- $35 for one self-administered colonic treatment with a 15 minute infrared massage ($105 value)
During the self-operated treatment, customers operate a Libbe device under the supervision of a professional.
Center For Colonics
Aruna, the certified colon hydrotherapist at Center For Colonics, understands that colon hydrotherapy can be a sensitive treatment. Which is why, in addition to therapist-assisted colonics, she offers clients a do-it-yourself option. The Libbe DIY colonic system takes only a few minutes to learn, and clients can administer the treatment themselves in a comfortable and private room.
But Aruna's staff's goal is to make everything here comfortable, so even the therapist-assisted colonic treatment is performed with consideration to the client's comfort level and dignity. During the hour-long treatment, which uses FDA-approved equipment and filtered water, a therapist covers the client with a warm blanket, then uses abdominal massage to help usher toxins out of the body, as well as reflexology treatments for balance and uplift. The procedure is odorless and noiseless, and, afterward, patients can expect to leave feeling lighter and less bloated. In addition to colon hydrotherapy, Center for Colonics' detoxifying treatments extend to include ionic foot detox baths, which draw out impurities such as heavy metals, as well as infrared sauna sessions, which can be beneficial for those with joint pain.