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Red Light Full Body LED Therapy

What is Full Body Red Light LED Therapy?

Red Light Therapy, also known as Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), works by exposing your body to concentrated red light wavelengths. These wavelengths energize your cells and encourage the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is the powerhouse of your cells. This process accelerates healing, boosts collagen production, and helps with the breakdown of fat cells, making it an effective tool for both body contouring and general health enhancement.

How Does Red Light Therapy Work?

During a session, you can sit or lie down, fully clothed, in a nurturing, safe space that allows you to open up, identify, and move blockages. You are supported throughout your sessions by an intuitive, experienced coach and energy healer who will help you identify unwanted beliefs and negative energy blocking your natural flow. 

At the end of each session, you will feel calm, relaxed and lighter.  

What Can You Expect from a Session?

During a Red Light Therapy session, you can expect to relax in a soothing environment. The red light is painless and non-invasive, meaning you won’t feel discomfort. You might feel a gentle warming sensation on your skin. Many individuals experience an immediate sense of relaxation and well-being during and after the session.

How Can Red Light Therapy Help You? What Are the Benefits?

The benefits of Red Light Therapy are numerous. It can assist with weight loss by targeting fat cells and stimulating their breakdown, helping with body contouring and slimming. Moreover, it enhances collagen production, resulting in improved skin elasticity and reduced wrinkles. Red Light Therapy can also promote general health by boosting energy, improving sleep, and reducing inflammation.

Is Red Light Therapy Safe for Everyone? Here Are Some Contraindications:

While Red Light Therapy is generally considered safe, there are certain contraindications to be aware of. Pregnant women, individuals with epilepsy, people taking photosensitizing medications, and those with certain skin conditions may need to avoid or consult with a healthcare professional before starting Red Light Therapy.

Before and After Treatment Advice:

Preparing for your Red Light Therapy session involves ensuring your skin is clean and free from lotions or creams, as they can interfere with the light’s penetration. After your session, it’s a good idea to hydrate well, avoid excessive sun exposure, and maintain a healthy lifestyle to complement the benefits of your treatments. Consistency and good aftercare can help you achieve the best results on your journey to a healthier, more vibrant you.