Re:fit Offers Bemer Swiss Technology




Re:fit, a progressive health and wellness center in Glenview, is now offering cutting-edge bio-electro-magnetic-energy-regulation (BEMER), a healing technology that’s used in more than 48 countries. It works as a pulsed electromagnetic signaling device which has been scientifically proven to enhance blood flow and oxygen by 29 percent after just two, eight-minute sessions a day.

      Registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, BEMER increases concentration, relaxation and sleep, and is said to even regenerate organs overnight, using the sleep program. Demonstrations are available on a mat or chair designed to provide individual comfort.

Location: 910 Waukegan Rd., Glenview. For appointments, call 847-657-0881. For more information, visit RefitInc.com.

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags

More from Natural Awakenings

New Diagnostic Test Finds Imbalances

Study Yoga at the Temple of Kriya

This eight-month program gives students more time to absorb and apply information, leading to greater retention. The small class size allows for greater individualized feedback and attention.

Future Science on Display at Psychotronic Convention

Online Distance Education at Midwest College of Oriental Medicine

Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, with campuses in Racine, WI and Evanston, IL, now offers new online courses.

Shiatsu Summer School Classes Offered

Zen Shiatsu Chicago will offer a 30-hour Beginning Zen Shiatsu class from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursdays from June 21 through August 23.

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags

See More »This Month

Re:fit Offers Bemer Swiss Technology

Re:fit, a progressive health and wellness center in Glenview, is now offering cutting-edge bio-electro-magnetic-energy-regulation (BEMER).

Juice Recipes

FIVE July Gardening TIPS

Inner Source Retreat in Michigan

Participants will tap into their inner wisdom, enhance mindfulness skills and learn tools to overcome limiting beliefs while immersed in nature.

Berries, Berries and More Berries

Tuition Drop for Massage Students

The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s Chicago campus is now enrolling for fall classes with a new schedule, new format and new price.