A body cleanse is well-warranted after wandering through a world of polluted cities, fast-food forests, and groves of Karl Rove doppelgangers. Rid your anatomy of unnecessary stressors with today's Groupon: for $17, you get an ionic foot detox at Crysalis Center (a $35 value), which is located downtown on 5th Avenue.
Crysalis Center unclogs and unfogs bogged-down internal caverns with an array of classic and innovative techniques performed by an amiable staff of wellness experts. Gift organs a clarifying ionic foot detox to naturally pull cellular debris, malicious metals, and stray jellybeans from your blood flow. Dip foot friends into a bath of salts, negatively charged by a low-wattage electrical coil, creating an ionic environment to decorate with debilitating debris. While you chat among friends or plan Risk strategies in a fortress of solitude, toxins leap through your pores and start a pool party near your toes.
After a 45-minute treatment, blood vessels will have lightened their load of unwanted travelers, unburdening vital organs and restoring optimal function. On rare occasions, cleanse participants have noted a slightly painful experience as metals leave their capillaries, though most report only side effects of great sleep or the ability to smell time.
Seven CityVoters recommend the Crysalis Center:
With the belief that "it doesn't have to hurt to heal," Al and Kate Reust call on their training in natural healing promote well-being through homeopathic medicine, massage therapy, and other holistic treatments. Ionic and homeopathic solutions help rid clients of harmful toxins as facials using Seacret skincare formulas nourish the complexion with dead sea minerals. As a licensed massage practitioner, Kate takes a hands-on approach to health with her extensive repertoire of massage techniques, which she enhances with essential oils, heated stones, and one eye twinkle from Fabio.
Central Business District
700 5th Ave.
Seattle, Washington 98104