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Pain Relief is a Formal Feeling

Posted by Kelley Woods on Monday, October 16, 2017, In : Pain 

I love my clients...all of them; I appreciate their unique personalities and problems...each and every one. But sometimes, one particular person enters our life who is very special, who almost makes me feel like I should be the one paying them!

I had the joy of working with such a client; a spry 85 yr old woman who sought me out for pain relief. Recently, due to an increase in deaths due to prescription drug overdose, the powers-that-be have imposed restrictions on pain med usage, limiting...


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My clients teach me

Posted by Kelley Woods on Sunday, June 26, 2016, In : Pain 

I love my clients...all of them; I appreciate their unique personalities and problems...each and every one. But sometimes, one particular person enters our life who is very special, who almost makes me feel like I should be the one paying them!

Today I had the joy of working with such a client; a spry 85 yr old woman who sought me out for pain relief. In recent years, due to an increase in deaths due to prescription drug overdose, the powers-that-be have imposed restrictions on pain med us...


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Get in Touch With Your Inner Monster and Moan Your Troubles Away!

Posted by Kelley Woods on Saturday, October 27, 2012,
Many people are annoyed by someone who moans and groans...for a variety of reasons, some of which may be that these irksome sounds are a reminder that a person is in some type of pain, or perhaps the moaning is frightening, triggering an association to some scary character, a monster in a movie. Some may even recall a disappointed or frustrated parent or teacher moaning at our undesirable behavior or attitude.

If you also feel this way about moaning and groaning, here is some surprising...
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Pace Away Pain!

Posted by Kelley Woods on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, In : Pain 

Pace Away Pain by Kelley T. Woods 

The act of walking is therapeutic in itself; activating muscles and engaging in physical motion encourages the release of those feel-good chemicals that can help reduce the suffering of pain. Walking helps one pay attention to breath, reminding you to breathe fully and calmly.

 

As a student of karate, my feet take a beating. We work out on a wooden floor, barefoot. One day my feet were aching and cramping, making it very difficult to move through the ...


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Hypnosis is a Substitute for Medical Marijuana

Posted by Kelley Woods on Saturday, September 3, 2011,
Recent statistics from the State of Colorado reveal that there is a big increase in the number of young males utilizing medical marijuana for such complaints as chronic pain, sleep improvement, relaxation and anxiety, among other uses. In fact, a large percentage of these patients are actually manifesting symptoms in order to qualify for their MM cards.

Understanding the power of the imagination to create and maintain physical conditions, I worry about these young men! The subconscious mind d...
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About Kelley


Kelley Woods I'm a hypnotist living and working here in beautiful Skagit County in Northwest Washington. Besides helping people improve their lives through hypnosis, I love boating, hiking our forestlands, and playing with my family and friends!