Welcome to MelodyHypnotherapy!


A qualified and experienced Hypnotherapist.  I will support you on your journey to let go of thoughts or habits that are causing you problems in your everyday life, relationships or personal health. Reshape your life to become more happy, healthy and successful.


Holistic hypnotherapy is a gentle, yet effective way to empower you to take control of your life and overcome the challenges that are preventing you from living the life you want. Essentially, it’s about updating your operating system to make powerful, lasting changes that can help you physically and emotionally.


Find out more about how holistic hypnotherapy works and how you might benefit here.

I practice at various sites in Bristol, including The Practice Rooms, Cotham Hill, Clifton, Westbury on Trym and Queen Square. I also offer sessions online. Make an enquiry today or request a call back here.

 About MelodyHypnotherapy

I have a genuine curiosity and interest in people and their environments and strive to take a kind, professional approach in supporting my clients to make the changes they need to live the lives they want.


As well as my experience in supporting others through my work as a therapist, I’ve overcome my own obstacles in life, navigating my way out of dead ends to transform the way I live. I’m ready to stand by your side as you do the same.

I have worked in healthcare and education for many years and have the following qualifications:


  • Certificate Diploma in Holistic Hypnotherapy, Radiant Souls, Long Ashton.

  • Certificate Diploma in Indian Head Massage, CNM, London.

  • BSc (Hons) in Environmental Health, UWE, Bristol – including the study of human physiology, biology, epidemiology, chemistry, the built environment and environmental pollution.

  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, The Trinity Certificate - Oxford.

  • Access to HE Diploma, City of Bristol College, Bristol - including psychology, biology & environmental issues, .

I am currently studying towards a Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy (to include working with children and young people), and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Health and Wellbeing Mentoring, Health Creation, Bath.


Reshape Your Now


Create Your Future

Relaxing Therapy Room

MelodyHypnotherapy is a small family run business, with Melody's caring ethos informing everything we do. This includes showing a kindness and respect towards the environment. 

We do this by:

  • Working in a sustainable manner.

  • Using renewable energy.

  • Travelling to and from sessions using sustainable methods of transport.

  • Using only sustainable, naturally derived cleaning products which are made in the UK.

  • Going paperless where possible.


Melody is GDPR compliant, insured and an affiliate member of the General Hypnotherapy Register.

"Melody, Your dulcet tones are just gorgeous!  You sound so clear and positive."

"My self-esteem has grown so much since meeting you!"

"Melody, you were my life jacket when my world was falling apart! Thank you."

"I am no longer in pain, you've really helped me find joy in living,"

"My home life, relationships, nutrition and health has improved so much since coming to see you."

"You provided a safe space where I could say my thoughts out loud, that day I became myself"

Read more testimonials here

Holistic Hypnotherapy | Hypnotherarpy for men | Boundary setting | Shame | Guilt | Commitment phobia | Relationships | Hypnotherapy for women | Hypnotherapy during pregnancy & beyond | Constipation | IBS | Nutrition | Weightloss | Change of career | Psoriasis | Bullying | LGBTQIA+ Support | Domestic violence | Cancer Journey | Caring for a loved one | Parenting | Hypnotherapy for Fertility |


Why is Mental Health Important?
A blog on Mens mental health issues - published by Wild Oats for Mental health awareness week 2021.

Ahead of this month’s Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16th May), holistic hypnotherapist, Melody May, explores male mental health and what we can all do to look after ourselves.

Generations of men have been suffering in silence with their mental health and I’d like to take the opportunity of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week to explore this in more detail. You can use my advice for yourself or to support someone you care about and wish to help find a better space.

What Mental Health Means

While men may wear a mask to cover their feelings – appearing happy on the outside regardless of what they feel like inside – it’s now widely acknowledged that they’re at a greater risk of suffering in silence when it comes to mental health issues.  The reasons behind their suffering can stem from..... Continue reading......