Caring for your body is a task that knows no end, much like counting all the stars in the night sky or shaving Mount Rushmore. Attend to your anatomy and protect your health with today's Groupon to Abundant Life Health Center. Choose between the following options:
• For $19, you get a detox foot massage (a $40 value).
• For $30, you get a health and wellness analysis (a $65 value).
Abundant Life Health Center's owner and nutritional guide Jane Tetuan champions natural and holistic solutions to her clients' health issues and nutritional concerns. A 20- to 30-minute detoxification begins as patients dip their feet into the Ion Cleanse energy foot spa, a tub filled with ionized water molecules. The treatment is intended to penetrate tissues and body channels to break up and draw out acid wastes and expel the evicted material back into the tub's water. As latent acids leave joints, tissues, organs, and glands, patients may experience improved bodily functions and increased room for their white blood cells' out of town visitors. Following the cleansing, center therapists buff skin and increase the body's glow with a reflexology scrub, increasing personal glow and ability to attract wealthy moth friends.
In the one-hour initial health and wellness visit, Jane eases her clients through a computerized full-body scan to determine necessary nutritional improvements by testing the body's pH, mineral, vitamin, and helium levels. In the included MRT test, a blood sample determines possible food allergies, potentially revealing the root of persistent health issues or ongoing feud with Chester the Cheetah. Based on the results of each test, Jane compiles a report and consults with clients to develop a personalized, raw-food-based nutrition plan.
The Juice Garden & Nutrition Center
Breast cancer: that's the diagnosis that would change Jane Tetuan's life in more ways than one. Instead of taking the traditional route of healing—medications, chemotherapy—Jane sought out a natural path that included diet and nutritional changes. Healthy six years later, she and her husband founded The Juice Garden & Nutrition Center, where she shares her knowledge with clients who suffer from a spectrum of health issues; she also teaches prevention through healthy lifestyles rather than ducking for cover any time someone coughs in your presence. She and her staff whip up nutritional smoothies from all-natural or organic produce, mixing in nutritional supplements such as hemp seed and flax. They also lead seminars and classes that help participants learn healthy eating and lifestyles or guide them as they become health coaches themselves.