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What You'll Get
Like craving a cheeseburger, hypnosis only occurs in that gray state between sleep and awareness. Explore the middle ground with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29.99 for a three-hour weight-loss hypnosis class for two and a stress-reduction CD (a $290 value)
- $49.99 for a three-hour weight-loss hypnosis class for four and a stress-reduction CD (a $580 value)
During three-hour classes, instructors use hypnotherapy to inspire healthier diet and fitness habits. Their program aims to acclimate students to the hypnosis process and instill long-lasting guidelines for students' physical and mental wellness. A complimentary stress-reduction CD dispenses tips for maintaining serenity.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Online registration required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Living Lite
Though she became a hypnotherapist to beat smoking, Katie Evans soon realized that her goal was a half-measure. She recognized a potential for weight loss in hypnosis that she hadn't seen in her several dieting attempts, which had all petered out due to lack of motivation. By harnessing the power of suggestion, she established a program that works by treating clients from within the subconscious, rather than by trying to dictate their actions from the outside.
The Living Lite weight-loss program in the Baltimore area is now run by nurse practitioner Sue Ouellette, a successful user of the program who uses her 35 years of experience and a humorous style to help other students. In doing so, the program strives to adjust how participants view and plan their meals. The soothing hypnosis sessions combat resigned attitudes and familiar cravings, aiming to replace them with confidence and an intuitive preference for wholesome foods. The seminars also serve to debunk popular myths about hypnotherapy, including that it causes amnesia or that it was invented by the first grandfather clock. The center's catalog of stress-reducing CDs endeavors to help smokers, expectant mothers, and those suffering from insomnia as well.