Hydrotone Colonic

wellness from within

wellness from within

wellness from within

Hydrotone Colonic Video

This video is about Veronica and the Hydrotone Colonic

Frequently asked questions on the Hydrotone Colonic Video being answered by Veronica the therapist and owner at the Hydrotone Colonic Clinic in Wandsworth SW London.
At the clinic you will find Veronica a highly qualified clinical nurse specialist and experienced colonic therapist with over 8 years experience , who is successfully helping clients in the alleviation of digestive discomfort such bloating, constipation wind for example ..
Colonic irrigation is a completely natural treatment that is enjoyed by thousands of people everyday, from celebrities and film stars to ordinary people over the age of 18 to 80 plus who has no contra indications.
Colonic irrigation is not a new idea; it has been carried out for thousand of years by people across the world. Today as explained on the Hydrotone Colonic Video it is safer and simpler than ever.Few of us eat as healthily as we should, or take enough exercise and water.
This often leads to an imbalance in our natural digestive system causing digestive and bowel problems, resulting in headaches and lethargy. As well as helping with these symptoms, colonics can also give a sensation of overall well-being and are often the inspiration for a healthier diet and lifestyle all round.
Colonic irrigation is a simple ,safe and effective treatment which takes up to 45 minutes. With your experienced and qualified therapist you should feel comfortable and with her discretion the treatment is not a bad experience at all.

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