Steve Tries Bioresonance Therapy with Joanne Garner
If you’d told me that I would be sitting in a big comfy chair holding a pair of balls, I would tell you straight away that I’m a fan of big comfy chairs!
I honestly had no idea what I was walking into when our own MANABOUTADL, Vashti put me in touch with Joanne Garner of InSync Bioresonance Therapy.
She just said "Jo is amazing and that I’d love what she has to offer."
I like to think I carry a fairly open mind and I do enjoy learning about the myriad of health giving services out there for people to try. So I said sure, and before I knew it I was booking in with Jo to see what Bioresonance Therapy is all about.
On the day: I arrived at Jo’s consulting room, a white walled room flooded with natural light. I commented on the nice feel and Jo replied with a smile that everyone in the office reckons she has the best room, and she agreed.
I sat back into the big comfy chair ready for whatever was in store. Around me were crystals, essential oils, and some wellness related books. I put my legs up on the ottoman in front of me and out came two brass plates that I was to rest the backs of my calves on. Well I must have missed the memo about not wearing skinny jeans so I did my best to pull them up over my calves and managed to make it 3 quarters way up which was just enough. I was then handed two brass balls to hold in my hands that had cables plugged into them, just like the plates under my legs. The cables led back into a Bicom machine in front of Jo and I was starting to get an idea of what was going on.
What is Bioresonance Therapy?
BRT works with the energy and frequencies of the body because we are essentially biological beings of resonant frequency. Everything that happens in our bodies is an electrical pulse and it’s at that level that the therapy works. There are a couple of different layers that it works at, being the physical and emotional. Sometimes issues will show up first in the emotional body before becoming a physical issue and BRT often picks up on an issue beforehand.
If I’m honest I don’t fully understand how the process works, all I know is that I felt great afterwards with a sense of peace and confidence ready to take on the world. I learned a lot about foods that I should steer clear of, radiation I had been exposed to, which organ stores and is impacted by anger, and why I should put my phone on flight mode every night before going to sleep.
How Bioresonance Therapy works?
The Bicom machine that sits on the desk in front of Jo is able to pick up on subtle energies very accurately and a program is then run that takes around 5-7 minutes to align that energy and frequency with an optimum state. The radiation was cleared out of my system, my liver was worked on, and some inflammation that showed up was addressed also. The things I didn’t like? It confirmed that I don’t react well to beer, wheat and yeast. Noooooooooo. I’ve since cut back on beer, just enjoying one or two every now and then, usually when the footy is on.
How can you benefit from Bioresonance Therapy?
I think what surprised me most was the diverse range of issues BRT can address and remedy. Jo has great success with people wanting to curb addictions like smoking and reliance on pain medication. She can test for and help with toxins, chemical sensitivity, heavy metals, parasites, viruses, bad bacteria, fungi, allergies, intestinal and immune issues, infertility, anxiety, and much more. If you or someone you know has been struggling with any of these issues, BRT could help. It’s incredibly gentle and non invasive and you get to sit in a really big comfy chair for an hour or so and chat with a lovely person keen to see you get the best health outcomes possible.
How to book your Bioresonance Therapy session
You can book online here.
If you’re booking your first appointment with inSYNC Bioresonance Therapy, be sure to contact Joanne Garner on 0404 128 467 and she will open up an appointment slot for you, especially when you tell her you heard about her, from me, Steve at MANABOUTADL.
Jo is fantastic and passionate about what she does. If you’d like to have a chat with her first or have any queries about whether BRT is right for you, give her a call or send her an email and she’ll be right back in touch with you.