Mind Body Connection

The mind and body are inter-connected; they exist and act as a unified system. The mind and body interaction influences physical, emotional and mental health.

Every thought has an emotional connotation; every emotion has a biochemical counterpart. In other words, our thoughts and feelings are constantly affecting our physical biochemistry, the reactions that take place at the cellular level within the physical body.

How the Mind Body Connection Influences Your Health

The brain, heart and other physical systems within the body (such as the immune system, digestive system, and respiratory system) are continuously signaling each other. The resulting release of hormones and chemicals can maintain healthy function, or cause physical dysfunction.

Thoughts and associated emotions of worry, anxiety, lack of confidence and esteem for example cause disharmony and distress physically in the body. These psychosomatic disharmonies within the body have been associated by the orthodox western medical profession with symptoms such as high blood pressure, tension headaches, digestion issues, back spasms, skin disorders, fertility issues and others for many years.

How I Work

Client-centred programmes

Jeannine's approach utilises aspects of Clinical Hypnotherapy, EFT, BodyTalk, Relaxation and other mind body modalities in working with people.

Programmes generally consist of six sessions tailored to meet your needs, ideally held over a six to eight week period. During this time you'll be positively encouraged to follow some simple guidelines and you'll be given personalised audios to assist you on your journey.


I am available for one-on-one sessions in Auckland and Whangaparaoa, New Zealand. I also work successfully with clients via Skype sessions, which can be booked if you are located in other areas.

Session duration

Duration of the sessions is between an hour and an hour and a half depending on what is being addressed and the processes used. Initial sessions normally take the most time, following sessions are often shorter.