Body wraps were invented by the Egyptians, who somehow knew mankind would one day need mummies to play the saxophone solos in Halloween party songs. Do the mash with today's Groupon to Detoxification Station, on Brambleton Avenue. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get three infrared body-wrap sessions (a $105 value).
- For $14, you get an ionic detox foot bath (a $29 value).
Detoxification Station chases toxins out of the body with services aimed at aiding overall health. The infrared body wrap swathes bodies in healing heat, evoking a sweat- and calorie-shedding response that can rid soul sheds of up to 600 calories in a 45-minute session. The process can help clear unsightly cellulite formed by too many cottage-cheese soaks while also improving the immune system, detoxifying the body, and easing joint pain and stiffness. The ionic detox foot bath combines the purity of water with a specialized bio-electric charge, which is designed to amplify the body's ability for self-healing. Similar to the benefits of hot springs, the process draws toxins out through the feet, ridding all memories of socks and sandals past.
After three decades of holistic-therapy research, Brenda “Bebe” Ball founded Rejuvenation Station to share her belief in a natural path to wellness. The center’s noninvasive treatments range from infrared body wraps, which fight cellulite and burn calories while also improving skin, to ion detox footbaths, which draw out toxins and boost energy. Bebe has also brought Japanese technologies to Rejuvenation Station in the form of an electro reflex energizer, which stimulates acupressure points, and an e-power machine, whose high-frequency energy works to accelerate healing and aid mental focus.