Rejuvenation in Iceland

 

US group Biostem Technologies has bought 98 acres of waterfront property in Reykjavik and plans to build a rejuvenation spa resort, to include stem cell treatment.

The property is a 20-minute drive from the city centre and enables Biostem Technologies to move ahead with plans to expand into European markets.

The David Wolfe Rejuvenation Centre will offer Scandinavian Spa Services:

  • massage
  • colon cleansing
  • sauna
  • cold plunge
  • steam Bath

Plus yoga, detox diets, fitness classes, and advanced preventative medical care. Stem cell treatment includes a Sandqvist stem cell facility.

The company believes that as Iceland is one of the fastest growing tourisms destinations in the world, and a central location between the Eastern US and Europe, this location will provide a perfect location to expand the Biostem business model for cellular treatments. Buildings are being renovated and a 100-room spa is planned.

Biostem already offers stem cell treatment within San Javier Hospital in Guadalajara Mexico. Specializing in cardiovascular, auto-immune, joints, and anti-aging protocols using the patient’s own stem cells, the company claims to increase the quality of a patient’s life.

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