Renew Holistic Wellness Now Open
Renew Holistic Wellness, a new natural care center offering thermography services, colon hydrotherapy, integrative nutrition, health coaching and reiki, has opened, by appointment only, in Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport neighborhood. Owner Kelly Kolodzinski is a certified thermography technician, colon hydrotherapist, reiki practitioner and integrative nutrition health coach.
Medical thermography is a non-invasive, radiation-free, painless imaging process that can assess abnormal inflammation in the body, as well as risk for breast cancer. Colon hydrotherapy is a natural treatment that returns the digestive system to a more natural, healthy state, assists in detoxification and improves overall sense of well-being. In addition, Kolodzinski offers health-coaching services for issues such as digestive wellness, diet and detoxification, healthy cooking, emotional eating, food allergy/intolerance awareness and more.
“With each session, you’ll get real, usable knowledge to apply to your life,” Kolodzinski says. “We work with each individual and encourage positive changes via solutions developed in partnership with the client.”
Location: 4727 S. Howell Ave. (lower level), Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-331-8626, email Kelly@RenewHolisticWellness.com or visit RenewHolisticWellness.com.
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