Self Sovereignty with Somatic Integration
January 8, 2015
Hosted by John Hankey
Eleanor Criswell Hanna is the co-founder of the Novato Institute for Somatic Research and Training, along with her husband Thomas Hanna (1928-1990), founder of Hanna Somatics. Influenced by The Feldenkrais Method, Hanna Somatics incorporates slow, mindful movements that raise bodily awareness to heal and integrate long held, tension-based psychosomatic patterns. The exercises are ideal for overcoming bodily pain using the healing power of awareness. Hanna Somatics is revolutionary in its ability to improve health, well-being, quality of life and personal performance.
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My show is about finding the common ground amongst all philosophies of personal growth: meditation, sports psychology, hypnosis, spirituality, nutrition and peak performance.
Learning to let go catalyzes higher levels of health, well-being and potential energy in the body, which supports higher levels of performance across all life’s areas. I will interview masters in hypnosis, life coaching, qigong, meditation, nutrition, time management, productivity and sexual alchemy.
John Hankey is a Medical Qigong Practitioner, Master Practitioner of NLP and Certified Hypnotherapist. He has studied Conscious Language, Focusing-oriented training, EFT, Reiki and Supreme Science’s Food Healing.
His hypnotherapy empowers people to overcome issue-specific stress such as test taking, fear of heights, flying or public speaking. Nutritional principles, mindfulness-based practices and pure speech lead to increasingly higher levels of enjoyment and fulfillment in life.
John received a B.S. in Mathematical and Computational Sciences from Stanford University, and a M.S. in Financial Economics from University of Oxford. From 2007-2009, John’s stress-filled days trading equity derivatives on Wall Street inspired him to switch tracks and become a coach focusing on mindfulness and holistic health.
He has helped students skyrocket their test scores, actors nail auditions, singers and athletes enhance their level of performance, and people of all walks of life overcome fears, phobias and procrastination.
There IS a systematic way to go from stressed out and overwhelmed to on-point and in “The Zone,” and it begins with health and well-being.