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Modalities
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PEMF

PEMF (Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field) speeds up muscle recovery, enhances sleep, re-energizes through a full-body reset, and elevates your meditation technique.

Infrared Sauna

An LED array provides the ancient healing method of light and color therapy to improve health and harmony. Benefits include anti-aging, detoxification, heart health, immunity, muscle recovery, relaxation, sleep, weight loss, and more.

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Red Light Therapy

Red light can help heal fine lines and wrinkles, acne, scarring, and wound healing.

Celluma®

Improves elasticity and firmness of skin, stimulates collagen production, diminishes fine lines and wrinkles, reduces acne bacteria and clears existing breakouts, improves circulation, reduces inflammation and stiffness, and eases pain.

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Oxygen Dome

Increases energy levels, improves blood circulation, alleviates symptoms of colds, allergies, and even hangovers, regenerates decayed cells, boosts the immune system, reduces lactic acid in the body, and promotes overall wellness.

LightStim®

LightStim harnesses the power of light to rejuvenate your skin naturally. It is used to reduce inflammation, speed healing, and decrease pain. This advanced LED facial combines multiple wavelengths of LED light to improve various skin issues, including wrinkles and acne.

Blue Light Therapy

Blue light therapy is a treatment that uses blue light wavelengths to penetrate the skin and kill acne-causing bacteria. It is used to improve skin texture, reduce acne, sunspots, and reduce sebaceous hyperplasia, or enlarged oil glands.

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Normatec®

Flushes lymphatic fluids and lactic acids, helps remove toxins from your muscles, reduces inflammation, improves circulation, decreases water accumulation, and accelerates recovery and rehabilitation.

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