About Linda-Ann Stewart


Linda-Ann Stewart

Linda-Ann Stewart is a nationally known speaker, life coach, hypnotherapist, and writer, with over thirty years of experience in personal development. A resident of Sedona, Arizona since 1982, she opened her private hypnotherapy practice in the Sedona area in 1990.

As professional member of the National Speaker’s Association, she empowers people to break the trance of their mindset for less stress and more success. Using a holistic approach, Linda-Ann explains how a person’s beliefs, attitudes and expectations can become a self-fulfilling prophecy. She helps people recognize how their thoughts can negatively affect their performance and productivity, and shows them how to create positive attitudes and increased efficiency.

Linda-Ann has spoken at many venues in the Southwest U.S., including associations, organizations, schools, industry conferences, and government. Linda-Ann has given presentations and workshops at annual hypnotherapy symposiums, and won a “Member of the Year” award in 1999. As a writer, over 200 articles of hers on empowerment, mindset, and motivation have been published in magazines, newsletters and online.

She’s passionate about educating people regarding the power within their own minds. Hundreds of people have learned from her how to reduce stress, improve their self-esteem, break negative habits, and improve their lives. In her Life Coaching practice, people can recognize new possibilities to be able to move forward with confidence and ease.

  14 Responses to “About Linda-Ann Stewart”

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