Like a house, your body should be thoroughly cleaned every so often to sweep away stubborn crumbs and ensure that there are no poltergeists hiding inside. Flush out unwanted bodily residents with today’s Groupon to Complete Trinity Colon Hydrotherapy in Toluca Lake. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one colon-hydrotherapy session (a $90 value).
- For $109, you get three colon-hydrotherapy sessions (a $240 value).
At Complete Trinity Colon Hydrotherapy, experienced technicians gently purge intestinal debris with sanitary, FDA-approved LIBBE devices employed in 60- to 90-minute sessions. During each treatment, patients disrobe from the waist down and drape themselves in a sheet before slim, disposable nozzles channel warm water fresh from a two-step filtration process into colons. Staff members leave patrons in the privacy of brightly hued rooms, staying within earshot to field requests and respond immediately to secret birdcalls. Waste and toxins clinging obstinately to intestinal walls get swept up in a pressure-regulated surge, which is naturally evacuated. Internal waterways operate more effectively after a series of treatments remolds down-under tunnels into a healthier shape supported by better muscle tone and a lack of chewed-up CIA documents.
The safe, comfortable procedure garners optimal results after an average of 12 sessions. Following the session, patrons refuel bodies or reload squirt guns with steaming herbal tea, a probiotic drink, and an electrolyte mix amid candlelight and incense, then walk through to Complete Trinity Colon Hydrotherapy’s violet-and-lime waiting area. Clients with certain medical conditions are not candidates for colon hydrotherapy, but those eligible should peruse a list of pre- and posttreatment guidelines before appointments.
Complete Trinity Colon Hydrotherapy
Therapists at Complete Trinity Colon Hydrotherapy perform medical-grade treatments to evict toxins from the body, but that doesn't mean the office has the feel of a doctor's. Instead, flickering candles and modern art complement Asian-inspired decor that stands out against walls of saturated green, purple, and blue. In the softly lit, private treatment rooms, the therapists draw upon a time-tested therapy whose origins stretch back to ancient Egypt. The theory is simple: toxins and waste become stuck in the colon, compacting and hardening the longer they stay there, so by introducing warm water to soften and evacuate the waste, the treatment can render clean bodies with a reduced likelihood of illness.
The therapists who perform the treatment can vouch for its benefits. One, Diana, spent years suffering from intestinal problems before finding relief in hydrotherapy. The other, Nataya, brings her talent for massage to the treatment for an extra dose of healing, leaving clients as relaxed as an abacus during the Y2K scare.