Virtual Gastric Band for Safe Weight Loss Self-Hypnosis
  • Have you tried every diet under the sun but nothing seems to work?
  • Do you start new diets and then give up because you don’t see any significant changes?
  • Do you find that cutting down an the amount you eat is just too hard?
  • Do you feel hungry even though you’ve eaten only a short time ago?
  • Do you use food to comfort you when you’re stressed, unhappy or lonely?
  • Do you find you think about food from the moment you wake until the moment you go to sleep?

If this sounds like you, it’s time to try something different and change your eating habits by using the power of your mind rather than dieting, which we all know only works as long as you remain on the diet!   


Your unconscious mind is capable of producing powerful physical and biological changes and our 'Virtual' Gastric Mind Band Hypnosis Session uses this amazing phenomenon. You've seen it talked about on ITV, This Morning show, now try it yourself.

The Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Behaviour techniques in this session will also help you to break the “comfort-eating” cycle. You will even find that your food-purchasing habits change when you go shopping as if by magic, you will choose to buy only healthy food, walking past the unhealthy food without batting an eyelid!


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Virtual Gastric Band for Safe Weight Loss Self-Hypnosis

    • An introduction to Hypnosis.
    • Information about confidence and the connection to food.
    • Cognitive behaviour techniques and their benefits.
    • Deep relaxation of the body and mind.
    • Virtual Gastric Band Hypnosis Surgery.
    • Testing your new eating plan – smaller meals, feeling fuller.
    • Positive body image, seeing the future.
    • Self-Esteem and confidence boosting.
    • Post-hypnotic tools for future success.
    • Re-entry to conscious world.

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