"Lose Weight & Feel Great"

The Virtual Gastric Band is a non-surgical technique which uses the power of hypnosis to retrain you to be satisfied with smaller amounts of food. It changes how you think about food and gives very safe, very predictable results. The clinical hypnotherapy convinces the brain that the stomach is full after a certain level of intake, and that there is no need for more food. 

It is most definitely NOT a diet - we know that diets only work in the short term. The Virtual Gastric Band allows you to eat what you want, but will enable you to intake smaller portions. And, because it's not a diet, you won't feel deprived, miserable or hungry. the issues which cause diets to fail. As the Virtual Gastric Band effectively negates these issues, you are left with a long term solution to your weight problems.

The medical procedure reduces the physical size of the stomach, and may achieve the same result, but the Virtual Gastric Band can be undertaken quickly and privately, without the lengthy delay of hospital waiting lists, and of course carries no costly invasive surgery, no risks and no on-going medical treatment. 


TOMMY VEE explains the Virtual
Gastric Band hypnotic process


Dr. Oz has had many episodes teaturing hypnosis for personal improvement. Watch what he said about the Virtual Gastric Band


Some Client Comments:

How can I thank you: Let me count the ways!

  1. I went from 201lbs. to 162lbs.
  2. I went from a Xlarge shirt 18 1/2 to a 16 shirt.
  3. I went from a 38" pants to a 33" pants.
  4. I feel great!
  5. I look great!
  6. And I had to break down & buy a new belt!

Thank you,

Jim Scott
Lawrence, MA.*

I have grown comfortable and confident in my new habits and lifestyle. Healthy and enjoying each day nearly stress free. I feel great and get charged when I look in a mirror.

Mary Shuberth
Amesbury, MA.*

Down 22lbs in just 8 weeks. Very excited for the weeks to come. Thank you Tommy Vee @ Valley Hypnosis.

Melissa Ganias
Methuen, MA.*


*Note: Results May Vary. Hypnosis results will vary from person to person.
No individual results should been seen as typical.