An unclean colon can be a breeding ground for diseases and infections, but also gross stuff, too. Take out the trash with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for a colon-hydrotherapy session (a $75 value)
- $45 for a colon-hydrotherapy session and an infrared-sauna session (a $100 value)
An I-ACT-certified colon hydrotherapist assists in flushing out interior viaducts using an FDA-approved LIBBE apparatus with a built-in UV water-purification system. The system is designed for maximum privacy for the client. The device introduces filtered, temperature-controlled water into the colon to draw out impacted debris, a process that can aid in digestion and nutrient absorption. Therapists recommend a series of three colon-hydrotherapy sessions for optimal results. A 20- to 30-minute infrared-sauna session works to warm muscles, boost metabolism, and release toxins.
Renew Wellness Spa
Amber Sam knows what it takes to do a complete 180. Once an overweight banker with little energy, she decided to change her life by employing healthful habits and stress-busting therapies, an effort that resulted in an 80-pound weight loss and heightened control of her diabetes. Seeing what these treatments could do for her, she left her job and opened Renew Wellness Spa, where she and her staff of licensed massage therapists inspire clients to make more healthful choices and encourage disease prevention.
In a private room enveloped in the soothing aromas of essential oils, herbs, and flower essences, a massage therapist employs long, languid strokes to relieve stress and improve circulation. In a different location, an ionic footbath works to detoxify bodies and keep little piggies from gorging on roast beef. Elsewhere, colon hydrotherapy aims to improve digestion and nutrient absorption. Staffers also prepare custom plans for those in their Wellness Works membership program, which includes amenities such as a quarterly consultation and discounts on most treatments.