Out with the bad and in with the good. When you feel sluggish, bloated, and fatigued, it’s time for a refresh. We can help you reset your body and practice some self-care! Read on for our top detox activities that you can do at home.

  1. Keep toxins out
    • Eat clean and avoid dyes, preservatives, artificial sweeteners, and chemicals
    • Clean up makeup, skin care, cleaning products, and water
    • Drink filtered water
  2. Keep your food intolerances out of your diet. If you need help learning your intolerances, talk to our staff.
  3. Take detox baths. Epsom salt is a great addition to baths. Check out more detox bath inspiration!
  4. Practice lymphatic drainage massage by a therapist or self-lymph massage.
  5. Dry brushing before showers.
  6. Coffee enemas (or colonics from a colon hydro therapist)
  7. InfraRed sauna sessions always help.
  8. Sweat. Rebound on an exercise trampoline for 5-7 minutes or walk 20-30 minutes. If your energy is up, you can begin more vigorous workouts!
  9. Sip on lemon, lime, or cucumber water all day.
  10. Green tea is also hydrating and delicious to sip on.
  11. Increase your intake of apples, pears, beets – either in your meals or juiced.
  12. Eat raw fruits and veggies only for 1 whole day.
  13. Follow the alkaline broth handout from the pH Module – request this from our staff.
  14. Deep breathing for 3-5 minutes – inhale for 4 seconds, hold for 4 seconds, and then exhale for 4 seconds.
  15. Take the 2-apple-a-day challenge! Eat 2 apples a day for 7 days.

If you’re looking for a guided detox experience, schedule an appointment and let’s work together to get you back to balanced. Our team works with you to create a custom wellness plan. Whether you’re detoxing for your general health or a specific symptom, we are here to guide you.

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