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Rejuvenate your body from the inside out with Inner Wellbeing

Overview of Majella Brennan

Majella Brennan is the owner and leading Colon Hydrotherapist at Inner Wellbeing. Having suffered from acute bowel issues since her childhood, Majella prides herself on being an extremely determined and passionate therapist to help educate people on better gut health. She knows all too well the extensive personal experience associated with health issues at the result of bowel problems.

As a result of her own personal health journey she spent most of her life in hospital being treated for a variety of issues related to her bowel health, which ultimately resulted in 95 percent of her large bowel (colon) being removed at the age of 20.  

However, this wasn’t the answer. Majella endured a full year of suffering after this surgery, and was hospitalised every few weeks with severe unknown pain. She continued to suffer with severe toxic bowel problems which led to other various health issues such as hormone imbalance, skin problems, bloating, fluid retention, emotional pain, anxiety, and frustration, which left her feeling constantly hopeless. The turning point for Majella was when she failed a variety of medical tests, which were nerve to muscle connections, and her only medical option to fix the issues was more surgery, which included receiving a colostomy bag.

Majella tried every other possible treatment known to her to deal with her gut and other health issues. Her life changed after a few months from receiving the Brunelle Method of Colon Hydrotherapy.  She created the impossible – a nerve to muscle connection and peristaltic action of the small bowel.  Her bowel start working for the first time in many years.

This was the driving force for Majella to train and study. She trained and worked in Taringa Health Centre on the Gold Coast for years and also worked part time in the famous Hippocrates Detoxing/Fasting retreat in the Gold Coast.  She gained work experience in other methods of colonics in cleansing retreats in Asia and South Australia. In 2004 she moved back to Ireland with her husband.  There she opened her clinic Inner Health, also offering Lymphatic Drainage. She ran a successful busy clinic mainly working by referral for doctors and naturopaths.

In 2008 she returned to Brisbane with her husband and one year old daughter. There she opened up her small practice of Colon Hydrotherapy and Lymphatic Drainage.

In 2018 she relocated to Sydney with her now two children and hubby.  After a tough 3 years with her marriage breakup, Majella has made her dream a reality and opened Inner Wellbeing in Dee Why, Northern Beaches.

The Company

Majella Brennan opened Inner Wellbeing in January 2020. The company was created on the foundation that inner health should be approached with the latest treatments and best sourced products that enhance true health from the inside out.

As a company, Inner Wellbeing offer tailor-made treatment plans that are all natural, gentle and non-invasive. Their aim is to create a personalised treatment plan that works best for each of customer’s  individual needs.   

The Services

Inner Wellbeing offers four amazing treatments:

The Brunelle Method of Colon Hydrotherapy

Colon Hydrotherapy is one of the fastest ways to detox the system, providing an instant feeling of wellbeing whilst improving overall health. Colonics supports, tones and relaxes the body, providing a gentle, internal cleansing treatment.

Inner Wellbeing uses a specialised method of colon hydrotherapy known as the Brunelle Method. This method of colonic irrigation is a gravity fed, closed system that has unique features as it works on the principle of only a small amount of water being inserted into the colon, and then pulsated to defecate naturally.  This method also incorporates medical oxygen into the water.

Lymphatic Drainage – Pressotherapy Machine

Inner Wellbeing’s Lymphatic Drainage treatment is cutting-edge, pain free and designed to enhance the flow of your natural lymphatic system, improve circulation and enhance deep detoxification.

Producing a lymphatic drainage massage, the Pressotherapy machine works by using computerised gentle air pressure that inflates into a boot covering the feet, legs, hips, buttocks and abdomen. The gentle pressure continually moves up and across the lower body and over the abdomen, varying dosage rates depending on the individual’s program.  This medical grade machine from Europe has seven different programs treating different issues such as hard cellulite, soft cellulite, trapped fat, etc.

Infrared Saunas (choice of 2)

Inner Wellbeing uses the revolutionary 2019 3-in-1 Infrared Sauna mPulse Series Model by Sunlighten, which is the only sauna with three precise levels of near, mid and far-infrared wavelength technology, and six wellness programs and the ability to personalise the sauna session to suit individual needs.

Near infrared supports cell health and immunity, wound healing, skin purification, and pain relief. Whereas, mid and far infrared relieves pain, improves circulation, promotes weight loss, reduces blood pressure, and stimulates detoxification.

Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

This therapy involves breathing concentrated oxygen in a very comfortable pressurised tent. As a result of the increased pressure, oxygen loads not only the red blood cells but also the plasma allowing the increased oxygen to deeply penetrate the body tissues. This practice helps with recovery and inflammation by providing cells and tissues with the oxygen required to heal and rejuvenate.

At Inner Wellbeing, Oxygen Therapy is a meditative, calming experience that uses pressure to increase the availability of oxygen in the bloodstream supporting general wellness. Elite athletes utilise this modality as a method of increasing energy, performance levels and supporting general recovery and injury.

Address: 10/22 Fisher Road, Dee Why
Phone: 9972 2450
Email: info@innerwellbeing.com.au
Website: https://innerwellbeing.com.au/
Facebook: @innerwellbeingclinic
Instagram: @innerwellbeingclinic

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