It's easy to feel like an emperor at either of Imperial Health Spa's posh locations. Each one boasts more than 30,000 square feet of space adorned with Romanesque columns and arches. There, guests can luxuriate in four Korean-style saunas, each one tapping into natural elements to evoke its own peaceful atmosphere. The salt brick sauna, for example, helps visitors to shed harmful toxins, while the red clay room helps boost blood circulation and expel pollutants from the skin. Between rooms, guests can refresh themselves with a game of Marco Polo in the massaging jacuzzi tubs or book professional spa services such as facials and body scrubs.
Kids can’t be expected to care about their health when video games, cartoons, and unhealthy snacks are vying for their attention. That’s why the adult leaders of the Memorial Health Foundation devised a plan to get kids excited about health: HealthWorks! Kids’ Museum. Born of the founders’ desire to foster a healthier current and future community, the museum appeals to youngsters through educational forms of entertainment. Its exhibits incorporate amplified versions of many of kids’ favorite pastimes, including a life-sized rendition of Operation and numerous computer games. A rock-climbing wall and tree house with a slide encourage kids to learn through movement, which is exactly how adults learn how to escape charging bulls. Youngsters can explore the space with their families or partake in programs such as children's camps.
As its name implies, The Foot Lounge specializes in one thing: pampering feet with an array of indulgent spa services. The lounge's signature reflexology treatments ease pent-up stress as a therapist applies gentle pressure to epicenters of tension. As an added bonus, every reflexology session includes a soak in a foot bath loaded with 12 different kinds of therapeutic herbs. The luxuriant benefits of these treatments can also be accentuated by additional spa services, such as a sea salt foot scrub or the application of heated basalt stones, which are plucked from only the most relaxed of Hawaiian volcanoes.
Toxins can build up in bodily systems over the course of years, and removing all those toxins can often take extreme measures. At Las Vegas Colon Hydrotherapy, clients can free themselves of burdening toxins during treatments delivered by a caring staff lead by a 20-year veteran of the field, certified I-ACT colonics instructor and natural-health professional Donna DeCarolis.
During the signature colon-hydrotherapy session, a client relaxes amid warmed pillows and fragrant aromatherapy as gentle meditation music plays. Through a small, pencil-size tube, filtered water floods the colon and carries away built-up waste while a therapist rubs essential oils into strategic points on the hands and feet to promote relaxation. Other methods of detoxification include guided dietary cleanses, detox footbaths, and the center's infrared sauna, which works to purge chemicals and heavy metals more thoroughly than deleting the Metallica MP3s from your computer. Other helpful services include nutritional counseling using Zyto, emotional counseling using Evox, several modalities of massages, and body wraps.
Visitors who want post-secondary education in colon hydrotherapy attend the Tiller Mind Body–approved classes, during which they can learn how to properly operate colon-hydrotherapy equipment, as well as how to operate their own offices.
Purge internal passageways of blockages and residue with a one-hour colonic treatment. Using a gentle gravity-fed system, water flows through the colon at a low pressure, removing harmful toxins and intestinal shantytowns with minimal discomfort. After the treatment, gunk-free bodies may experience more energy, less stress, an enhanced sense of wellbeing, and higher Ms. Pac-Man scores. The colonic treatment is performed in a sequestered private room with the client settled on a comfy bed to aid relaxation.