Similar to old pennies, environmental toxins are ubiquitous, harmful if swallowed, and may contain trace amounts of Abraham Lincoln. Feel good head to tails with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $37 for one 60-minute total-body-detox treatment (a $75 value)
- $99 for three 60-minute total-body-detox treatments (a $205 value)
- $167 for six 60-minute total-body-detox treatments (a $325 value)
During the initial visit, staff explain the detox process. Patrons then relax with their feet in the warm Aqua Detox bath while an electrical array ionizes the water. The process is designed to draw bodily toxins to the feet with the released oxygen molecules, which are pulled back into the water when the machine's polarity reverses. A minimum of six treatments is recommended; benefits may include increased energy, clearer skin, and decreased muscle pain.
Buyers of this Groupon should note that health restrictions apply, especially for those who are pregnant, have pacemakers, have had an organ transplant, or have epileptic seizures. In that case, the Groupon's value may be applied toward another service.
Certified natural health practitioner Tianya Clark has been in the health industry for more than two decades, and draws upon traditional and alternative medical training to best assist her clients at Optimum Health. According to Camisha Jones of Urban Views Weekly, Clark felt more energized and able to play with her children after trying aqua detoxification, and extends that same opportunity to clients via total-body-detox sessions. Patrons relax in a private consultation room or cozy communal area while a footbath ionizes and magnetizes the warm water. The process aims to draw out impurities such as nicotine or heavy metals accumulated from playing the tuba with bare toes.
Clark teaches a three-month detoxification specialist certification program to educate others on the equipment and procedure. She performs other services geared toward tracking down toxins, including techniques such as hair analysis and iridology. The center also features a TENS unit, a device that delivers a small electrical current designed to kill bodily viruses and bacteria.