Weight loss hypnosis Leeds
Born in Leeds, I attended schools in the city, including Cardinal Heenan High in Meanwood and Notre Dame College in Woodhouse. I later went to university in Leeds, graduating in Psychology.
My first career, though, was as a professional boxer until a injury forced me to quit. My professional opponents included current World Lightweight Champion Terry Flanagan as well fellow ‘Leeds Warrior’ and current World Featherweight World Challenger Josh Warrington. Boxing, of course, taught me a lot about weight-loss and self-control. But don’t worry, I won’t be expecting clients who sign-up for my Man Up programme to undergo any punishing fitness regimes in the gym – unless, of course, they eventually decide to target that level of fitness.
After I quit the ring, I gave up all exercise for a while, developed a taste for pizza and piled on the weight – more than four stone in fewer than six months, to be honest. So I know, first-hand, how easy it is to let the poundage build up.
I tried to add a bit of weight to my grey matter too and having gained a degree in psychology in Leeds, I embarked on a course with the London College of Clinical Hypnosis to become a practitioner of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy and also became a member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH).
Oh, and I also shed all the excess weight I’d stacked up.
Soon after, I set up my hypnotherapy practice: Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic based in York Place, Leeds. (I also have another website for the clinic and you can find on it details of all the treatments I offer. You can also find more about weight loss hypnosis.)
Since setting up Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, I’ve treated thousands of clients for a wide range of issues and have written a book called Stop Smoking: It’s a Doddle (available in paperback and as an e-book).
After that publication, I had the good fortune to find inspiration from celebrated weight-loss expert Steve Miller who encouraged me to establish this Man Up Lose Weight programme. Steve is also the founder of FATnosis.