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Colon Hydrotherapy is also known
as a colonic, or colonic irrigation. It
is a safe, effective method of
cleansing the colon
of waste material. Temperature and pressure
regulated water is gradually introduced into the colon
and released repeatedly during a
session. This process softens and loosens built-up fecal matter, which is
eventually evacuated from
the body. The intestinal tract is a
continuous tube from the mouth to
the anus, and each part of the tube has a specific function to perform. Colon Hydrotherapy is safe, and useful for many
Benefits:* cleanses, tones, and re-educates the
* helps to empty pockets of the colon where old
deposits can lie
* improves muscular
* helps to return the colonic muscles to their
original form through re-education
* aids with the prevention of many
and health issues
* improves transit time so that
Colorectal issues affects both men and women of all racial and ethnic
groups. For men, colorectal
cancer is the third most common cancer after prostate and lung cancers.
For women, colorectal
cancer is the third most
common cancer after breast and lung cancers.
This cancer can be prevented with screenings. Become proactive about your health now in
your 20's, 30's, & 40's. Don't wait another day to change your
Do you want to release better during your colonic sessions? Try using the Chi Swing Master Machine for 15-minutes before your scheduled colonic.
The Swing Master offers a comfortable padded ankle cradle, a variable speed control, and an automatic shut off timer. The Swing Master can provide mental relaxation which improves concentration, calming of the mind, and provides relief from stress and tension throughout your entire body. For 15 minutes a day you can revitalize your life energy – “Chi” – to leave you energized, refreshed, and relaxed. As you position your body on the table with your ankles in the cradles, try to keep your body aligned as straight as possible. Let your arms rest at your sides or extend your arms above your head for a full-body stretch. Take deep breaths during the exercise and allow your mind to enter a relaxed or meditative state.