Wellness Visions Center in Richmond celebrates first anniversary

Wellness Visions celebrates one-year anniversary
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Richmond-based Wellness Visions, the first and only center in the San Francisco and East Bay areas to feature a 24-unit Energy Enhancement System (EESystem) as part of its wellness services, celebrated its first anniversary with a two-day event on June 7-8.

Nearly 200 people attended the event at the center at 5327 Jacuzzi St., including Dr. Sandra Rose Michael, inventor of the EESystem, and Berkeley Chamber of Commerce CEO Beth Roessner and lead staff members. 

First-timers were introduced to EESystem technology, which generates bio-active fields including scalar waves to allow cell regeneration, improved immune function, pain relief, detoxification, mood elevation and other benefits, according to Wellness Visions.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony kicked things off June 7 and was followed by a VIP Meet & Greet ticketed event with Dr. Michael and a sound healing session featuring celestial music by the Harp Dream Temple.

The next day, Dr. Michael led a workshop and a presentation on “The Science of Kahuna,” and “Revolution in Healing Science of the EESystem.” Monies raised from the raffle drawing, which offered various discounted EESystem prize packages, were slated to benefit the Wellness Visions Scholarship Fund, which supports low-cost or free sessions to members in need. 

During the VIP Meet and Greet event, Dr. Jennie Hsu, a lifestyle medicine physician and founder of Wellness Visions, announced that EESystem awarded Wellness Visions a research grant of $50,000 to support the Quantum Wellness Transformation project. This is a pilot clinical study that will examine the epigenetic, health, metabolic, and quality of life changes with the EESystem. Project study results are expected to be announced at the end of fall 2024.

“Wellness Visions offers a holistic approach to health and wellness using science-based strategies, education, and coaching to give people the opportunity for a healthy, sustainable, and productive life,” Dr. Hsu said.