Losing weight is a challenge almost as difficult as reading an entire dictionary or climbing a tree that’s covered in canola oil. Take an expert approach to tackling the task of slimming down with today’s Groupon to Vitallife Integrative Medicine. Choose from the following options:
- For $59, you get 5 infrared-detox-sauna treatments (a $135 value).
- For $119, you get 10 infrared-detox-sauna treatments (a $270 value).
- For $289, you get a health-and-nutrition-counselling package (a $610 total value), which includes:
- Detox consultation (a $175 value)
- Three nutritional consultations (a $300 value)
- Five infrared-detox-sauna treatments (a $135 value)<p>
The naturopathic medical professionals at Vitallife Integrative Medicine address both physical and emotional well-being in the treatment of common medical ailments. Patients can also pair a set of five treatments with four consultations to analyze their body chemistry and engage in nutritional awareness. Naturopathic medical professionals conduct a detox consultation, during which they determine each client’s specific ailment and develop a custom treatment plan to cleanse the body. Holistic nutritionists then help clients identify their goals for diet, exercise, and the ability to eat an entire bunch of bananas and learn to maintain health over three additional consultations. Employing natural nutrition standards, counsellors bestow healthy-eating and exercise guides as well as motivational support.
Touted by Dr. Oz on The Oprah Winfrey Show as an effective anti-aging tool, infrared saunas are believed to battle a variety of concerns, including excess weight, high blood pressure, stress, and cellulite. During each 30-minute sauna session, cellulite, hidden toxins, and memories of UFO sightings in the body are slowly dismissed, with results increasing after multiple sessions. Since Vitallife’s sauna uses infrared heat instead of traditional steam, clients breathe easier and relax more readily while their bodies are gradually slimmed and detoxified.
Vitallife Integrative Medicine
In 2006, Dr. Cheryl Cooper gathered three of her doctor colleagues and a staff of therapists and nurses to found Vitallife Integrative Medicine, focusing on noninvasive and natural treatments. They seek to help clients dodge potential health crises with preventative care in the form of weight-loss services—from hypnosis to infrared saunas—and nutritional programs such as food-allergy testing, counselling, and holistic supplements. They also promote such purely nonphysical healing modalities as reiki, shamanic soul-based-energy medicine, and slow-dancing with a favourite childhood stuffed animal.