Colon Hydrotherapy with Option for Infrared-Sauna Session, or a Detox Package at Phountain Health (Up to 57% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Ionic footbaths aim to raise the body’s pH levels and remove heavy metals; vibration therapy burns calories while boosting blood flow

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Colon hydrotherapy is only valid at the West Islip location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

$39 for a colon-hydrotherapy session, valid only at the West Islip location (a $90 value)
$49 for a colon-hydrotherapy session with an infrared-sauna session, valid only at the West Islip location (a $115 value)
$39 for a detox package, valid only at the West Islip, East Islip, Sayville, Commack, or Massapequa Park location (an $80 value)

During the 30- to 45-minute colon-hydrotherapy session, an I-ACT-certified therapist helps clients settle in upon the LIBBE open-system table. Temperature-controlled water delivered via a disposable rectal tube bathes the lower bowels, stimulating peristalsis and flushing away intestinal waste. Infrared-sauna sessions lasting 25 minutes boost circulation, aid in detoxification, and crank up the metabolism.

Phountain Health

Phountain Health was founded on the theory that staying healthy involves balancing the body's pH levels. In addition to bottling pH-balancing alkaline water—avilable for demonstration and soon to be available via delivery—Phountain Health hosts infrared-sauna sessions, which aim to improve circulation and oust toxins, as do the spa's ionic detoxifying footbaths. The business' communal approach can also be seen in hot-yoga classes, where clients work out together rather than sit alone on the couch sipping battery acid.