Colonics & Massage
Feel Better Now!Create new freedom, balance and energy with massage and colonic therapy. Become lighter and peaceful as you increase immunity and get ready for the Fall and Winter ahead.
Marcella Clark, licensed massage therapist and colon hydrotherapist, needed to find a cure for imbalanced shoulders, hips and spine over 20 years ago. Massage was her answer. She then needed an answer for digestive issues. Colon Hydrotherapy gave her the relief she needed. As a result, she has become a renowned therapist and comes to Camp Rawnora this weekend to share her experience, strength and hope with you.
Feel better now!
Colonics may help: acne, allergies, arthritis, headaches, insomnia, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, low immunity, low energy, and stress.
Colon Hydrotherapy, also known as “colonics”, is an ancient cleansing method that introduces warm filtered water into the large intestine, loosening the contents and gently encouraging healthy elimination.
Marcella suggests a massage/colonic package of two consecutive colonics and one massage to create a “New You” at a discounted $150 ($180 value, limited offer).
More about Colon Hydrotherapy
Clean air is an ally for respiratory health just as clean water is an ally for digestive and eliminative heath. Water that is consumed hydrates the cells of the body and assists in the elimination of toxins. Drinking water is the one method for taking water into the body. Washing the exterior of the body removes dead skin and toxins and invigorates the body. There is another very effective way that uses water to remove massive amounts of toxins from the bowels. This practice is calledcolon hydrotherapy. Simply translated it means the therapeutic use of water to clean the colon. The use of water to cleanse the colon is nothing new. Ancient cultures like the Egyptians and Romans practiced forms of colon irrigation. Hippocrates, the “Father of Medicine” employed the use of water in the colon for healing as well. In fact colon hydrotherapy was staple in the medical practice and colon irrigation machines were common in hospitals and doctors offices up into the 1930s. It seems that a trend to move away from the simple practice of colonic irrigation has gradually evolved since that time. This may be due to the preference for “state of the art” treatments. Let’s face it, anenemais low-tech, but so is the longest established and most effective natural cure,fasting.
Currently there has been a reemergence of the use of colon hydrotherapy in holistic healing practices. While part of the medical establishment chooses to dismiss the historical and current day use of colon hydrotherapy, testimonials and dramatic accounts of healing continue. John H. Kellogg M.D. operated asanitarium(health resort) in Battle Creek, Michigan where he specialized in treating gastrointestinal disorders in the early 1900s. In his practice he treated over 40,000 patients using colon hydrotherapy. He reported a 90 percent success rate in which only 20 patients required surgery. He documented these astounding results in the American Journal of Medicine in 1917.
Colon hydrotherapy is one of the cleansing options available during retreats and detox events at Camp Rawnora. A certified colon hydrotherapist is on hand to guide you through this cleansing procedure.
Become a Miso Master with Chef Adam A. Graham
Morning Star Studio
51 1/2 South Court Street
Miso is a fermented superfood that is known for making soups. Did you know there is so much more you can do with miso? Learn from Chef Adam Graham the art of making delicious soups, sauces and spreads. This event will showcase demos of delightful dishes that will make your mouth water. Recipes and tastings will be provided.
Chef Adam Graham is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Raw food Detox and the director of Camp Rawnora, a RAW-juvenation center in Waterviliet MI. Chef Adam spent a year working as a chef at The Tree Of Life Rejuvenation Center in Arizona and has traveled the world speaking and teaching about the raw food life style.
The cost for this class is $25 in advance or $40 at the door.
Payment can be made online.