Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS)

IBS is a common condition affecting the digestive system and the symptoms include stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation which may come and go over time, lasting for days, weeks or months at a time.

​The exact cause is unknown – it's been linked to things like food passing through your gut too quickly or too slowly, oversensitive nerves in your gut, stress and a family history of IBS and it's generally believed that IBS is aggravated by stress rather than caused by it. 

How can Hypnotherapy Help?

The Manchester Model uses relaxation, visualisation and hypnosis to help you reduce the negative effects of stress and increase your sense of wellbeing, which in turn may help to reduce the frequency and severity of IBS symptoms.

You should have a diagnosis of IBS from a medical professional before starting this programme.




We all have evenings when we find it hard to fall asleep or find ourselves waking up in the night which usually sort themselves out within about a month. But longer stretches of poor sleep can start to affect our lives. It can cause extreme tiredness, make manageable tasks harder and even start to affect our physical and mental health.


If you regularly have problems sleeping, you may be experiencing insomnia. Insomnia can last for months or even years, but usually improves if you change your sleeping habits.

How can Satori help?

Using a combination of sleep hygiene techniques and hypnotherapy, you will be amazed at how easy it can be to get a better night's sleep.

As part of our 6 week Wellness @ Heart Programme (1hr per week) we do cover 'Sleep Yourself to Better Health' or even better watch out for us running our half-day session of the same title.



Your treatment plan is about making you feel confident about your body, change negative thoughts and associations about food and help you control weight responsibly without impacting your emotional well-being.


By targeting the unconscious mind with powerful suggestion techniques, we can help you develop a positive relationship with food which is key to healthy weight control and long-term weight management.