Pain management

Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.

Relaxation, acceptance, hypnotherapy, change mindset. I’ll let the following two testimonies speak for me.

Healing severe or chronic pain, I believe, includes transforming our relationship to the pain, and, ultimately, it is about transforming our relationship to who we are and to life.

Sarah Anne Shockley ‘The Pain Companion: Practical Tools for Living with and Moving Beyond Chronic Pain’

Self-regulation depends on having a friendly relationship with your body. Without it you have to rely on external regulation—from medication, drugs like alcohol, constant reassurance, or compulsive compliance with the wishes of others.

Bessel A. van der Kolk‘The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma’


Rokas Leonavicius

professional YouTuber

I consider myself a challenging client with high demands. After being a client of Lynda Heffernan for almost a year I can say with confidence that she not only met my expectations, she surpassed them.

Lynda’s vast knowledge and expertise is evident as she uses the best methods effortlessly in an effective and relatable way. Being her client was instrumental in understanding many aspects of my life which were lacking attention and finding greater balance as a result. For most of my life I had stomach aches with no obvious reason despite various testing. With Lynda's help I realized that the stomach pains were triggered by my mindset. With her help I was able to change, and I have no stomach pains anymore. I highly recommend her.