Become a Licensed Practitioner
The Hypno-Band Weight Loss System is sweeping the country and abroad. We are now giving qualified Hypnotherapists the chance to become part of the latest and biggest thing to hit the world of Hypnotherapy in years.
The Hypno-Band system is now available for use under license to suitably qualified Hypnotherapists. For a one-off fee practitioners gain the right to use the Hypno-Band Weight Loss System in their own clinic. They will also be given the right to use the Hypno-Band logo and will be listed as a “Hypno-Band Licensed Practitioner” on this website.
Please note Licenses are dependent on location. If you are a qualified Hypnotherapist and you are interested in becoming a licensed Hypno-Band Practitioner, please use the contact form below.
The cost of the licence was originally set in 2010 and has not been changed since but with the acquisition of the business in 2019 (see about us) and given the new growth plans for the future, the licence fee has been adjusted accordingly and is currently set at £299 (but remains a single one-off payment).
Applying for a Licence – Read This Before Applying Below
- Please visit the licence terms and conditions page and download a copy before filling out the application form as it is important that you can meet the criteria required for obtaining a licence.
- Once you determine if you can meet the criteria, fill out the application form below and we will contact you to ask for proof of the required documentation as outlined in the terms and conditions.
- Finally, if your documents meet the basic requirements, we will provide you with a password to open the payment page to purchase your licence. We will then send you a link to download the ‘Practitioner’s Pack’.
License Application Form
Check Your BMI
Your BMI gives and indication of your health risks. A BMI between 18 and 25 is regarded as “Normal”, between 25 and 30 is classed as “Overweight” and a BMI between 30 and 40 is in the “Obese” range. If you have a BMI over 40 you are classed as “Morbidly Obese.” Not only can obesity affect life expectancy it can be responsible for conditions such as: cardiovascular disease, diabetes Type II, stroke, cancer, joint problems such as osteoarthritis and high blood pressure.
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