The Traveling Hynotist:
Official Bio for Media
Known as The Traveling Hypnotist, Nicole Hernandez is a clinical Board Certified hypnotist based in New York City with globe-trotting tendencies. She is also an anxiety educator, speaker, and Resident Healer for the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown.
Nicole specializes in helping anxious high achievers become impactful, conscious leaders that can navigate life transitions (such as career, relationships, money beliefs, and lifestyle changes) with a sense of clarity and ease.
After healing her own anxiety-related illness with hypnosis, she felt a deep calling to demystify the healing modality and help others. Her signature approach combines modern hypnotherapy, mindfulness, somatics, and her intuitive gift. She has been featured in Cosmopolitan, BeLatina, BestLife, Forbes, Success, Texas Monthly, Wall Street Journal, and more.
NEW YORK’S STRESSED-OUT POWER BOSSES ARE TURNING TO HIGH-END HYPNOTISM
In this anxiety-ridden time, tightly wound New Yorkers are turning to healing practices more commonly associated with New Age-y desert retreats than with the city that never sleeps. But a new crop of hypnotherapists — who dispel outdated notions of witch doctors and carnival tricks — say business is booming.
WHY YOU NEED TO TAKE A MYSTICAL ESCAPE
On vacation, our bodies may rest, but our minds and spirit keep churning. For those more intrigued by mystics, tarot cards, and spiritualism than poolside lounge chairs (who says you can’t have them all), we offer up some of the best destination experiences to stoke your soul’s roaring fire.From a Druid’s healing circle in England to hypnosis in New York City, these mystical sojourns may just change your life and even predict it.
FORGET THE FACIAL—I’LL TAKE THE HYPNOSIS SESSION
So I was intrigued by the new hypnosis offerings at the Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel Austin. Earlier this year, I signed up for a 65-minute, $245 “Mind Map” appointment with Dallas native Nicole Hernandez, a.k.a. the Traveling Hypnotist, who regularly visits Austin from her home base at the Four Seasons in New York City’s Financial District.
How One Hypnotist Is Taking Over the Hospitality World
Known as The Traveling Hypnotist, Nicole Hernandez is a clinical hypnotist in New York City who shifted away from a corporate career after using hypnosis to cure her chronic anxiety, gastrointestinal problems, and stress-induced alopecia. But her globe-trotting tendencies made Nicole want to figure out a way she could practice her new passion and expertise outside of a traditional office setting.
WELL + GOOD
How Getting a Past Life Regression Reading Helped Me Start Living in the Present
A past-life reading, also known as past life regression therapy, Nicole Hernandez, a hypnotist who goes by The Traveling Hypnotist, explains is “the process of using hypnosis to induce a deep meditative-like state in which the facilitator guides a participant to recall past life memories or past life narratives.” She adds that children are more likely to recall past lives, while adults often forget these memories but they may present themselves in recurring dreams.
What Is TikTok's Reality Shifting Trend?
While reality shifting sounds like a cool concept and definitely a welcome relief to the rough almost-two-years we’ve all had thanks to the pandemic, I couldn’t help but wonder: Does shifting actually really work? I chatted with Nicole Hernandez, a hypnotist who goes by the Traveling Hypnotist, to learn more.
LOOK HEALTH – Hypnosis: An Inward Journey to Wellness
When it comes to wellness, there are few things I am unwilling to try. You name it, I have likely experienced it. Dry brushing, cold showers, salt therapy, acupuncture, CBD supplements…you get my gist. In fact, the more “woo-woo,” the better. But when I heard about hypnosis as a form of alternative therapy, my immediate thought was “no way.”
INSIDER’S GUIDE TO SPAS
Time Traveling at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
I allowed myself to go with the flow. Surprisingly, childhood memories cropped up, as did people I hadn’t thought about in several decades (and while I’ll spare you the play-by-play details, I certainly felt emotional). Hernandez guided me in and out of these blocks of time with gentle prompts. Most importantly, I never felt scared or alone.
WALL STREET JOURNAL
For Those Stressed Out By Covid-19, Hotel Spas Say They Have the Answer
Will Campbell, 41, has battled anxiety since he was 7 years old. Now vice president of operations for a digital media company, he says he has found two effective ways to manage his mental health: He meditates regularly, and he carves out plenty of time for pampering and self-care.
HAUTE LIVING: San Francisco
Inner Cures: These resorts facilitate soul questing
In today’s travel world, myriad hotels have made a commitment to facilitate this internal longing. They understand that, while on vacation, we might be more willing to try something edgier, something not part of our normal routine. Whether it’s a blessing on sacred Hawaiian land on Hawaii’s Big Island, a palm reading session in Austin, or a past life hypnotic adventure in New York, the art of questing deeper is becoming a part of mainstream travel.
Meet Nicole Hernández, The Traveling Hypnotist
During times of trouble, we all need healing from our present and past trauma that we left unresolved. You’ve likely heard about certain common forms of healing — from yoga to therapy to mindfulness and meditation. Perhaps exercise is your chosen weapon and your way to release bad energy. However, if you haven’t already considered it, you might want to learn about the power of hypnosis.
8 Wicked Halloween Weekend Happenings in Austin that Are a Real Treat
Indulge in a transformative journey at The Spa at the Four Seasons downtown with a one-of-a-kind treatment that includes a 25-minute massage and chakra alignment, followed by a soul-enriching hypnotic experience with resident healer and hypnotist Nicole Hernandez. Expect to go within and travel to another era, dimension, and beyond.