Portal to Ascension Conference
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Vibrate Fitness, based in South Pasadena, California, announced that they would be attending the Portal to Ascension Conference, held at The Atrium Hotel in Irvine, California on October 5th – 7th, 2018.
“This gathering is intended to bring forth a message of wisdom, enlightenment, consciousness, and unity,” said Neil Gaur, the producer of the event. He invited world-renown speakers, such as Meg Benedicte, Paola Harris, Robert Schoch, Tricia McKinnon, John Desouza, and many others to cover a wide range of topics. Neil Gaur continues: “There is a universal truth that is emerging. We now have the opportunity to shift our consciousness and create a new reality of harmony, sacred economics, and universal peace.” He also selected exhibitors that promote forward thinking, good health and cutting-edge technology.
“We are proud to be exhibitors included at the Portal to Ascension Event,” said Nils Vidstrand of Vibrate Fitness. “We’re bringing two technologies: vibration platform machines and polychromatic light therapy so that the attendees can experience space-age technology for themselves.”
This company brings solutions to the busy modern lifestyle: not enough time to exercise and the need to take better care of ourselves. “The vibration platform machines build muscle strength, bone density, increase circulation and lymphatic drainage, in less time and less effort. Compared to conventional exercise or gym workouts: 10-minutes of vibration equals 40-60 minutes on a stationary bike. It’s easy on the joints.” For information about the four types of vibration machines, visit: www.vibratefitness.com
“We’re excited to present polychromatic light therapy with an FDA cleared medical device,” said Nils Vidstrand. “Wavelengths of light are emitted via LED light diodes on a neoprene pad. The light naturally absorbed by the cells assists in the production of cell energy for repair and regeneration throughout the body. Facialists use light therapy for beautiful skin in their spas. However, it took a clinical study with Iraq war vets to prove that TBI, traumatic brain injury, could be remedied using light therapy pads. This year PBS television presents a documentary film featuring our company and how light therapy increases circulation and reduces pain in association with chronic physical pain. Visit our other website for more information about this remarkable therapy.” www.InLightMedical.com/VioletRay
“The third breakthrough product we’re featuring is “Celluvation Crystals.” This product is cutting-edge technology: applying “frequencies” to organic tea that we can drink. This new product is a combination of homeopathy, computer programming, Rife frequencies and probably Tesla too. The Youth formula contains the frequencies of hydrogen, glutathione, and many others that relate to building collagen for hair, skin, and nails, increasing hydration throughout the body. However, if you analyze the tea, you won’t find any actual hydrogen or glutathione because it is using only the frequency of those components.” Nils Vidstrand concluded with: “Two other formulas include Brain formula for heightened brain function and Energy formula for sustained physical energy. Other new products will be released this fall.”
Attending the conference will be the inventor and programmer of Celluvation Crystals, Jos Daniel. Besides trying a sample of the formulas, you can stand next to a real pioneer in genius thinking. For the benefit of super well-being, have a cup of frequencies.
The Portal to Ascension Conference will be the highlight of the fall season in the Los Angeles area for seekers of an “enlightening” experience. Visit the Vibrate Fitness exhibit for “good vibrations” and light therapy and imbibe tea with the “frequencies of beautiful skin and radiant well-being.”
Hours of the Conference
Our Booth Show hours:
Friday, October 5 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday, October 6 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday, October 7 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Address and Parking
The Atrium Hotel
18700 MacArthur Blvd, Irvine, CA 92612
Parking at the venue is $8 per day