Tel: (780) 903-1222
Padman Pillai, M.SC., A.R.I.C., C.C.H
Bringing Edmonton more than just hypnotherapy and healing
At its conception, hypnosis was largely dismissed by the scientific community. Studies have since proven that it is not only effective at improving mood and behavior but also with complimenting treatments for various mental health disorders and as well several physical ones. In our Edmonton based, Wellness Hypnotherapy office we help clients for a plethora of reasons; some of our clients need pain relief and others are simply seeking a feeling of well-being and success.
ONE SESSION QUITTING SMOKING SESSIONS - most addictions are mental and habitual. Padman can ease your mind of those cravings you feel after a coffee or meal and delete and destroy them permanently. 94% of people stop smoking in 1 session, if you want a second session you will have to pay $250 + GST.
STRESS REDUCTION/ ANXIETY REMOVAL- this is one of the most common reasons people seek out hypnotherapy. As a practice that emphasizes mental wellness and relaxation - stress and anxiety reduction are two of the most common treatments by Wellness Hypnotherapy.
CHRONIC PAIN - as a compliment to physician prescribed medication, hypnotherapy is clinically proven to be an incredible aid to clients suffering from various chronic pain disorders. Wellness Hypnotherapy’s services have also been able to assist clients in alleviating acute dental pain as well as the discomfort and nausea associated with pregnancy and child birth.
SELF-ESTEEM & SELF-CONFIDENCE- clients who have suffered from abuse, or simply lack confidence, seek hypnotherapy to instill a stronger sense of self-worth.
SUCCESS AND MOTIVATION - Padman understands unique mental models and how the human brain works. He has changed and improved lives by shifting thinking patterns to success, abundance, energy and well-being.
SUPER-CONSCIOUS ENERGY HEALINGS - Padman’s energy healings are well known to his clients. He has been a student of the Healing Master Program (Trivedi Effect) for the last 5 years.
EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE (EFT) - Padman is a certified EFT specialist. EFT creates astonishing emotional relief whereby one experiences profound physical healings. Padman routinely uses this technique to eliminate or reduce chronic pain, phobias, addictions, anxiety, insomnia and anger.
BARS (Access Consciousness) - Padman was a facilitator for Access Consciousness Bars and taught this amazing modality to several of his students and other individuals. Currently, he is a practitioner of this technique, and his clients experience amazing relaxation and clarity, empowering them to access higher levels of consciousness.
From the mundane to the mystical - mental and physical obstacles can often be overcome with a little help from a well-trained, result oriented Certified Consulting Hypnotherapist. Padman Pillai’s Edmonton based Wellness Hypnotherapy has been helping clients deal with maladies of the body and mind for more than fifteen years. With experience, honesty, and a real passion for his work, he continues to help many new and repeat customers on a continuing basis.
Reach your goals, expand your mind, and free yourself from worry and anxiety. Call Edmonton’s Wellness Hypnotherapy today at (780) 903-1222 for a free consultation.
Scientific Biofiled Energy Treatment experiment
Padman’s Scientific experiment on Biofield Energy Treatment (Trivedi Effect) has been accepted for publication in the peer reviewed American Journal of Health Research.
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Mahendra Kumar Trivedi, Alice Branton, Dahryn Trivedi, Gopal Nayak, Nykvist, Cathryn Dawn Celine Lavelle, Daniel Paul Przybylski, Dianne Heather Vincent, Dorothy Felger, Douglas Jay Konersman, Elizabeth Ann Feeney, Jay Anthony Prague, Joanne Lydia Starodub, Karan Rasdan, Karen Mie Strassman, Leonid Soboleff, Maire Anne Mayne, Mary M. Keesee, Padmanabha Narayana Pillai, Pamela Clarkson Ansley, Ronald David Schmitz, Sharyn Marie Sodomora
Publication date: 2016/12/8
Journal: American Journal of Health Research
Publisher: Science Publishing Group
Abstract: The utilization and demand of self-medication with herbomineral-based
formulations have increased day-by-day across the globe over the last decade. A new
proprietary herbomineral formulation was prepared with the mixture of minerals (zinc,
magnesium, and selenium) and the herbal root extract of ashwagandha. The current study
was undertaken to evaluate the Biofield Energy Healing (The Trivedi Effect®) on the test
herbomineral formulation using murine dendritic cells (DCs) and splenocytes in vitro. The ...
MK Trivedi, A Branton, D Trivedi, G Nayak, CD Nykvist… - American Journal of Health Research, 2016
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... Effect®) Based Herbomineral Formulation on Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines Expression in Murine Dendritic and Splenocyte Cells. P Pillai, M Trivedi, A Branton, ...
Edmonton Journal reader opinions
I am very disturbed by the article “No Place for Quackamedics” by Paula Simons. This sort of “closed minded thinking” will keep us in the dark ages. 70% of the population cannot be wrong. If complementary and alternative therapies can result in the health and well-being of a significant portion of our population, would it not save a lot of taxpayer money in medical care? I am not proposing to abandon evidence based scientific studies on these modalities. In fact universities should, and are, conducting scientific research on popular interventions like meditation, hypnotherapy, Reiki, etc.
Meditation unlocks the richness of our moment-to-moment experience, and is one of the best ways to improve overall health and well-being. It unlocks greater vibrancy and aliveness as it reduces a host of physical, mental, and emotional ailments. There are thousands of scientific studies that have been done on this subject; as a result one cannot say the evidences are anecdotal. The well recognized Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program is being offered in over 200 hospitals, medical centers and clinics across the globe.
What about yoga and hypnotherapy? These complimentary regimens have been used for thousands of years and millions of people all over the world have benefitted from them. Why not give legitimacy for therapies where credit is due? Are we perpetuating a “pill for every ill” culture to human suffering?
As a practicing Certified Consulting Hypnotherapist in Edmonton, the principal of an accredited hypnotherapy institute, and a past research scientist at the British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association in London, I have evaluated several scientific studies on hypnotherapy. For example, the National Institute of Health (NIH), in conjunction with the National Centre of Complementary and Alternative Medicine now use hypnotherapy in scientific research.
A recent study at the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque (1) shows the effectiveness of a hypnotherapy regimen in comparison to behavioral therapy alone. The study involves women who suffer from overactive bladder (OAB) syndrome. In the US alone, 17% of women suffer from the symptoms of OAB (urinary urgency, increased frequency of urination, nocturia, and incontinence) along with anxiety, stress, embarrassment and decreased self-esteem.
The study concluded that both groups improved with treatment. However, the hypnotherapy group showed significantly higher scores in the relief of symptoms and an improvement in their quality of life (67% improvement in only three sessions) than the behavioral therapy group (only 42% improvement).
Complementary and alternative therapies treat human beings holistically instead of looking only at the physical conditions and etiology. Let us open our minds to critically and scientifically evaluate these long practiced complementary and alternative methodologies, to reduce medicals costs and to improve the health and well-being of individuals.
I want to congratulate Dr. Sunita Vohra for spearheading the University of Alberta’s Integrative Health Institute. Let us support new ideas and therapies that will help humanity as governments are struggling with runaway medical costs. Let us make evidence based, critical scientific studies as our “modes of operandi”. I am all for it.
Padman Pillai, M.Sc. (London), A.R.I.C., C.C.H
Wellness Hypnotherapy Clinic Inc. and Wellness Hypnotherapy Institute
Reference: 1. “Hypnotherapy for Treatment of Overactive Bladder: Randomized Controlled Trial Pilot Study”
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, 2011 Nov.17 (6):308-13. Komesu, YM, Sapien, RE, Rogers, RG, Ketai, LH