About Me

Sandy HectorSandy Hector

My vision is to help you to make the most of your world – live the life you’ve always wanted to live – your best life ever.  

Living and working on the Isle of Wight, I am a teacher and trainer and run Confidence Building and Motivation Workshops on the Isle of Wight.   I am a fully qualified Hypnotherapist registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register, NLP Master Practitioner, and fully qualified FRYOG Yoga teacher. 

I am fully qualified and insured and registered with the CNHC.

Yoga classes are held every Thursday morning at The Methodist Church, Quay Street, Newport 10.15 – 11.45.


BSc(Hons) Psychology
Certificate in Education (Southampton University)
Diploma in Hypnotherapy (HSH)
Certificate in Third Wave CBT
Certificate in EMDR and Ego Stage Therapy
Certified Master Practitioner of NLP
Certified Master Practitioner of HNLP
Certified Master Practitioner of the Art and Science of Time-Based Techniques
Certified Hypno-Gastric Band Therapist
Certified Parts Therapy Facilitator
Registered Hypnotherapist (GHR)
CNHC Registered
FRYOG Yoga Teacher Diploma.

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You really are free to make the most of your world …

“A large camel train passed through the desert and arrived at an oasis, where it was decided to take rest for the night. Drivers and beasts were all anxious to sleep but when it was time to secure the camels, they found that they were short of one hitching-pin. All the camels were duly tied up. No one wanted to stand watch all night and lose the night’s sleep, yet at the same time the drivers did not want to lose the camel.

After some thought, one of the drivers had a Image result for CAMELgood idea. He went to the camel, took the rope and carefully went through all the motions of tethering the animal to a pin – an imaginary pin. Afterwards the camel was bedded down, convinced that it was securely bound and a good night’s rest was had by all.

The following morning the camels were released. Everyone made ready to continue the journey, except one camel. It refused to get up. The drivers cajoled and coaxed but the beast would not move. Eventually one of the drivers realized the reason for the camel’s obstinacy. He stood before the imaginary hitching-pin and went through all the usual motions of untying the rope and releasing the animal. Immediately afterwards the camel stood up without the slightest hesitation, believing that it was now free.

Of course the camel had been free all the time but it had allowed itself to be convinced that it was bound. It is the same with each human being – he too is always potentially free but most people allow themselves to be bound by their mental problems and seemingly oppressive responsibilities. You are really as free as the unpegged camel, yet through conditioning and misconceptions, you think that you are firmly bound. You compare yourself with others, in the same way as the camel did and automatically believe that you are limited. But you are really free – understand this.”
Paramahamsa Satyananda