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Pressotherapy

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Pressotherapy compression suit, is a non-invasive lymphatic drainage massage treatment that stimulates healthy functioning of the lymphatic system, clearing away toxins, and easing pain.

What to Expect

Pressotherapy, uses an air pressure machine to inflate a suit that squeezes your arms, legs, or abdomen in a rhythmic motion, similar to a massage. As pressure is applied to your body – alternating between compression and decompression – it releases aches and pains, while detoxifying the body.

You do not need to remove your clothes. The technician will help you get into the garment (which looks sort of like an astronaut’s space suit). The garment has tubes on it that are hooked up to a computerized air pressure machine. The garment will inflate with air and you will feel a squeezing sensation that should feel like pressure, not pain.

A typical session will last for 30 to 45 minutes. Your body may feel light afterward, and some people feel they have to urinate right away, which could be due to the movement of water in the body. You can get Pressotherapy done as often as twice a week.

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BENEFITS OF PRESSOTHERAPY

Pressotherapy effectively reduces swelling by promoting fluid movement. This gentle compression technique helps drain excess fluids, reducing puffiness and edema, especially in limbs. A great choice for those seeking relief from swelling-related discomfort.

By enhancing lymphatic and venous circulation, pressotherapy aids in detoxifying the body. This treatment stimulates the natural flow, helping to clear toxins and reduce the risk of lymphedema, making it vital for maintaining good health.

Pressotherapy isn’t just for relaxation; it also helps in muscle toning. The treatment’s compression and release action works like a gentle workout, helping to firm and tone the muscles subtly, making it a perfect complement to your fitness regime.

This therapy is excellent for easing muscle tension. The rhythmic compression helps relax tight muscles, relieving stiffness and soreness. It’s like a gentle massage that soothes and loosens up tense areas, ideal for post-workout recovery or stress relief.

Regular pressotherapy sessions can give your immune system a boost. By improving lymphatic flow, it helps the body get rid of toxins and waste more efficiently, strengthening your immunity and enhancing your body’s natural defense mechanisms.

The pressure applied during treatment helps alleviate pain by reducing inflammation and promoting endorphin release. It’s particularly beneficial for chronic pain sufferers looking for a non-invasive relief method.

REDUCTION IN SWELLING

Pressotherapy effectively reduces swelling by promoting fluid movement. This gentle compression technique helps drain excess fluids, reducing puffiness and edema, especially in limbs. A great choice for those seeking relief from swelling-related discomfort.

LYMPHATIC & VENOUS FLOW

By enhancing lymphatic and venous circulation, pressotherapy aids in detoxifying the body. This treatment stimulates the natural flow, helping to clear toxins and reduce the risk of lymphedema, making it vital for maintaining good health.

Muscle TONING

Pressotherapy isn’t just for relaxation; it also helps in muscle toning. The treatment’s compression and release action works like a gentle workout, helping to firm and tone the muscles subtly, making it a perfect complement to your fitness regime.

Muscle tension

This therapy is excellent for easing muscle tension. The rhythmic compression helps relax tight muscles, relieving stiffness and soreness. It’s like a gentle massage that soothes and loosens up tense areas, ideal for post-workout recovery or stress relief.

Immune Boost

Regular pressotherapy sessions can give your immune system a boost. By improving lymphatic flow, it helps the body get rid of toxins and waste more efficiently, strengthening your immunity and enhancing your body’s natural defense mechanisms.

PAIN RELIEF

The pressure applied during treatment helps alleviate pain by reducing inflammation and promoting endorphin release. It’s particularly beneficial for chronic pain sufferers looking for a non-invasive relief method.

 
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130 °
minutes of red light
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water temperature
48 °
minutes cold plunge
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Fire & Ice​ FAQ

Infrared light is part of the invisible light spectrum emitted by the sun and penetrates our body at varying levels based on the length of waves of light. We feel this as warmth. Scientists have established that these infrared waves are beneficial to the human body without any of the harmful UV waves of sunlight. Each of these wavelengths has different health benefits with our industry leading Clearlight saunas covering the full spectrum without any of the high EMF’s associated with other saunas. Read more about the benefits and research Clearlight Full Spectrum Infrared Saunas have done on sauna use.

Red Light Therapy delivers low energy wavelengths of light that stimulate our bodies production of ATP (AdenosineTriphosphate) which boosts cellular regeneration. This process, known as Photobiomodulation, has been extensively researched and shown to add measurable energy to the mitochondria of your cells. This results in numerous health benefits for the body including reduced inflammation, skin rejuvenation, faster wound healing as well as relief from chronic and acute pain, faster muscle recovery and more.
Read more about Clearlight Jacuzzi Red Light Therapy.

Responsible sauna use carries few risks and is generally considered safe for reasonably healthy people.
– You should not use saunas if you are pregnant.
– If you have recently experienced chest pain (angina pectoris) you should not use saunas.
– Saunas should not be used by anyone who has recently had a heart attack.
– Alcohol and some other drugs can affect your body’s ability to regulate temperature and should not be used before or during your sauna sessions.
– If you have received a tattoo in the last 2 weeks you should not use saunas.
– You should not use saunas if you have severe aortic valve stenosis.
– People who have seizure disorders should not use saunas.
– Elderly, and anyone at increased risk of heatstroke, should seek medical advice before using saunas.
– Children under the age of 7 have less developed temperature regulatory systems so they should not use saunas unless first approved by a medical professional.

Red Light Therapy is generally considered safe and healthy. However any lotions, creams or medication that has warnings about sun exposure should also be avoided with Red Light Therapy. If you are unsure it is best to consult a medical professional.

We clean and sanitize all touch points of the room between every client. Our Cold Plunge tank water is tested daily and kept between 40-100 ppm of peroxide that when combined with the UV light, 5 micron filtration and ozone make an experience that you can truly relax into.

High body temperatures can increase the risk of complications or birth defects so it is best to avoid the sauna during pregnancy. But you can definitely use the Cold Plunge.

It’s a good idea to hydrate beforehand. We recommend drinking 12-20 oz of water 30-60 minutes before your appointment. It’s best to avoid heavy meals or alcohol before your session but a light snack is fine.

We provide all the amenities you will need. Towels, slippers, robe, shampoo, shower gel, and conditioner. You are welcome to bring a hairbrush or anything else you feel you might need.

CONTACT

650-564-4325

VISIT

1922 El Camino Real

Redwood City, CA 94063

HOURS

Monday - Sunday

11:00am - 8:00pm

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