What You'll Get
It doesn’t take much to disrupt the body’s internal energy: keeping an irregular sleep schedule, repressing anger, or squeezing an ice cube in your hand and slowly lowering your fist into a sink of hot water. Restore the balance with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$199 for one IV vitamin-therapy session (a $579 value)
$299 for two IV vitamin-therapy sessions (a $1,158 value)<p>
Each session includes:
- Initial consultation with an osteopathic doctor (a $325 value)
- Live guided meditation (a $30 value)
- IV vitamin therapy (a $199 value)
- 25 minutes in the massage chair (a $25 value)<p>
Sessions are available from 5–7 p.m. on the following dates:
- Tuesday, July 23
- Thursday, July 25
- Thursday, August 15
- Tuesday, August 20
- Tuesday, September 10
- Thursday, September 12<p>
The IV vitamin therapy patients will receive is known as the Myers Cocktail, an injection that was recently featured on the Dr. Oz Show. First used by physician John Myers to treat fatigue, chest pain, anxiety, and depression, the cocktail in its current form was developed by Dr. Alan Gaby, MD, who was an instructor of MiBaSo founder Ahuva Gamliel. Gamliel has teamed up with Dr. Kristopher Goddard, DO, who will administer the IV vitamin therapy as each patient kicks back in a massage chair and joins in a live guided meditation session. The vitamin cocktail boasts a host of benefits, including staving off aging, allergies, migraines, low libido, and digestive disorders. Click here for a full list of benefits.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 12, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
While working a cruise ship, holistic doctor and acupuncturist Ahuva Gamliel treated a passenger complaining of digestive issues. Impressed by how fast she found relief, the patient said she would send her husband so that Gamliel could treat his shoulder pain. But the woman added, "My husband is not going to tell you this, but he has erectile dysfunction and I want you to treat him for it." Noticing the man didn't mention erectile dysfunction on his intake form, Gamliel proceeded to treat him for it anyway, along with tending to his shoulder. A few days later, the woman stopped by and said, "What did you do to him? I feel like we are on our second honeymoon." Dr. Gamliel thrives on hearing such patient testimonials. Knowing since she was 5 years old that she would become a doctor, Gamliel began working as a phlebotomist in high school. But her first experiences with conventional medicine—which she recalls as "cold, callous, and impersonal"—left her disenchanted. After completing undergraduate study in psychobiology, Gamliel discovered the field of natural medicine and went on to earn a doctorate in naturopathic medicine and acupuncture from Bastyr University. Today, Gamliel pursues her vision of bringing natural healthcare to the masses through MiBaSo, an acronym for mind, body, and soul. Gamliel hopes to turn MiBaSo into a franchised, membership-based practice that increases the visibility, accessibility, and affordability of natural medicine.