Madonna seen having blood infused with ozone gas at rehab after canceling Madame X tour over health issues
The singer's adopted daughters, Stelle and Estere, both seven, were seen by her side as she went through autohemotherapy
Madonna is looking forward to get back to her tour after recently canceling a series of shows over health-related issues.
On Thursday, Madonna took to her Instagram to let her 14.6 million followers know about the 'rehab' that she has been going through in order to get fit and fighting again.
In the video, the singer's adopted daughters, Stelle and Estere, 7, were seen by her side as she went through autohemotherapy.
The 61-year-old had captioned the video, "Infusing the blood... Vitamin drip... Tibetan bowls... Singing and meditation. Felt amazing afterward!!"
The video starts off by showing Madonna laying on a massage table while being covered with a white sheet and pillow, and hooked up to an IV.
An osteopath specializing in traditional Chinese medicine, Jean Michel Ete, massages her feet while naturopath Dr. Matea creates peaceful vibrations using Tibetan bowls.
Madonna's twin daughters can be seen taking a great interest in what is going on. Matea is then seen 'rotating' the blood that had been drawn from the singer and has ozone gas added to it.
When she saw how much blood had been taken, Madonna shared, "That's a lot" before adding, "It looks like a big glass of beet juice."
Once the gas had been mixed up with the blood, the blood is then re-infused into the body.
It was just last week that three of Madonna's shows at Boston's Boch Center Wang Theater were canned as she had announced that she was in a lot of pain and needed to rest.
She took to social media to reveal, "The pain I’m in right now is overwhelming and I must rest and follow doctor's orders so I can come back stronger and better."
She is scheduled to resume her Madame X tour this weekend with a series of four gigs at the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia.