Your body is a temple, and it sometimes needs a good dusting of the ductwork to make especially devout microbes take their leave. Tend the temple and polish the pipes with today's Groupon: for $39, you get one colonic hydrotherapy session at Back to Nature Health and Wellness Center in Annapolis (an $85 value).
At Back to Nature Health and Wellness Center, Argo Duenas draws on nursing experience and training in several holistic therapies to naturally revitalize clients' digestive canals. A certified colon hygienist, Duenas irrigates internal aqueducts using a gentle, continually flowing stream of water to relieve constipation and gas, as well as enhance circulation to chilly hands and feet. Impacted waste and toxins are gently evicted via the cleansing flow, and normal intestinal flora and Christmas trees grown for extra holiday cash actually may receive a boost from the process, which aims to restore friendly bacteria and bring balance between alkalis and acids in the digestive tract. During each 45-minute session, Duenas drapes reclining clients for modesty's sake, monitoring the temperature-controlled tributary and often aiding the cleansing process with a light abdominal massage. Newly lightened bodies leap from the office with renewed energy and may notice fewer headaches, sweeter breath and body fragrance, and a less-nervous nervous system.
Back to Nature Health and Wellness Center
At Back to Nature Health and Wellness Center, leading practitioner Argo Duenas's deep belief in the benefits of holistic healing took her off the path of traditional medical nursing two decades ago and redirected her journey toward certification in colonic hygiene, reflexology, and energy adjustment. Inside her clean, homey, brick-fronted clinic, Duenas relies on drug-free methods such as reiki, colon hydrotherapy, and ear candling to purge the body of toxins and attempt to alleviate ailments ranging from digestive disorgers to chronic fatigue. Argo also teaches body awareness, and preventative wellness through lectures and seminars.