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"When you close your eyes,
you open your mind."


Loss of Consciousness

    Myth: People who are hypnotized are unconscious, and lose awareness. 

    Truth: You are even more awake and alert during hypnosis than before. You do not lose awareness or fall asleep, and you will hear everything the hypnotist says. You are capable of thinking and reasoning.

Aug. 10-15: Want to see entertaining, family-friendly hypnosis? Go to the Cuyahoga County Fair in Berea, and watch David Anthony perform.
    David often mixes with the crowd before and after shows, so you can ask questions and learn more about hypnosis.

  • Tuesday, 3:30 pm, 9:30 pm

  • Wednesday, 2:30 pm, 8:30 pm

  • Thursday, 4 pm, 8:45 pm

  • Friday, 2:15 pm, 7:30 pm

  • Saturday, 2:30 pm, 8:30 pm

  • Sunday, 1 pm, 4 pm


Aug. 14: This is my 16th anniversary of being certified as a hypnotist by the National Guild of Hypnotists. Make an appointment, celebrate with me that day, and win some prizes. We'll have fun.


Sept. 30: 3-6 pm, Business Expo, Market Square, 239 Market St., Crocker Park, Westlake. Visit with 100 high-quality local vendors. Sponsored by the Power of More. FREE admission. Stop by my hypnosis table and register for a free session.

Sept. 30: 8 p.m., Michael Oddo performs comedy and hypnosis at The Funny Stop, Cuyahoga Falls. Sign up for a free newsletter, and qualify for discounts.

Can hypnosis help someone with ED?

    I was on a short bus trip. The man sitting behind me heard I was a hypnotist. He leaned forward and spoke quietly,
    "I am asking for a friend. Can you help someone with ED (erectile dysfunction)?"
    My answer:  "I have never worked with ED, because no one has asked me. From what I know, ED can be caused by both physical and mental issues. I suggest your friend go to his doctor first. If there are no physical issues, then I would like to talk with him. Thanks for asking."
    Stress is often a factor. It affects almost every part of your body. We can start there and move on to other issues. 


Saying Goodbye
to Old Friends

    I recently said goodbye to two clients who passed away.
    Both men were senior citizens. One, a leader in his church, used hypnosis to regain his speech after a stroke. The other, a nationally ranked athlete in college, used hypnosis to improve his health and visualize what he wanted to do in retirement. He got so much out of our sessions that he flew to Boston and became certified in hypnosis.
    Both men were special. Each was gifted in his own way. I touched their life, and they touched mine. Hypnosis is a two-way street. I learn something from each person I work with.
    I am glad they are at peace. Someday, I will join them.

Woman Typing


"I thank you for using your awesome knowledge and skills to give me one of the deepest hypnotic sleeps I've ever experienced! You are great and I feel wonderful! ZZZ"


To learn more about hypnosis...

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4.   Schedule a $20 consultation in my office at West Park Massotherapy, 4168 Rocky River
       Dr., or via Zoom.
5.   Call me, 216-210-5504.

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