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Local business offers hypnotism, natural healing

When Anna Carol Porter first began her personal healing journey with Qigong in 2012, she opened the door to learning and expanding her horizons past Qigong into everything her business has to offer today.

Porter is the owner of Holistic Harmony, and she recently joined the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce and added a new service – hypnotism.

“It was just something I fell in love with and kept learning more along the way,” Porter said. “One thing led to another, and I just kept adding things.”

Porter offers Kappasinian hypnosis technique. She said it can help with anything from weight loss and anxiety to other various health issues.

“Hypnotherapy is a natural and organic process of tapping into the power of your own mind to achieve your self-improvement goals,” Porter explained. 

Porter also is a certified Qigong instructor and Fascia stretch practitioner, also offering healing with CBD products, stem cell products and healing crystals.

“She really is someone who thought ahead about what she wanted to do and put a lot of work into getting there,” said Franklin County Chamber of Commerce director Cassie Medley. “I think it is great we have someone who is offering something like this because it isn’t something we have around here.”

Porter began Holistic Harmony in 2019 but does not yet have a storefront.

To encourage anyone who is curious, Porter is offering a special: anyone who brings a copy of this article in the Franklin County Times to their session will receive a free phone consultation and half off their first session.

For more information, visit her website at annacarolporterholisticharmony.com or call 256-668-2830.

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