Through restorative hypnosis, meditative self-inquiry, or past-life exploration, Rob helps clients de-hypnotize themselves from the improper programming of the past and the limiting self-concepts that have kept them stuck.
Rob is a certified consulting hypnotist and an astrologer who specializes in assisting clients to release inner tension at its roots, and helps them restore their own sense of well-being. Rob's personal journey of transformation has involved moving through chronic illness associated with toxic mold and tick-born diseases. He has found that becoming aware of the beliefs behind emotional and physical discomfort can be an important supplemental step in reclaiming wellness.
Rob completed his hypnosis certification with the National Guild of Hypnotists in 2015, and has done professional trainings with Brian Weiss, best-selling author of “Many Lives, Many Masters”, David Quigley of the Alchemy Institute of Hypnosis, and many others. In 2016, Rob founded Inner Center LLC. and since then has worked with clients from around the country and world, assisting them in connecting to their own deeper truth and understanding.
Reconnect with peace, empowerment, and purpose
This approach combines the transformational modalities of hypnosis, meditation, and self inquiry. While traditional hypnosis can often focus on layering new thinking patterns on top of old habits, restorative hypnosis simply helps you let go of what doesn’t work – the stressful thoughts and habits that kept you stuck.
Past Life Regression
Whether you believe in reincarnation or not, these sessions bring the potential to see current life issues through a new perspective. The work of Brian Weiss (www.brianweiss.com) has shown that positive change can occur naturally when the problem is understood in different way.
This container helps you release, reset, and achieve. Through meditative self-inquiry, mindful action, and even past-life regression, Rob helps clients de-hypnotize themselves from the improper programming of the past and the limiting self-concepts that have kept them stuck.