Jaspreet Bamra, Rapid Transformational Therapy, RTT,

Navigating Grief and Anxiety: A Path to Healing with RTT and Expert Guidance

Bridie Houlihan

Bridie Houlihan | Founder & CEO of Female Health Founders


Jaspreet Bamra is the founder of Jas Bamra Hypnotherapy. As a Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) Practitioner and Grief Educator and Movement Guide, she uses this unique, cutting-edge modality, her expert coaching and calming and naturally intuitive personality, to help busy, professional women, to rapidly and effectively, overcome their mental blocks, especially with grief and anxiety, and release past hurt and pain, in a safe, confidential and loving space so that they live a healthy, happy, and meaningful life of freedom. Jaspreet Bamra also runs Honouring Grief masterclasses, which allow people to gain easy access to grief support so they can begin to give their grief dedicated time and priority, in a shared, safe and non-judgmental space.

Her expertise lies in, but is not limited to:

  • Grief and loss
  • Mindset and mental blocks 
  • Childhood trauma
  • Cultural conditioning
  • Anxiety, Depression, Confidence
  • Physical issues

An achievement Jaspreet is proud of is her unique, one-of-its-kind grief journal/tribute book, called My Grief Companion, available on Amazon, which helps people navigate grief as they create a beautiful keepsake of their loved one for generations to come.

Jaspreet’s mission is to raise awareness and share education on topics such as mental wellbeing and grief in our communities, and especially in her culture, and has been a guest expert on various Punjabi media platforms such as the Sikh Channel, Akaal TV and Punjab Radio, addressing issues of mindset, grief and loss, which are often taboo to raise.


I’m delighted and honoured to share my story with you. Here’s a glimpse into my journey as a Rapid Transformational Therapy Practitioner and Grief Educator and Movement Guide, and the founder of Jas Bamra Hypnotherapy.

How did your journey working as a Rapid Transformational Therapy Practitioner begin?

My journey into Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) began as a culmination of my experiences after a stream of losses that changed the trajectory of my life. Having tried numerous techniques and modalities to overcome my mental and emotional blocks, after the loss of my father, grandmother and marriage in 2008, I finally discovered the power of RTT, a decade later, in 2018.

The transformation I experienced in finally finding my freedom was so powerful,

-Jaspreet Bamra

I trained in the modality and it became my chosen path to help individuals unlock the power of their minds, leading to lasting transformations.

What inspired you to venture into this Rapid Transformational Therapy?

My two beautiful daughters are my first inspiration. As a single parent, they witnessed me bring a sense of service in every job that I held. From being a tutor in adult education to volunteering in our local library, they recognised my ability to help and serve people beyond my role. It was my eldest daughter who initially mentioned RTT and Marisa Peer (the founder of RTT), saying she could see me being a good fit for this field. 

At its core however, my inspiration stems from a deep-rooted commitment to helping others navigate the challenges of life, especially grief, loss, and the complexities of the human mind. Having experienced these challenges of grief firsthand, I felt a calling to become a RTT Practitioner, and then further niche into grief and loss support, by becoming a Grief Educator and Grief Movement Guide, empowering individuals to grieve fully and live fully.

Tell us more about your grief educator and grief movement guide work?

In my grief education and support practice, I guide individuals through the intricate terrain of grief, addressing not only the emotional aspects but also the physical and cultural dimensions. I truly feel that we as a society need to be more grief literate.

Often there are numerous misconceptions and assumptions about how we should grieve.

-Jaspreet Bamra

My grief education allows me to normalise the unique nuances that grief holds for each one of us in a way that encourages the unfolding of our own journeys in a safe, non-judgmental space.

Often we hold our emotions in our bodies, and grief is exhausting in itself. The Grief Movement I advocate encourages a holistic (mind, body and emotion) approach to navigating our grief by using movement, breath and sound to move away from pain and suffering towards more strength and resilience. With simple yet effective, guided movement flows, I encourage clients to come back into their bodies with tools and techniques they can lean into when they find themselves riding the waves of their grief.

