FREE CHECKLIST: Virtual Gastric Band: What You Need To Know (But Were Afraid To Ask)

Hello gorgeous, I’m Avril.

I’m a clinical hypnotherapist, and my question for you is…

 

Are you ready for weight loss — without the struggle?

Chances are you’ve tried all the diets.

Maybe as a little girl, were you were told to “eat it all up”.

Perhaps there are specific foods that once you start, you just can’t stop. 

Or, do you eat when you’re sad or lonely or stressed, basically, every possible emotion?

If any of the above resonates with you… then you’re in the right place.

 

Imagine:

– being able to reach your happy shape and size …and stay there permanently.

– feeling confident, energised, positive… every day.  

– knowing that you’re role modelling healthy habits for your children.

– shopping for new clothes …and loving who you see in the mirror.  

 

The myth…

For years, we’ve been told that all we have to do to lose weight is eat less and exercise more.

But, if you could lose weight with dieting and exercise — wouldn’t you have done so by now?

(Sure, food and exercise do play a part in you becoming your happy shape and size)

But the truth is….until your mind is in the right place, you’ll self-sabotage every effort, every time for this simple reason…

 

… your unconscious mind controls of your eating habits.

 

I’m Avril, a weight loss hypnotherapist for women, and I can help you ‘reset’ your sabotaging habits with virtual gastric band hypnosis.

 

Looking at photos of me, it’s easy to assume I’ve always had a happy relationship with my body and food.

But in the kindest sense of the word I have been around the block when it comes to struggling with food and body confidence.

Like so many women, I have a history of dieting, binge eating, and hating my body. Family-sized tubs of ice-cream, salt and vinegar chips, and liquorice allsorts were my hidden shame.

 

As you can see from the unfriendly note-to-my-teenage-self (pictured above) I believed,  

“If I hate myself enough, I’ll be motivated to lose weight, and then I’ll like myself more.”

Trust me, I know from years of experience, that limping from meal to meal isn’t a very empowering way to live.

It wasn’t until I stopped dieting and acknowledged some of the ‘stuff’ in my head— with hypnotherapy— that my relationship with food and my body changed.

Hypnotherapy had such a tremendous echo in every part of my life, I left the corporate world and now spend my days helping women feel comfortably confident in their bodies.

 

I’d like to help you do the same.

I’m a senior professional member of Hypnosis New Zealand, a senior professional member of the Global Weight Management Federation and a member of New Zealand Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

How would you like guidance from Avril to transform your relationship with food — and your body — so you can live the joyful life you truly crave?

 

Love etc,

 

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