Around 5,000 years ago the Chinese discovered an energy system than runs through and around the body. At around the same time, in India, similar discoveries were being made. What followed was thousands of years of practical research where detailed 'maps' of the human body were gradually built. These 'maps' became the guides for acupuncturists and healers the world over.
Fast forward to the early 1920's and Leon Ernest Eeman found himself "100% disabled" after a plane crash toward the end of the first world war. The medical establishment at the time declared that they could do no more for him so Leon went on to develop a 'relaxation circuit', made of copper. Amazingly, with the use of vibrational frequencies, he cured himself of his disability and spent the next twenty years developing the concept further.
At around the same time, Edgar Cayce and Royal Raymond Rife were making their own discoveries about holistic and energetic healing, with particular regard to vibrational medicine.
In 2005, Jill Jesson started to use a rudimentary copper circuit. Over the following years, Jill used the circuit more and more in her practice. In 2010 she combined the circuit with the use of vibrational frequencies, along with a 'booster'. The results were extraordinary and word of mouth quickly travelled, so much so, than in 2013, Jill, along with her husband, Allen, decided to launch Vitali-Chi as a way of promoting and sharing this breakthrough in healing.
It is, of course, still very early days but those extraordinary results have started to spread and with the help of the Internet, news is travelling fast. The innovative cosmetic range is also starting to make some significant and positive waves in the marketplace. Please try Vitali-Chi for yourself, you will not be disappointed.
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Essex CO5 8NE
email: allen AT vitali-chi.com
Vitali-Chi Limited is a registered company in the UK, company number 8633023. Vitali-Chi and VGeneré are registered trademarks. Vitali-Chi Balance and Vitali-Chi Boost are both patent pending. British Patent Application No. 1316521.2