Bodies that are properly cared for perform better, which explains why most Olympic records are held by reanimated mummies. Go for the pharaoh's gold with today’s Groupon: for $55, you get a colon-hydrotherapy treatment at Rejuvenation Plus (a $120 value).
Featured on the New York Times’ 911 list for her commitment to hygiene and detoxification, certified colon therapist JoAnne Greylen Asher purifies the body by flushing out built-up waste and toxins during colon-hydrotherapy sessions. Clients recline on a treatment bed and relax like chameleons playing hide-and-seek as the therapist introduces gentle pulses of Kiva-processed, pH-balanced water into the colon. Ultraviolet light and ozone add sterilizing touches to the gravity-fed-filtered water, whose hyperactive oxygenated contents stimulate cellular function and accelerate the body's own cleansing process. As the 30- to 60-minute session unfolds, waste loosens and flows out of the body, taking poisons along with it while helping to relieve stress on the liver, balance the digestive system, and increase overall feelings of well-being.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Rejuvenation Plus a spot on Groupon's Best of 2011 list.
New York Health & Synergy
Featured on the New York Times’ 911 list for her commitment to hygiene and detoxification, certified colon hydrotherapist JoAnne Greylen Asher purifies the body with cleansing treatments. It's the Kiva-processed water she uses that sets her colonic services apart—this pharmaceutical-grade liquid is sterilized, triple filtered, and contains a balance of electrolytes and negative ions. She also promotes the purging of toxins through steam sessions in a hyperthermic chamber, a sauna pod that bathes the body from the neck down in oxygen and therapeutic heat. Lymphatic-drainage massages use a mechanized handpiece to help smooth skin, and ear candling helps clear canals of wax and lost quarters.