Realizing that part of you needs to change is not easy. We often ignore the signals that our bodies give us and we continue to live our busy lives thinking that it is normal to feel all that pressure and speed.
Challenges are inevitable, however, we can improve our lives by learning how to take charge of our thoughts, emotions, schedules, and environments.
Often times, our thoughts and negative emotions, more than our circumstances, sabotage our freedom and success.
We all want more peace in our lives. We all want to feel confident and believe in ourselves. To love and be loved. To thrive and live the life that we always dreamed of.
Change begins with awareness and acceptance, being open and willing.
IT’S TIME TO TRANSFORM!
Start living a healthier, happier, more fulfilling, successful and passionate life on all levels – personal, professional, emotional, mental and spiritual.
Our personalized one-on-one sessions will help you close the gap between where you are and where you want to be.
ALWAYS STRIVE TO BE BETTER. STRIVE TO BE MORE. STRIVE TO BE AMAZING.
“I am dedicated to making a positive difference and inspiring you to discover your highest potential. I would be honored to assist you on your path.”
–Beatrix Wagner C.Ht.
For more information about our hypnotherapy or life coaching services in
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, please call (310) 994-9532 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Beatrix is extremely passionate and knowledgeable in her practice. She has helped me overcome my stress and anxiety and given me tools that have made a huge difference in my life”
“I finally have been able to stop smoking thanks to Beatrix and Hypnosis-LA. This has been a tremendously rewarding experience and I am very grateful to them.”
“Working with Beatrix has been wonderful! She has helped me on so many different levels. From stopping negative self talk to conquering my fears. Thank you with all my heart.”
“I highly recommend Beatrix Wagner as a hypnotherapist and life coach. I saw her because of a phobia that was interfering with my life. It was something that arose out of childhood trauma and stayed with me for 30 years. Even though I had “coped” with it at various times, it was always there."