Cloud-9 Float & Wellness Opens in Jamaica Plain




Cloud-9 Float & Wellness is now offering the latest in non-invasive therapies at their new location at 162 South Street in Jamaica Plain. Cloud-9 is a family-owned business providing float, pulse electric magnetic field (PEMF) and infrared sauna therapy.

As opposed to surgery or drugs, Cloud-9’s services are non-invasive and harmless therapies. They alleviate symptoms such as pain, anxiety and depression by targeting the source and removing stress and toxins from the body. These therapies ensure that cells are working at optimal levels so that the body can heal naturally.

“Most of you have people that depend on you and this makes your health a priority,” says Alexnader Sa’Ponte, co-founder. “With the therapies we provide, we not only help you to be at your best for the ones you love, but to be at your best for a world in need.”

Cost: $20-$95 depending on service. For more information, call 617- 942-2644, email JP@Cloud9Boston.com or visit Cloud9Boston.com.

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