One or Three Ionic Foot-Detox Treatments at OmSho Crysalis (Up to 59% Off)

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Holistic healers drain feet of toxins & cellular debris via footbaths to energize, improve sleep & ease chronic pain

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Promotional value expires Jun 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

OmSho Crysalis - Multiple Locations: One or Three Ionic Foot-Detox Treatments at OmSho Crysalis (Up to 59% Off)

The body clears most toxins naturally, but some require extra effort, such as swallowed gum or rare coins from when Pauly Shore was president. Use extra muscle with today’s Groupon to OmSho Crysalis. This Groupon is valid at locations in Seattle. A new location opening in West Seattle will begin accepting Groupons after the first week of January. Choose between the following options:

  • For $19, you get one ionic foot-detox treatment (a $40 value).
  • For $49, you get a series of three ionic foot-detox treatments (a $120 value).

Holistic healers at OmSho Crysalis place faith in proper nutrition and homeopathic remedies to enkindle healthy glows, calling upon traditional allopathic medicine as needed in a community atmosphere. Under an expert’s watchful eye, 45-minute ionic foot-detox treatments suck out toxins and cellular litter like a holistically trained anteater. Patrons plunge hooves, potholed with more pores than any other appendage, into saltwater containing ions with either a positive or negative potential charge. As blood courses through insteps, circulatory systems expel noxious invaders into pitching waves. Designed to energize and encourage uninterrupted slumber, foot-detox sessions can also appease chronic joint pain and silence mouthy sock puppets.

Preexisting conditions such as PTSD or diabetes may result in lingering aches that diminish within days, and those pregnant, nursing, or receiving treatment for cancer should not complete the treatment. Staffers scour begrimed crests upon request for clues of internal issues, such as food sensitivities, abnormal organ function, and blood dyed green for Saint Patrick’s Day, while clients relax and sip tea. OmSho Crysalis’s experts recommend weekly sessions for the best results.

OmSho Crysalis

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.


69% of 96 customers recommend

  • “Great people, great healing!”

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    North Admiral

    4222 SW Walker St.


    Seattle, Washington 98116

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    Central Business District

    700 5th Ave.

    Suite 606

    Seattle, Washington 98104


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