A Seaside Town
Hastings is a popular seaside destination in the county of East Sussex, on the south coast of England.
It gives it’s name to the famous Battle of Hastings of 1066, fought between the English forces led by King Harold, and French forces led by William the Bastard as he was then known, later to become William the Conqueror.
Hastings is 53 miles (85km) south east of London. There are regular trains and travel time from the capital is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Once one of the medieval Cinque Ports, the town still boasts it’s own small but perfectly formed fishing fleet, which because of a lack of a harbour can be seen beached on The Stade.
Close to Fairlight
Fairlight has been my home since 2011 and is only about 3 miles (5km) to the east of Hastings. Travel to Fairlight by car, taxi or the 101 bus service usually takes no more than 15-20 minutes.
Driving from Hastings through Ore towards Winchelsea and Rye is an easy and direct route, which takes the traveller past the beautiful Country Park. Because of it’s situation on the Firehills beside the sea, the Country Park affords distant views of France across the English Channel when the weather is fine.
Hastings is the nearest large town to Fairlight. Anyone wishing to overcome anxiety or a phobia or requiring hypnotherapy for any other problems find travel easy from the town. I am passionate about the work I do and frequently give talks to various groups and associations in and around the area, about hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and meditation.
As well as offering hypnotherapy, counselling and coaching services both in person and online I also run weekly meditation classes.
If you have any questions about hypnosis, hypnotherapy, meditation or the work I do please get in touch.