Tell us more about the impacts of hypnotherapy for grief?

Hypnotherapy, within the context of grief, serves as a powerful tool to access, and dialogue with, the subconscious mind. It aids in releasing deep-seated emotions e.g. guilt and anger, transforming limiting beliefs to address the resurfacing of our old wounds that loss can bring up, and fostering healing at a profound level. It is not uncommon for clients to begin to work on themselves after they initially work through the struggles and issues of their grief. It has a beautiful ripple effect that not only benefits them, but their families, friends and colleagues as well. Through my practice, I’ve witnessed individuals find solace and resilience by tapping into the therapeutic benefits of hypnotherapy to move forward in their grief journey and live a meaningful life again.

As a woman in business, what obstacles have you faced in establishing your company? And how have you overcome them?

Establishing Jas Bamra Hypnotherapy presented its unique set of challenges. As a woman navigating the business landscape, overcoming stereotypes and biases, and being able to be vulnerable and authentic in the work I do, required resilience.

I tackled these obstacles by staying true to my mission,

-Jaspreet Bamra

working on my own limitations and blocks, building a strong support network, working with my own mentor and coaches, and showcasing the effectiveness of RTT in addressing diverse issues.

Jaspreet Bamra, Rapid Transformational Therapy, RTT,

How do you see the landscape of online women’s health and wellbeing evolving to fill the gender health gap?

Firstly, collaboration over competition, and women supporting one another with their platforms will greatly impact the gender health gap. When we share the incredible work and services of other women, we open up our audiences and reach, and more women are able to access a variety of support. Additionally, empowered by technology, women now have increased accessibility to personalized health solutions, fostering a proactive approach to well-being. This evolution signifies a positive shift towards inclusivity and tailored support for women’s health needs.

Can you pinpoint a particular strategy that has been pivotal to the success of your business?

A pivotal strategy in my business’s success has been authentic storytelling.

Sharing my personal journey, struggles, and triumphs has created a genuine connection with my audience. This transparency not only builds trust but also resonates with individuals seeking authentic guidance on their own transformative paths.

-Jaspreet Bamra

Grief and loss, and indeed working with the mind, is such a personal experience for each of us. By being open about my own experiences, both good and challenging, means clients get to see me as I am all the time, both personally and professionally, and this builds trust and a sense of safety, crucial in the work I do.

Which key pieces of kit, technology, and software could you not live without for running your business?

In my practice, key components include Zoom, a secure online platform that serves as the cornerstone for virtual sessions, fostering a strong connection with clients regardless of their physical location. Clients can choose to have their RTT sessions with me online, rather than in person, especially if distance and time is something that is to be considered. Stripe helps me seamlessly handle payments and subscription setups, guaranteeing a secure and efficient financial process. Mailchimp allows me to manage email lists and craft engaging landing pages to stay connected with my audience. Lastly, my phone is my creative instrument, essential for creating bespoke hypnosis RTT audios that are essential to each client’s therapeutic journey, and for keeping in touch with clients via calls, messages and texts.

3 takeaways for fellow female health founders

  1. Start doing this:Begin prioritising your mental and emotional well-being. Incorporate mindfulness practices into your daily routine to nurture a resilient mindset, and reach out for support if you are struggling on your own. 
  2. Stop doing this: Cease underestimating the power of vulnerability. Our core foundation is based on our innermost beliefs which are carved out by our personal life experience. Embrace and share your authentic self where it is safe, as it fosters connections and breaks down barriers.
  3. Use this: Utilise the power of your mind with more awareness, be aware of your self talk. Your mind runs a network of intelligence that is responsible for your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing, but you run your mind, you are in charge, not the other way around.

Thank you for this opportunity to share my insights and experiences. I hope my journey inspires and contributes to the empowering narrative you cultivate through Female Health Founders.

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