Today's deal gets you a powerful hypnosis package at City of Roses Hypnosis on Northeast Halsey Street. Choose between the following packages:
- For $200, you get four 60-minute weight-loss hypnosis sessions (a $400 value)
- For $150, you get two 90-minute stop-smoking hypnosis sessions (a $300 value).
Certified hypnotherapist Kimball Ralphs helps clients make positive life changes by communicating directly with their subconscious through hypnosis. Hypnotism is a viable, noninvasive option for individuals looking to make life changes in regards to weight, smoking, gambling, and more. During a state of mental focus, clients' subconscious minds take in powerful, helpful suggestions, helping the conscious and subconscious minds agree and correct an unwanted behavior. Weight-loss hypnosis helps foster lasting weight-reduction results by addressing the root causes of weight and eating habits, creating a state of calm that helps customers control their food intake. Though many clients feel confident after four sessions, six or more may be needed to fully address desires. For clients who desire to cut the nicotine habit, the quit-smoking hypnosis sessions help dissolve the need for cigarettes or tobacco while reducing customers' stress and anxiety. This typically takes two sessions, but some people may need additional sessions to fully kick the habit.
You can buy one of each package in today's deal for yourself.
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At City Of Roses Hypnosis, Kimball Ralphs CHt, certified by the National Guild of Hypnotherapists and a member of the Oregon Hypnotherapy Association, has the transformative power of suggestion on his side. Before hypnosis sessions take place, the certified hypnotherapist takes time to answer any questions his clients might have. Once clients feel comfortable, he coaxes them into a relaxing, hypnotic state before intoning a series of positive suggestions during their sessions, throughout which clients retain a sense of control. Ideally, the suggestions burrow into the subconscious mind, where they reinforce clients’ personal goals—which could include losing weight, curbing addictive habits, or landing a job as the manager of a boy band.