Colon hydrotherapy is an internal bath that helps cleanse the colon of poisons, gas, toxins and accumulated fecal matter. During the process warm filtered water is used to soak and remove waste that adheres to the walls of the entire large intestine (51/2 feet or more). Unlike an enema, it does not involve the retention of water. There is no discomfort- just a steady flow in and out. While the client is lying comfortably on a table, a small disposable speculum is inserted into the rectum. Water flows in the colon via a small water tube and out through a different tube called a waste tube which carries the impacted feces, mucous, and toxins. It is possible to see the expelled waste matter when it passes through a special viewing window. At all times the client is fully covered for his/her modesty and the treatment takes approximately an hour. By cleansing the colon of the impacted and putrefied material, colon hydrotherapy can offer relief from a variety of disturbances. Fatigue, weight gain, headaches, skin problems, irritability, constipation, allergies, gas and bloating are just a few symptoms people have found relieved by colon cleansing.
- It is beneficial to complete a "SERIES" of colon hydrotherapy treatments to attain maximum benefits. We suggest a "SERIES" be completed within 1-3 weeks for the best results. However, every single session has a positive effect on one's overall cleansing program. Each and every treatment is a step towards a cleaner more comfortable lifestyle. We set realistic goals with our clients based on their individual goals and/or challenges, as well as, finances and what works for you.
Suggested add on services to enhance this treatment are a Chi Machine session, a Body Wrap, and Reflexology..
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Initial Visit: Approximate time 1.5 hours
Follow up: Approximate time 1 hour