Lesley Mitchell-Clarke

Lesley Mitchell-Clarke

Biography:

Lesley Mitchell-Clarke is a consulting hypnotist, graduate of The Ontario Hypnosis Centre, member of The National Guild of Hypnotists with a special certification in Past Life Regression. Lesley and her hypnosis clinic, Lightwork Hypnosis are also focused on the use of hypnosis for the positive improvement of all issues pertaining to artists of all disciplines (actors, dancers, visual artists, writers, musicians, vocalists, etc.) and the unique demands that they deal with in their daily lives and careers. She also has specialized in working with experiencers/abductees in the recovery of their suppressed memories.

For some time, she has been a familiar name in the realm of media relations, promotion, and production of musical and theatrical events, as well as arts journalism. For the past eighteen years, she has been based in New York City and Toronto, specializing in jazz-specific music publicity. In addition to her work as a media consultant, she has also worked in virtually all phases of the entertainment business, beginning as a ten-year-old principal actress with the Los Angeles area “Sherman Oaks Children’s Repertory Theatre” – along with classmate, Melanie Griffith. Born into a show business family, Lesley’s late father, Whitey Mitchell, was a veteran jazz bassist and Emmy award-winning comedy writer and producer, and her Uncle was the late jazz bass legend, Red Mitchell. 

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  • Alternative Health / ET Experiencers

    Dr. Joel Wallach offered alternative health approaches that aid the body's recovery from diseases and ailments. Followed by master hypnotherapist Lesley Mitchell-Clarke on the recovered memories and patterns common with experiencers.More »

Last Night

Egyptian Pharaohs / Consciousness & Psychic Energy
Egyptian Pharaohs / Consciousness & Psychic Energy
Egyptologist and author Kara Cooney discussed the ancient Egyptian pharaohs and their dynastic rules. Followed by remote viewer and energy healer Nancy du Tertre on the state of human consciousness during the pandemic.
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