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Lose Weight By Unlocking the Secret Language of Your Body
Raleigh, North Carolina Jan 18, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Fire & Ice Body Sculpting, Inc., the Triangle’s leading body augmentation clinic, is expanding its lines of services to include a holistic wellness center.
Since 2018 Fire & Ice Body Sculpting, Inc. has helped people “Lose Inches. Gain Confidence.” Now they are raising the bar once again by integrating energetic frequency therapy to address the issue of weight from the inside out.
All matter consists of energy and all energy has a frequency. The use of electricity for diagnostic imaging and treatment is widespread throughout many healthcare professions. The new Weight Release Program utilizes biofeedback to identify the core causes of stress in the body’s bio-field.
Previously, complicated machines were needed to perform the scan and an in-person visit with the practitioner was always required. Now with just a voice specimen the secret language of the body can be revealed. Over 20 data points are energetically scanned and analyzed to provide a personalized plan for optimum weight release. The frequencies can also be used to balance emotional well-being and restore energy levels.
The genius of the program lies in its ability to be used in person or remotely. A person’s name, date of birth, and voice act as a personal energetic IP address. Just as a TENS unit sends frequencies to relieve pain, this passive therapy painlessly transmits sound either in-person via the wrist transmitter or remotely using the client’s speakers.
President and Founder Arrissia Blanton says, “Our focus this year is to help our clients be more holistically healthy. We are honored to be able to offer our clients a comprehensive way to understand their bodies from the inside out. So often we hear people tell us they get to the last 10-15 pounds and they just can’t seem to be able to move the needle. By scanning the body using voice spectral technology we are able to create a personalized comprehensive plan that will identify why the weight is still there. For some people it is a vitamin deficiency, others need to remove visceral fat, and more often than not, there are repressed emotions. The true genius of this program is that it works well as a stand-alone or in conjunction with our other services, such as the Excelsior Elite 360.”
Frequency healing is safe for all. While targeted frequencies can be used on a wide array of concerns, the 90 Day Weight Release Program has been specifically developed with frequencies to target adipose tissue and kickstart the weight release process.
So how does it work? As a group program, clients meet once a month for three months in person to do initial intake and receive personalized frequencies. Then, each week new frequencies are sent to the client based on the updated scan and the analysis of the previous week. As the program is tailored to the individual, and frequencies are reviewed manually, no two people will have the exact same program even though they are in a group setting. It’s designed to have the support of the group and the specification to excel based on individual needs and goals. Groups run once a quarter and individual sessions are also available.
To find out how the Frequency Healing Weight Release Program can change your life, text 919.298.2950 to make an appointment today.
About Fire & Ice Body Sculpting, Inc.
Fire & Ice Body Sculpting, Inc., home of the One Hour Facelift, is the Triangle’s award-winning and leading body augmentation studio. Located in Midtown Raleigh, Fire & Ice improves the lives of Oak City’s citizens and beyond by increasing confidence, promoting self-care, and removing stubborn body fat noninvasively.
Fire & Ice Body Sculpting, Inc.
6330 Falls of Neuse Rd. Ste 104
Raleigh, NC 27615
6330 Falls of Neuse Rd, Ste 104
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