Monday, March 16, 2009

Hypnotist Al Kaytraz to Perform at Chi-Hi

This Friday, March 20, psychology students in Chippewa Falls have an opportunity to see a hypnotist in action. The Psychology Club of Chi-Hi is sponsoring a performance of Michael Johnson (a.k.a. Al Kaytraz), a licensed hypnotist.

Johnson will take the stage in the Chi-Hi Auditorium at 7:00 PM with an act guaranteed to provide fun for all ages. Members of the audience may volunteer to undergo hypnosis as part of the night's entertainment. Frightened by the prospect of being hypnotized? Don't worry. You can just sit back and enjoy watching the show. Johnson notes on his website:
"During my performances, I work only with willing volunteers. We have fun exploring the power of the human mind, and I enjoy demonstrating how easy (and safe) it is to enter the hypnotic state. Additionally I am certifed by the National Guild of Hypnotist, and I am trained to instruct others how to utilize self-hypnosis and hypnosis to improve their own lives."

What should you expect to see at Friday night's performance? Volunteers undergoing hypnosis will provide much of the show, as they are asked to perform various tasks while in their hypnotic state. Johnson describes the show like this:
"The hypnosis show is a fantastic blend of routines that truly give you and your guests the chance to experience the power of hypnosis. The induction is fast and the action just keeps coming. Your guests will laugh as the volunteers forget their names, become 5 years old, have hallucinations, and so much more. The volunteers will have a great experience and will be surprized at how fun and relaxing the hypnotic state is."

Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Contact Mrs. Welle ( with questions.

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