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Power of Red Light 

 Red Light delivers energy to cells by applying a range of visible and invisible wavelengths of light.
It's been known to benefit a wide range of conditions. Light therapy is a way to relieve "the winter blues" and certain other conditions by exposure to artificial light. SAD is a type of depression that occurs at a certain time each year, usually fall and winter.
Studies suggest that Light therapy has been linked to affect brain chemicals that are associated with mood and sleep, easing "winter blues" symptoms. 


Special Introductory Rate

Choose Your Session:

Reiki & Red Light Energy Session:  

Enjoy 1/2 Hour Red Light Energy Session while receiving Reiki. 

Red Light Meditative Experience:

Enjoy 1/2 Hour Red Light Energy Session. Includes Optional Aromatherapy and Guided Meditation.

$55.00 Per Session

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Wavelengths of red light create a biochemical affect in our cells that serves to increase mitochondrial function. This improves ATP (adenosine triphosphate) production in the body. ATP is the source of energy for every cell in the body. Without it, we don't function. Without enough of it, we don't function well.  

 History: Light therapy was discovered by NASA astronauts as a way to grow plants in space. It has since been used for the treatment of certain health conditions, sleep disorders and therapy for skin conditions. In 1903 physician Niels Ryberg Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his successful treatment of smallpox and lupus with red light. Red light therapy has been used in a clinical setting since the 1980's in Japan, China, Eastern Europe, Northern Ireland, Canada and Latin America. 

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Disclaimer: We are not medical Doctors or claim to be. The medical/health information is provided for general information and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking any actions based upon such information, we encourage you to consult with the appropriate professionals. The use or reliance of any information contained on this site or our mobile application is at your own risk. Light Therapy should be considered an adjunct to medical treatment, and other regimens should be continued as prescribed.

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