Hydradermie

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Hydradermie, previously known as cathiodermie, is a facial which uses high frequency and low voltage electrotherapy to rejuvinate and revitalize the skin in order to restore its natural radiance.

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Hypnotherapy

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Other Name(s):
Hynosis

Definition of Offering:
Using hypnosis as a therapeutic technique to treat anxiety, phobias, substance abuse, and unwanted behaviors.

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Ice Room

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A space with low temperatures where the body is cooled and open pores are closed. Upon entering, one walks and occasionally pours cold water on oneself or rubs the body with crushed ice.

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Infant Massage

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A massage therapy technique that is specialized for use on infants.  In most cases, oil or lotion is used as it would be with an adult.

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Infrared Sauna

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An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses light to create heat. These saunas are sometimes called far-infrared saunas — "far" describes where the infrared waves fall on the light spectrum. A traditional sauna uses heat to warm the air, which in turn warms your body.

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Inhalation Therapy

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The therapeutic use of inhaled vapors, some augmented with essential oils, as in the treatment to enhance respiratory wellness.

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Injectables

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Injectable wrinkle fillers used to decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles primarily on the face. 

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Interval Training

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A series of high-energy exercises succeeded by a period of low-intensity activity. A combination of high-energy exercise followed by a period of low-intensity activity.

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Ion Foot Detox Bath

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Other Name(s):
Ionic Foot Bath, Foot Detox Bath

Definition of Offering:
A ion foot detox bath is said to remove toxins from your body through your feet.

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Iridology

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Iridology is based on the premise that every organ in the body has a corresponding location within the iris of the eye, which serves as an indicator of the organ's health or disease.

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Jacuzzi

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A patented design of a whirlpool bath or a mechanism which swirls water in a bath with underwater jets.

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Jamu

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Jamu is the traditional herbal medicine of Indonesia. There are hundreds of recipes that can treat particular ailments, improve or maintain health and enhance beauty. While it is most commonly consumed as a beverage, it is also available in powders and capsules.

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Japanese Enzyme Bath

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A three part treatment lasting about an hour. First you are served hot enzyme tea, then you submerge in a large wooden tub filled with fragrant blends of cedar fibers and plant enzymes imported from Japan.

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Jin Shin Do ®

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This method combines acupressure, Taoist yogic breathing methods and Reichian segmental, with the goal of releasing physical and emotional tension.

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Jin Shin Jyutsu

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An ancient Japanese art of harmonizing the body's energy system. Similar to acupuncture in philosophy and intention, Jin Shin Jyutsu uses light touch rather than needles.

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Kansa

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A Kansa tool treatment will help relax the muscles, reduce stress and tension, detox the skin (which is our biggest organ), and improve complexion. It is a gentle and noninvasive therapy.

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Kirlian Photography

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The Kirlian photographic process uses a technique to take photographs using high voltage to reveal the "aura" around the physical object.

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Treatments combining hydrotherapy, herbology, and a diet of natural foods, developed in Germany in the mid-1800s by Pastor Sebastian Kneipp.

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Kneipp Therapy

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Treatments combining hydrotherapy, herbology, and a diet of natural foods, developed in Germany in the mid-1800s by Pastor Sebastian Kneipp.

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Kur

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A planned course or supervised series of spa treatments over a period of time, traditionally in European countries, for a period lasting from 3 to 4 weeks.

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