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Center Yourself

Local spots to increase your well-being

Published online: Feb 14, 2022 Articles, East Idaho Business I.F. Magazine Staff
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Eastern Idaho has no shortage of dedicated medical care services, but our region also boasts plenty of wellness resources that can dovetail nicely with your basic healthcare needs. Check out this sampling for starters.

The Healing Sanctuary

187 E 13th St. 

Using a collaborative approach, this unique new kind of clinic integrates Western and Eastern medicine with natural medicine and mind-body therapies to treat the whole person through a comprehensive treatment plan. The Healing Sanctuary also offers educational services to patients, medical students, medical professionals and the community.

208-497-0500  |

Melaleuca - The Wellness Company

330 N Capital Ave.

Started in 1985, Melaleuca is the crown jewel of the Idaho Falls business community and an internationally renowned provider of wellness products. It has a full line of environmentally responsible household cleaning products, nutritional supplements and beauty products. Some of Melaleuca’s key brands include Renew Intensive Skin Therapy, MelaPower biodegradable fabric detergent, GC Control Shakes and its famous Pure Essential Oils.

208-522-0700  |

Wealth of Health Natural Market

120 S Woodruff Ave.

A long-time staple in the Idaho Falls wellness community, Wealth of Health Natural Market has been providing dietary supplements, natural medicines, sports nutrition, herbs, teas and more since 1971. For nearly 20 years, company owner Bill Ayzin hosted a radio show “Wealth of Health Nutrition Hour,” interviewing leading doctors, authors and nutrition experts from around the world. 

208-542-0015  |

3 Rivers Health Center

2410 E 25th Cir.

3 Rivers Health Center is a facility specializing in both traditional and progressive health care for body, mind and spirit. It offers practical, natural medicine for the whole person, not just the disorder. Specialties include dietary advice, naturopathic care, colon hydrotherapy and ionic foot detox.

208-523-3531  |

Healing Hands

429 B St.

A long-time presence in Historic Downtown Idaho Falls, Healing Hands is both a metaphysical store and spiritual center that includes individual treatment rooms and a downstairs classroom for its frequent classes and community gatherings. Offerings include psychic readings, “energy work” and massage therapy. It was established in 2007.

208-542-5446  |

Red Clover Herb & Market

1655 S Woodruff Ave.

For all things herbal, this one-stop shop in Idaho Falls offers a variety of products ranging from essential oils to bath and body products, bulk herbs and spices, supplies and gifts. Its signature product is its own proprietary herbal tea, the Harmony Blend. The tea is billed as “a smooth, rich, delightful symphony of six dynamic herbs synergistically harmonizing the body that tantalizes the pickiest of taste buds.” It’s available as both a hot tea and iced tea.


Golden Compass Acupuncture

2048 E 17th St., Suite C

Think Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) might be a good fit for your wellness needs? At Golden Compass Oriental Medicine, Joe Siuda uses acupuncture, Chinese herbs and Tai Chi movement for optimal health. Services range from herbal consultation to private Tai Chi classes, facial rejuvenation, cupping and Gua Sha treatments and more.


Cure Touch Massage Therapy

2450 East 25th St.

In addition to its original Rexburg location, Cure Touch Massage Therapy opened its new location in Idaho Falls in 2015. It features a full lineup of massage, facials and waxing treatments. Its clinical massages provide relief to injured muscles, such as whiplash from motor vehicle accidents among other muscle and joint injuries.

208-656-5858  |

Hygge Day Spa

190 N 1st W (Rigby)

Whether you’re looking for a simple treatment or to stay for an entire day of pampering, this Rigby-based day spa has it all. Massage treatments range from Swedish to deep-tissue, sports, prenatal, hot stone, bamboo, medical cupping and cranial sacral therapy. Hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) also offers a lineup of beauty aesthetics, including facials, lashes, brows, waxing and permanent makeup. Other services include foot zoning and detox, light therapy and various enhancements. 

208-745-2020  |

Click here to read more of the February issue of Idaho Falls Magazine.


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