Immune System Boost Signature Package
A naturopathically inspired package to improve resistance to disease, to rejuvenate the body from sickness, sluggishness and colds, to boost the lymphatic defence system that fights infection, and to rebalance the body. This is achieved with the use of exfoliation, a range of massages, reflexology, aromatic complex herbal remedy oils, nutrients and ear candling.
Choose from the 12 therapies below, appropriate for your needs. Please contact Steve to discuss any particular conditions if you require advice.
The immune system boost package offers you:
- Full Body Scrub or Kizhi - to exfoliate the skin which opens up the pores, allowing glands to remove sweat and toxins through the skin
- Massage - A one hour rehydrating Aromatherapy massage can boost lymphocyte T-Cell numbers, key cells in the immune system, by approximately 20%
- Lymphatic Drainage Massage and/or Indian Head Massage - to focus on the main lymphatic area from the head to the armpits to improve lymph fluid flow to nodes where bacteria and waste are borken down
- Kizhi, Cupping and Gua Sha Massage - the application of heat and suction to stimulate lymphatic flow
- Sinus clearance with Hopi Ear Candling
- Endocrine stimulation with Reflexology and/or Marma Point Massage
- Improved nutrient (vitamin, mineral and trace element) intake with an Aromatherapy Massage, Facial Treatment and/or 1:1 smoothies, shakes and/or snacks
- Vitamin D boost with SAD Light Therapy and/or supplement tabs at 5000iu
- Vitamin B boost with spirulina (supplement tabs)
- Vitamin C boost with rosehip (supplement tabs)
It is recommended you can boost your immune system further at home by:
- Taking regular relaxing to moderate exercise
- Sleeping for 7 or more hours
- Avoiding alcoholic intake
- Boosting fibre (such as with wholegrain foods, nuts and seeds),
- Boosting Vitamin D levels (eg taking in 10 minutes of sun outdoors, and in supplements such as cereals and 1:1 drinks, meals and snacks)
- Boosting Vitamins B and C levels (eg taking in food and drink such as cereals, fruits and vegetables and in supplements such as 1:1 drinks, meals and snacks)
- Taking food and drinks that are non-processed (low in salt and sugar) and of high nutrient value (high in vitamins, minerals and trace elements) such as vegetables, fruit and cereals
- Drinking plenty of water.