New Energy Healing Studio Opens




A Wellthy You is an energy-based alternative healing practice that treats clients with its unique chakra balancing protocol. Open since June, therapists use muscle testing to uncover ailments and trace them back to the root cause of the issue which is usually an energy imbalance caused by a trapped negative emotion.

According to Fyonna McKenzie, a chakra balancing therapist, each of the seven in-body chakras is energetically connected to the nervous and endocrine systems and, therefore, offers access to every cell and organ. “Identifying and releasing the vibrational frequencies of trapped negative emotions that are blocking the flow of vital energy needed for good health and well-being helps you quickly let go of old habits and make profound changes in your life,” she says.

In addition to chakra balancing sessions, Boston-area locals (this is not available for remote clients) are able to see their energy flow in real-time using their Energy Profiling System (EPS). This system analyzes the vibrational pulse in the organs by way of hand-plate sensors that correspond to the reflex zones of the right palm and reveals the energy flow in the corresponding organs and chakras. Each client is emailed a four-page copy of their energy profile, along with a color picture of their electromagnetic field (aura).

Free 15-minute phone sessions are available for anyone that would like to find out more about the energy healing services. If interested, email FreePhoneSession@AWellthyYou.com.

Cost: 60-minute in-studio sessions are $135/remote $110. Location: 56 Pickering St., Needham. For more information, call 877-935-5849 or visit AWellthyYou.com.

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