I decided to get a few of my favourite contacts together to hold this event in Berkhamsted. Contacts that I have used to help me live my life in a happier and healthier way and ask them to share their knowledge and skills with our attendees.
The stalls on the evening were as follows:
Pam Johnson, who works in Hemel Hempstead as a Massage Therapist, Aromatherapist and Reflexologist. On the evening she was offering free tasters of reflexology and was very much in demand! I kept receiving glowing reports of her treatment from everyone. If you’re interested in booking an appointment, her telephone number is 01442 249998.
An ex gladiator and former British indoor pentathlon champion, Pauline Richards teaches private personal training sessions in her new studio in Chesham. Pauline is extremely passionate about the work she does with her clients. If you are interested in contacting her to find out how she can help you become more motivated and confident in your body, you can find more info here prbody.com
Lynn James from Mrs Mummypenny came along with her wonderful money saving ideas. Lynn is a mum to 3 young boys and she blogs about all things money saving particularly family focussed. You can get some tips by reading her blogs here Mrs MummyPenny. You may also like to read her three blogs about her experience of having cognitive hypnotherapy with me for weight loss Hypnotherapy Weight Loss.
Philippa Taylor of Healthy Independence was showing her natural health and wellbeing products on her stand. She explained how looking good comes from the inside out and the wonderful health, wellbeing and beauty products she sells can help you look and feel great.
ClutterClear Solutions Jackie Conlan gave us some tips on decluttering. She helps people to de-clutter and organise their homes and home offices, working with them to help sort through the clutter, also suggesting ways to stay organised. Jackie covers the Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Middlesex area.
Sarah Cowling from Sarah Jane Boutique showcased her brand new “Captain Tortue” designs and pre-loved designer clothes, totally different to what you would find on the High Street. She was selling them at very affordable prices. Sarah run Sarah Jane Boutique from her converted bakery in the lovely village of Wingrave.
Aquarius Yoga teacher Sima Farzam demonstrated some yoga poses for us with her lovely assistant for the evening, Louise. Sima believes that Yoga provides us with a pure form of long lasting energy that radiates from the core. Connecting our heart, mind and physical body, making us feel whole.
The immaculate Alice Barnes from ABC Image in Hertfordshire was advising on style and image. She brought her colour charts with her to help the attendees discover which colours complement their natural colouring so they could look their best. She also offers personal shopping and a wardrobe de-tox.
Hannah Crabtree, Nutritionist from Crabtree Nutrition brought along some nutritious drinks and snacks and was answering nutrition questions. Her Mini carrot cakes, lemon bliss balls, easy cheesy flapjack and beetroot, raspberry and chia seed smoothie went down really well with everyone. Her body composition analyser was also a big hit with everyone too, with a lot of friendly banter as to who came out as the youngest age by the statistics it provided.
And finally, of course myself, Heather Hall Hypnotherapy who was answering questions on how Cognitive Hypnotherapy works, and how effective it is at making the changes you want to make in your life. I work as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist in Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead and Harley Street London, helping to change peoples lives by using the power of your mind.
It was a free event and there was a raffle, with some fabulous prizes.
We raised a grand total of £65.10.
I’ve donated all the proceeds in aid of Mind for better mental health.
“Mind is the leading mental health charity for England and Wales. They provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, as well as campaigning to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. They won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.”
It was a really enjoyable evening with very like-minded people.
There was a lovely vibe in the room. Here’s a quick video showing one half of the room.