Zane Wheeler, CCHt

Your Journey Begins with the art of Trance

Hello, my name is Zane Wheeler and I am honored to have a wonderful career that allows me to aid my clientele in accomplishing great feats of healing by aligning them with personal oracles of wisdom within their own unconscious mind. The body wants to heal itself. As the body and nervous system heal automatically so does the mind and emotional body. It's all connected. We just don't allow the body time and space to start the process. That's where I come in...

Mystical NLP (as I lovingly refer to my work) has absolutely changed my life. I am a child of divorce who struggled for many years with emotional imbalance. I am also a recovering chemical-dependent of ten years sober and I have found trancework to be an incredible supplement to the Twelve-Step process, with which I am intimately familiar. All imbalance is an emotional construct. If we can learn to speak the language of the body fluently, tremendous healing follows.

I am so grateful that I have discovered a form of therapy that is not only effective and efficient, but has the power to clear the emotional causes which create and perpetuate addiction in the first place! (Read more) It is my aim as an Awakening Coach to help those whose struggle I've shared, and walk them through the process of aligning with their own internal wisdom as they walk their road toward emotional mastery and fulfillment.


Zane is a Certified Clinical and Alchemical Hypnotherapist, Awakening Coach, Consulting Hypnotist, and Somatic Healing Practitioner who has been a student of the healing arts since 2001. His interests in the ancient art of Alchemy propelled him into the study of this amazing technology in 2014. As a happy, lifelong resident of Sonoma County, Zane currently practices trancework in beautiful Occidental, CA.

Zane is an honored graduate of the Alchemy Institute of Hypnosis, he holds accreditations at the National Guild of Hypnotists, and is an esteemed member and Co-Founder of the California Guild of Alchemists.

DSC_0296.jpeg