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I’m Daneaya Ziolkoski, your local certified Hypnotherapist, NLP and Bodytalk practitioner, and Reiki Master.
After 20 years in the restaurant industry, I found myself unable to continue due to arthritis in my hand. As a mother of two teenage girls, I was searching for something more. In 2014 I became a Reiki Master which I then followed up with powerful breath work training. This path ultimately led me to an informational evening about hypnosis and that little voice inside of me told me to pay close attention.
I enrolled in the training, and on the first day of class I knew, I had found my purpose.
It is my goal to provide a safe, comfortable space to encourage people to unwind their story by releasing their emotional ties to childhood trauma, PTSD, and other issues that are of concern so they can discover and enrich their connection to themselves. I do this using hypnosis, reiki, Bodytalk, and NLP. It is truly an honour to be a part of some one’s healing journey.
What Others Are Saying
“I came to Daneaya and Carla in desperate need of help. I was depressed and anxious beyond measure; barely functioning on a day to day basis. Not only have they helped me to get back up on my feet, but they have helped to me to rediscover my joy in life and in myself. They are both an absolute joy to be around too! I can’t think of two better people on the whole planet and I can’t imagine going to anyone else for the wonderful services that they provide.” – C.F
“I feel the need to preface this by mentioning that I’m a VERY skeptical person. I always assumed that hypnotization was a farce…an act being put on for the benefit of onlookers. After a series of low-points in my life, a friend finally convinced me to give hypnotherapy a try. At my consultation with Daneaya, I expressed my sincere doubts about, well…everything. I told her that even IF she had the ability to hypnotize people, it probably wouldn’t work on me anyway because I’m not usually willing to let go of control. Her response blew me away; she just chuckled and said “Great! Thank you for your honesty!”. The sheer confidence she expressed in that moment was the first inkling that perhaps my presuppositions had been wrong.” – S.S