Alive & Well Naturally Wellness Center
Relocates to Thiensville
Alive & Well Naturally, a wellness center founded in 2005 by telemetry nurse Teresa Lopez, is relocating from Libertyville, Illinois, to 140 South Main Street, in Thiensville. The new location is scheduled to open on April 4 and will offer a dry salt therapy chamber, as well as reflexology; microscopy demonstrations; the Rejuvena face-lift system; lymphatic detoxification utilizing the ELF light-beam generator ST-8 with oxygen; and medi-cupping, which can move built-up fluid in the body, aiding in the release of fascia and scar tissue.
“With spring in the air, many people are experiencing allergies and flu-like symptoms. The dry salt therapy offers great relief by opening up respiratory passages,” explains Lopez. “It acts like a toothbrush to the alveoli, expelling mucus and toxins from the lungs. It’s also excellent for cellular regeneration and many skin issues.”
In addition, Lopez focuses on breast health for women and notes that some of the therapies offered at her center can help increase range of motion and relieve lymph congestion. The center will also offer the Richway International BioMat display where clientele can experience complimentary sessions, as well as the Orgone BioMat sleep system, the original BioMat and the Alka-Life 7000 alkaline water system. New client specials will be offered during the month of April, as well as a buy-one-get-one-free special for any service offered.
For more information, email Info@AliveAndWellNaturally.com or visit AliveAndWellNaturally.com.
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