Some Answers...
How does hypnosis work?

Hypnosis works by relaxing both the mind and body, and allows access to the deepest part of the mind, or the subconscious part of the mind. This is where all of your memories, habits, and your imagination are stored.By using positive suggestions, bad habits and worries can be demolished, and replaced with more positive thought patterns.

Is this safe?

When it is used correctly and ethically, hypnosis is extremely safe and effective. In order to be hypnotised, you must want to be hypnotised. You are always in full control.

Who can be hypnotised?

Almost everyone can be hypnotised, as long as they are willing.
 
People who should not be hypnotised are those under the influence of drugs or alcohol, very young children, and persons suffering from severe mental disorders.

What does it feel like?

You continue to hear all that is going on around you and are fully aware of your situation. You keep your mind and your awareness increases but in a relaxed way.

Can I be hypnotised against my will?

No! The client has to be a willing participant in the process.

Can you make me dance around like a chicken?

Well - only if you want to - remember that the stage hypnotist has an audience who are begging to get up on stage and perform.

Am I being controlled?

No. You are in control and aware of all that is being said and you are able to end the session at any point.

Could I get 'lost in space'?

No. In the same way that an absorbing book does not prevent you from putting it down