Irrigation of the large intestine with gentle water pressure to flush out waste. Also known as Colon Irrigation or Colon Lavage.


A vacuum created by an extinguished flame in a small glass, bamboo or pottery cup, applied to the skin causes a gentile suction, thought to remove " impure energy" from the body.

Ear Candling

A rising hot air from a hollow candle helps remove wax build-up from the ear canals.

Sunless Tanning

Sunless tanning is the doctor-preferred method of achieving a darker skin tone. Tanning beds cause an artificial suntan by exposing the skin to ultraviolet rays, which have been associated with an increased risk of skin cancer. Sunless tanning, by contrast, uses a sugar called dihydroxyacetone (DHA) to stain the epidermis, or outer layer of the skin, causing a change in skin tone without UV exposure. Tans may last up to a week before fading due to natural skin renewal. Sunless tanning products can be applied quickly over large areas in spray-on booths. Estheticians can also apply tanning creams, lotions, and oils by hand, or with an airbrush or a mister. These procedures are most effective on freshly exfoliated skin. Tanning products with DHA provide only minimal, temporary sun protection; sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher should always be applied to exposed areas.


Array of treatments using products containing ingredients from grapes and grape seed extracts.