Your body is a temple, and it sometimes needs a good dusting of the ductwork to make especially devout microbes take their leave. Tend the temple and polish the pipes with this Groupon to EuroHealth (an $80 value). Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one colon-hydrotherapy package (an $80 total value).
- For $109, you get three colon-hydrotherapy packages (a $240 total value).
Each package includes the following:
- One colon-hydrotherapy session (a $65 value)
- A one-time supply of probiotics (a $15 value)
At EuroHealth, a wellness center catering to English and Russian speakers, an internationally certified colon hydrotherapist clears buildup from intestines with an FDA-approved device. The roughly 45-minute treatment irrigates digestive systems when a special disposable nozzle is inserted into the rectum to inject cleansing warm water into the colon in an odor-free session. The hydrotherapist then uses massage therapy on specific sections of the colon, leaving many patients feeling lighter and ready to start weight-loss programs or fly. After their deep-body cleanse, colon-owners leave with a supply of probiotics, which entice healthy bacteria back into the system post-session. Hydrotherapists recommend that patients abstain from eating food or crayons for two hours prior to their arrival at the center.
At Eurohealth’s Russian- and English-speaking clinic, Tatyana works to heal patients using natural remedies. Drawing on her experience and credentials as a doctor of alternative medicine and naturopathy, a certified holistic herbalist, and a member of the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy, she works to treat the source of diseases and ailments, avoiding antibiotics and painkillers. Each treatment begins with a comprehensive one-hour consultation, during which the practitioner uses computer biomarker testing to determine optimal remedies for the client, from the best nutritional supplements to the worst flavor of Flintstones vitamins. She then designs a treatment plan to suit the patient's ailments—whether that means a colonic, exercise techniques for the lymphatic or circulator system, or various modes of massage therapy, including Swedish, craniosacral, and prenatal.