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Whole Body Reset with Natural Paths to Wellness

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Natural Paths to Wellness is a naturopathic medicine wellness center located in New Cumberland.

If you’re unfamiliar with naturopathic medicine, it’s essentially an alternative method to traditional health care. Naturopathic medicine — and Natural Paths to Wellness — focuses on improving your health and wellness by assessing the whole body and its systems — rather than simply masking symptoms.

Natural Paths to Wellness’ teams of doctors and staff offer a variety of services and modalities to treat many common issues from heart disease to allergies to endocrine balance to skin health.

Whole Body Reset with Natural Paths to Wellness

One of the most popular programs is Whole Body Reset. This 6-week program is ideal for anyone looking to kickstart their health.

The program starts with a free consultation with Natural Paths to Wellness’ in-house nutritionist. You’ll discuss your health goals and the program details to determine whether it’s a good fit. You can sign-up for a free 45-minute consultation here.

Whole Body Reset combines a nutrition plan and a 3x/week rejuvenation circuit for six weeks to “reset” your body and improve your overall health.

I tested out the four-part rejuvenation circuit recently.

Red Light Therapy | Natural Paths to Wellness

1 | Red Light Therapy

If you’ve been served as many skincare ads as I have been, you probably already know some of the benefits of Red Light Therapy. In this 7-minute session, red lights will be used to target areas of inflammation, cellulite, or other “problem” areas. This first step helps you lose inches. It doesn’t hurt a bit (it’s not even hot). Pro tip: wear shorts and a tank so you can get those lights just where you want them.

Whole Body Vibration | Natural Paths to Wellness

2 | Whole Body Vibration

Next up, you’ll jump onto the whole body vibration board. This feels weird at first, but just 10 minutes of vibration can stimulate your lymphatic system. It helps to flush toxins and ultimately aids in weight loss.

High Intensity Interval Training | Natural Paths to Wellness

3 | High Intensity Interval Training

For just 12 minutes, challenge yourself on one of Natural Paths to Wellness’ stepper or bike. This will burn fat and boost your metabolism — helping to burn calories long after the workout is over.

Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna | Natural Paths to Wellness

4 | Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna

Ahh, the best part! You’ll end your circuit with a relaxing sauna experience. The Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna has loads of benefits, including detoxification, pain relief, and more. Plus, it feels great. Pro tip: Bring a BIG bottle of water for this one — you’ll need it!

As part of the program, you complete the circuit three times a week for six weeks. Natural Paths to Wellness’ in-house nutritionist also provides a comprehensive meal plan and support throughout the program.

The program is not only designed to help reduce body fat and inches, but it provides a whole host of benefits. Patients have experienced increased energy, improved mental clarity, a decrease in pain and inflammation, better sleep, and improved stress!

The cost of the program is $1,650 and includes:
  • 18 one-hour sessions that include red light therapy, lymphatic stimulation, exercise, and infrared sauna
  • 4 weeks pea protein powder
  • 6 weeks Weight Loss Support Supplements
  • Nutrition guidance/Meal plans

Contact Natural Paths to Wellness to learn more and schedule your free consultation.

Sara Bozich
Author: Sara Bozich

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