of information that lies in the subconscious (or unconscious mind) and makes positive changes to thought patterns, habits or the effects of traumatic incidents that are having a negative impact either mentally or physically.
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(08) 7070 8768
380 Payneham Road
Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am - 3pm
(08) 7070 8768
380 Payneham Road
Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am - 3pm