Like a major highway, the digestive system often encounters slowdowns in the form of traffic jams and roadblocks made of chewing gum swallowed seven years ago. Clear up internal stoppages with this Groupon: for $35, you get a colon-hydrotherapy session at Healthworks Healing Arts Institute and Wellness Center (a $70 value).
The licensed, gentle wellness experts and technicians at Healthworks Healing Arts Institute and Wellness Center work to banish harmful agents and boost the body's efficiency with private, comfortable colon hydrotherapy. During a 45- to 60-minute procedure, patients take a brief and confidential survey before privately undressing from the waist down, donning a modest toga, and reclining on a comfortable bed amid FDA-approved therapy equipment. Next, a pencil-thin self-inserted tube sends purified water to the colon, causing the body to naturally release pent-up waste and toxins in an odor-free process. The gentle cleansing aims to relieve toxemia and uremia, boost efficiency of the circulatory and cardiovascular systems, and help the body completely eliminate harmful waste.
The dedicated technicians at Healthworks ensure every patient's comfort and dignity with discreet screening, private rooms, and clean reclined treatment beds. Like a rigorous workout routine inside an automated car wash, the brief procedure leaves guests lighter and cleaner, with purified water flushing away pounds of waste before clients enjoy a free wellness consultation to prepare for a future of toxin-free health.
HealthWorks Healing Arts Institute and Wellness Center
“You are unique.” This is one of 13 principles that guides the staff at HealthWorks Healing Arts Institute and Wellness Center. Principles such as this and "What you attend to, you become," are acted upon by therapists as they customize healing therapies to fit clients' needs. Though colon hydrotherapy is their headlining service, the staff also specializes in massage therapy, tai chi, and yoga, and leads system cleanses. They also flex their healing expertise in classes that show students how to replace limiting thoughts with positive ones and how to turn hot dogs into dachshunds.