Vail Valley Bizwatch: Blue Mayim Colon Hydrotherapy |

Vail Valley Bizwatch: Blue Mayim Colon Hydrotherapy

Daily Staff Report
Vail, CO, Colorado

Business name: Blue Mayim Colon Hydrotherapy.

Date opened: October, 2004.

Ownesr: Mary Blair and Roni Sheldon.

Contact info: 970-376-8203

What goods or services do you provide? Colon hydrotherapy, cleansing and nutritional support.

What’s new or exciting at your place? Fall is in the air – it’s a great time to cleanse!

What strategy do you use to differentiate your business from your competition? We are the only colon hydrotherapy show in town!

What philosophy do you follow in dealing with your customers? “Empowerment For Life” is our motto. We want to lay the foundation and give people tools for a healtier life but, ultimately the client needs to take responsiblity for themselves.

What can your customers expect from you? We understand that when people come to us they are often having health or digestive/elimination issues. We are compassionate and professional with our clients. We always want people to feel that they are in a safe, comfortable environment. We will do our best to set you on the path to a healthier life. If we cannot provide what you are looking for, we will send you in the right direction.

Tell us a little about your background, education and experience: Mary has been in the valley practicing massage therapy for 13 years. She attended the Woods Hygiene Institute and the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics, for colon hydrotherapy. She has a background in yoga and a love for natural health and healing.

Roni has been practicing massage for 12 years and studied holistic nutrition eight years ago. She attended the National Holistic Institute, The Nutrition Therapy Institue and the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics.

Roni and Mary have both been practicing colon hydrotherapy for over five years.

What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? The topic of poop is always pretty funny, so we try to make light of the subject but keep it professional with every session.

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