THE STORY OF OHANA HYPNOSIS
I grew up in the suburbs of Minneapolis/St. Paul and graduated from South Dakota State University with a degree in Medical Laboratory Science. This education took me from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to Largo, Florida, and back up north to Fargo, North Dakota.
Before becoming a hypnotist, I spent nearly a decade working in the hospital laboratory setting. Gradually, I found myself extremely exhausted, irritable, and feeling hopeless that there was no other path to a satisfying life. Internal feelings and stress pushed me to a breaking point. My family life was suffering. It became obvious that I needed a change.
Soon after this realization, we sold our home in Florida, packed all our belongings into one small shipping container and headed for a transfer to Fargo, North Dakota. Talk about a change in scenery!
Even as I started my new position, I knew it would be tough to maintain being happy in that career path long-term. I started to visualize what I really wanted to do in this life. I had heard about hypnosis and its benefits and began to explore the possibility of helping others in this way.
For my health and the health of my family, we took a leap of faith for another new adventure.
Immediately after my hypnosis certification, my wife and son gave me their blessings to start Ohana Hypnosis. I graduated from one of the finest hypnotherapy programs in the nation—Cascade Hypnosis Center, in Bellingham, Washington. My wife observed how quickly hypnosis had worked on improving my confidence, wellbeing, and overall hope in life.
Once I rediscovered myself and found my true purpose and potential in this life, I knew there was no going back. I became determined to share this newfound hope and healing with others.
As a certified hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists, I am 100% committed to helping clients live their dream lives as quickly as possible. The possibilities are truly endless! There is HOPE! And I am confident that we can help you!
–Glen San Juan, CH
Glen San Juan is a father, husband, brother, and brother-in-law. During weekdays he is a Professional Mentor & volunteer. In his spare time he enjoys biking, boardgames, community gardening, meeting new people, paintballing, reading, sabre fencing, singing, prayer time, traveling, volleyball, and experiencing new foods. Glen considers himself a pizza connoisseur and enjoys a good deep dish Chicago-style pizza.