Effectively harnessed, electrical currents can tone muscle, which is why Frankenstein's monster was so feared for his rock-hard abs. Bring physiques back to life with today's Groupon to Ojus Ayurveda and Yoga in Surrey. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one Sinchloss EMS body-sculpting session (an $89 value).
- For $69, you get two Sinchloss EMS body-sculpting sessions (a $178 value).
Equipped with degrees in Ayurveda, a form of Indian alternative medicine, the staff at Ojus Ayurveda and Yoga uses a noninvasive Sinchloss machine to battle cellulite, fat, and weak muscle. An initial 30-minute consultation measures clients and helps them design a treatment plan that focuses on specific body areas such as the hips, waists, thighs, elbows, and abdomens. During sessions, specialized pads cozy up to skin to dispense electromagnetic pulses while warming with a built-in heating unit. The gentle currents prompt muscles to contract and relax, potentially burning off excess fat, bolstering strength, and removing stuck-on seat cushions. Each half-hour session can vanquish up to nine unwanted inches as well as abate muscle pain. Additionally, bodies can emerge from their makeovers with tighter skin and fewer wrinkles.
The practitioners at Ojus Healthcare all hail from India, where they each earned bachelors' of ayurvedic medicine and surgery (BAMS) degrees. Ayurveda's holistic therapies date back more than 5,000 years and are drawn from ancient Indian holy texts, or Vedas.
Using diagnostic techniques developed long before blood tests or x-ray glasses, the specialists at Ojus examine their patients' eyes, tongue, skin, and pulse to determine their overall constitution during an initial consultation. If toxins seem to be weighing a person down, a five-part panchakarma detox may be recommended. This regimen includes internal and external cleansing by way of warm oil massaged into the skin, ingested, dripped up the nose, and applied over the eyes. A steam box draws impurities out through the sweat glands and soft dough is used to form oil reservoirs on especially troubled areas.