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The accumulation in the body of ketone bodies, generally
associated with a low carbohydrate intake and commonly
observed in cases of starvation, prolonged ingestion of
low-calorie, low-carbohydrate diets, and poorly controlled
insulin-dependent (Type I) diabetes.
Diagnosing and treating a disease through muscle testing.
Virtually any disease state of the body will have a
structural manifestation, a specific "body
language," represented by specific muscle weakness
patterns. This system restores the structural, mental and
chemical balance of the body through strengthening weak
muscles, stimulation of meridian points and diet.
A special photographic technique that shows up the energy
field around the body, typically the hands.
Developed by Father Sebastian Kneipp, this herbal/mineral
bath is used as part of a regimented therapy of healing;
used in combination with nutritional and exercise
disciplines. Hot and cold therapy is a key component.
A planned course or supervised series of spa treatments over
a period of time. Developed from european destination spas'
extended stay programs.
Among the most direct approaches to healing. A "body
therapy" for removing energy blockages, balancing, and
improving one's healing journey through life.
A cosmetic surgery procedure that sucks unwanted fatty
tissue out of various areas of the body, including abdomen,
buttocks and thighs.
Hawaiian rhythmical rocking massage.
A skeleton of the fruit of a loofah plant is used as a
sponge to slough off dead skin as part of a skin care
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
A therapeutic massage using a gentle pumping technique to
drain pockets of water retention and trapped toxins. This
anti-aging treatment is designed to help stimulate
circulation and boost the body's ability to eliminate wastes
and absorb nutrients.