Similar to old pennies, environmental toxins are ubiquitous, harmful if swallowed, and may contain trace amounts of Abraham Lincoln. Hand toxins their tiny stovepipe hats with today's Groupon: for $60, you get a one-hour colon-hydrotherapy session (an $85 value) and a 30-minute ionic foot-detox bath (a $40 value) at Inspired Thru Nature in Greenbelt (a $125 total value).
Inspired Thru Nature's licensed practitioner Pamela Reynolds promotes longer, healthful living with comprehensive body-detoxification methods. During a one-hour colon-hydrotherapy session, a gentle device introduces water into the colon to stimulate bowel muscles and clear the digestive tract of hoarded waste and lost socks. Cleansed and hydrated innards can leave clients with a lighter feeling and help prepare for medical procedures such as endoscopies or x-rays.
Beckoned to relax in an ionic foot bath, partied-out little piggies are slyly put to work drawing toxins from the rest of the body, like a child enthusiastically competing in a game of who-can-sit-still-the-longest. Through creating a weak electrical current that ionizes the soothing mixture of water and salts, the treatment aims to raise blood pH levels and promote allover health.
Inspired Thru Nature
Guided by family traditions of holistic medicine and respect for nature, Pamela Reynolds helps restore her client's health at Inspired Thru Nature, a natural health center that specializes in colon hydrotherapy. A family history of digestive disorders informs Pamela's practice, and many of her treatments aim to detox the digestive tract and return the body to its natural, healthy state through methods such as ionic footbaths, infrared-sauna sessions, body wraps, and ear candling. Irodology, one of Pamela's signature treatments, uses noninvasive technology to examine the iris, which provides pointed insights into overall health and celebrity-lookalike matches.
7301 Hanover Pkwy.
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770