Shop
Book Appointment
Contact Us

The Bodywork Center, Inc


Disclaimer: Information on this site is provided for informational purposes and does not substitute for the advice provided by a physician or other medical professional. The information contained herein must not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication. Please contact your health care provider for any suspected or current medical problem. Information and statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

We are inspired to assist in your wellness journey toward optimal health

About Detoxing

Detoxification has been practiced for centuries by various cultures. The most familiar and perhaps the oldest is Chinese medicine systems and acupuncture. Detoxing cleans your body from the inside out. By removing toxins and subsequently providing your body with healthy nutrients, detoxing can help protect you from disease and renew your ability to maintain optimal health.


Detoxification technically means cleaning the blood. Your liver is responsible for removing toxins from your body and then filters them through the kidneys, intestines, lungs, lymph system, and skin so they can be eliminated. If your body becomes compromised through illness, parasites, or a physiological condition, then toxins can not be properly processed causing a build up in your cells. 

At this point, you may feel sluggish or tired for no particular reason. You may find it difficult to lose weight. You can't get rid of that cold or the flu-like symptoms keep coming back. Even skin or digestive problems may indicate a toxin overload. Whatever the symptom, detoxifying your body will help.

Ideally a complete detoxification program is needed which will both eliminate or decrease the amount of toxins taken in and increases the amount of toxins eliminated from your body. Distinct Touch, The Bodywork Center focuses on this two-fold approach to detoxification to balance your body for optimal health.
There are many methods that can be used to detox your body. Depending on your body's individual needs, certain methods and recipes are more effective than others. Some of the most common ways are:


    >  Fasting

    >  Using food, water, fiber, and certain herbal products found in natural health stores

    >  Using various therapies such as colon irrigation, acupuncture, Auricular Therapy, ionic foot bath, sauna, Chelation

        Therapy, etc.

    >  Using certain alcohol or drug detoxifying medications provided by a medical doctor, not Dr Olivia (BD, DNM)

    >  Exercising


Distinct Touch specializes in natural detoxification therapies. We provide the following therapies which will stimulate your body to release toxins:


Colonics

International Cupping

Lymphatic Drainage

Nutritional Therapy

Q Energy Spa

QNRT (Quantum Neurological Release Therapy)

Rain Drop Therapy

Infrared, Dry, Wet Saunas


Call us today at (719) 471-3535 our Colorado Springs clinic or (303) 463-3306 our Arvada clinic for to schedule your detox appointment.


References:

"Detoxification News, Articles and Information:." NaturalNews. Natural News Network, 2013. Web. 13 Feb. 2014. <http://www.naturalnews.com/detoxification.html>.


Smith, Deborahann. "10 Ways to Detoxify Your Body." Healthy Green Living, Fitness & Sustainability. Gaiam Life - Your Guide to Healthy Living, 2007. Web. 12 Feb. 2014. <http://life.gaiam.com/article/10-ways-detoxify-your-body>.

What is Detoxification?

detoxification  de·tox·i·fi·ca·tion [dee-tok-suh-fi-key-shuhn] noun

  1. Biochemistry . the metabolic process by which toxins are changed into less toxic or more readily excretable substances.

  2. The act of detoxifying.

  3. The state of being detoxified.

  4. A period of medical treatment, usually including counseling, during which a person is helped to overcome physical and psychological dependence on alcohol or drugs.


(American Psychological Association (APA): detoxification. (n.d.). The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary. Retrieved February 10, 2014, from Dictionary.com website:http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/detoxification)


Second Step: Detox