Hypnotist Keith Karkut has been practicing Hypnosis for over 21 years. His first show took place while he was a student studying Communications at East Stroudsburg University in Northeast Pennsylvania. As a college student, Keith realized the true powers of the mind and how certain addictive substances affect it.
For the next fifteen years, Keith concentrated his efforts on the entertaining aspect of hypnosis, performing approximately one hundred shows a year. While performing, he continued to study the powers that the mind truly has. After many of his shows he was asked about how the mind works and how addictive substances could be controlled through hypnosis. Keith then started working on many powerful inductions that could help people in many different ways.
Having worked as a faculty member at a Pennsylvania Vocational School Evening Program, Keith has developed many presentations that help people explore the true powers of their subconscious mind. This program has led Keith to work with many corporations and relationship marketing companies. The program possibilities are only limited to the limitations of the subconscious. Keith has also worked with many high school and college athletic departments to help teams focus on their future success. Helping them to condition their mind as well as their body.
Keith’s blend of on-stage comedy and performance makes this a show that people will be talking about for years to come. It could be that you have no idea how many fingers you have, or what your real name is or even where you were born. You never know what is going to happen during A JOURNEY INTO THE MIND.
For a whole new take on hypnosis, try Keith’s Hypnotic Intoxication, where participants get drunk off of bottles of water!
“As always Keith was amazing and the kids loved him. We look forward to having him back next year.”
“Overall, we had an absolutely spectacular night with Keith. There were lots of students and their families in attendance, and Keith did a great job of including as many people as possible. We actually ended up with 28 people up on stage being hypnotized, and it was a blast.”