n an effort to help Chattanooga residents relax and enjoy life to the fullest, area natives Chase and Katie Whitmire have opened the Scenic City’s first Cereset franchise location.
Located in downtown’s historic James Building on Broad Street, Cereset is a wellness experience that helps individuals relax their brain to manage stress, restore hope and finally achieve restful sleep through patented BrainEcho neuromodulation technology that empowers the brain to reset itself as it hears and “sees” its own reflection, said officials.
“After a close family friend experienced Cereset in a life-changing way, Katie and I were thrilled when the opportunity presented itself to bring this technology to our hometown of Chattanooga,” said Mr. Whitmire. “Although our family lived in Madrid, New York City and Northeast Tennessee for the past 20 years, our hearts have always been right here in Chattanooga. We are thrilled to be back and cannot wait to help our neighbors discover the value and freedom that Cereset can bring to their lives.”
Through an innovative and noninvasive brain balancing process, Cereset’s all-natural approach uses advanced sensors to detect brain frequencies and software to translate brain rhythms, which echo as audio tones played back to the client. This BrainEcho process happens in real-time between the computer and the brain to produce a relaxed brain, which supports the brain to rebalance itself, said officials.
To celebrate Cereset Chattanooga’s grand opening, Mr. Whitmire is offering an introductory special to give Chattanoogans a chance to see first-hand how Cereset’s patented technology can “balance their brain and restore hope and happiness, release stuck stress, enhance learning and memory, support restful sleep and ultimately increase energy and performance.”
“I know the difference Cereset can make in a person’s life, and I want others to get to experience that change too,” Mr. Whitmore said. “Through this introductory special, clients will receive a 50-minute evaluation that includes an orientation with me to learn more about Cereset, a baseline brain observation, their very own personal brain index and a recommended plan of action. A balanced brain is a happy and healthy brain, and I cannot wait to see how lives are going to be transformed for the better.”
The Chattanooga location joins Cereset’s franchise network, which is operating in 25+ states across the country. To date, Cereset and its legacy technology have been used successfully with more than 160,000+ clients worldwide.
More information about Cereset Chattanooga is available by calling 654-7310 or by emailing [email protected]
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