1. Pain relief
- Stiff neck,
- "frozen" shoulders,
- lower backache,
- wrist, knee and ankle strains,
- muscle cramps,
- menstrual cramps,
- headaches & migraine,
- bruises from bumps
- sports accidents.
- chronic joint pain
- acute body pain
- reducing inflammation
- improving circulation.
2. After birth Care
- Improves wound healing
- Speeds up weight loss & helps new mothers regain their figure
- Warms the body & helps strengthen the womb
- Improves breast-milk production
3.Painless Foot Reflexology
when placed over the soles of the feet,
light therapy stimulates the acupressure points on the soles
to offer benefits similar to that of foot reflexology.
How does it Work ?
Near Infrared & Red Light Therapy is Natural , no side effect
and Amazing Healing
Light therapy is a gentle, heat free treatment that does not
contain harmful ultraviolet wavelengths
and therefore cannot damage skin tissue. It is clinically proven to
be safe for all skin types,
colours and conditions and there is no downtime or risk of unwanted
Red light, which has the longest wavelength, can reach about 2cm
into the skin and is the most
effective for anti-aging treatments because it stimulates skin
cells, boosts cellular activity and
promotes collagen and elastin production thus resulting in tighter,
clearer, younger looking skin.
Those who were exposed to light therapy during their workouts lost
an average of 6.2cm or 444% more
centimeters on their body measurements, in comparison to those who
were not exposed!
Frank Möckel et al., “Influence of water-filtered infrared-A (wIRA)
on reduction of local fat and
body wveight by physical exercise,” GMS German Medical Science, 4:
Near Infrared (NIR) can go deeper for deep tissue and bone pain
relief. The light that is emitted
penetrates below the surface of the skin and is absorbed by your
body tissues,provides soothing
relief for: Stiff neck, "frozen" shoulders, lower backache, wrist,
knee and ankle strains, muscle
cramps, menstrual cramps, headaches & migraine, bruises from
bumps and sports accidents.