18 Jul Synergy Is Adding Hot Yoga and Red Light Therapy
Synergy Float Center is adding a new four-person sauna, big enough for a single person to do Hot Yoga, which will also have Red Light Therapy in September 2019. See below for benefits and info about both.
Hot Yoga Benefits.
- Less Injuries
The high temperature in which the asanas and breathing exercises are performed reduces the likelihood of injury.
- Less Toxins
Hot yoga cleanses toxins from the body due to profuse sweating. It feels so good!
- More Lung Capacity
Like other types of yoga that focus on breathing exercises, hot yoga advances lung capacity through breathing pranayamas.
- Better Circulation
You can almost feel it while you’re doing it. Hot yoga is excellent for your circulation It is a great cardiovascular workout.
- Stronger Immune System
This effect has been known for a long time. Exercising in a hot environment improves your immune system and elevates the body’s regenerative capacity.
- Beneficial for Lymphatic System
Like most types of yoga, hot yoga is very good for your lymphatic system.
- More Flexible Muscles
You will notice that you are able to bend further and stretch better when you do hot yoga. This causes the muscles to get used to being “used.”
- Weight Loss
Hot yoga supports weight-loss even more than regular yoga because you are sweating a LOT.
Hot yoga addresses all aspects of physical fitness including muscular strength, endurance, flexibility and weight loss. While certainly not the easiest yoga path to follow, it is a great style of yoga for the beginner and the guru. The most unique benefits of hot yoga are detoxification (cleansing) and reduced injuries due to the greater flexibility of the body in a hot environment. There is no other style of yoga that addresses the overall health of the body in such a comprehensive way. If you are interested in the physiological benefits of yoga and not so much its meditative aspects, the benefits of hot yoga are clear.
Red Light Therapy TAKE YOUR HEALING TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Clear light Sauna has combined powerful red light (660nm) and near infrared (850nm) wavelengths to offer you the best therapy available today. Jacuzzi® Light Therapy provides the most proven and effective therapeutic wavelengths to the entire body reducing oxidative stress and stimulating the production of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate).
This process, known as Photobiomodulation, has been extensively researched for many years and adds measurable energy to the mitochondria of your cells. The Jacuzzi® Light Therapy Tower can be used during your sauna session or as a stand-alone therapy outside your sauna. Light therapy has been tested across hundreds of peer-reviewed clinical trials with positive results for:
- Reduction of Chronic and Acute Pain
- Tissue Regeneration
- Wound Healing
- Muscle Recovery
- Muscle Conditioning
- Testosterone Boost
- Reduced Inflammation
HOW RED LIGHT AND NEAR INFRARED THERAPY WORKS
Clear light Sauna have been researching, developing and using light therapy in our saunas for well over a decade. Jacuzzi® Light Therapy uses powerful medical-grade LEDs to deliver the optimal wavelengths to the body without adding excess heat. Our technically superior arrays are comprised of 70 red light LED’s in the 660 nm range and 70 near infrared LED’s in the 850 nm range. The superior output of the Jacuzzi® Light Therapy Tower sets it apart producing 110 mw/cm2. This unit is our most powerful and effective light therapy unit.
Jacuzzi® Light Therapy can be used while seated in the sauna or while standing in front of the tower which concentrates it’s healing power on targeted areas of the body.
WHAT IS RED LIGHT THERAPY?
Red Light Therapy, also known as photobiomodulation and low-level light therapy, uses red low-level wavelengths of light for a variety of health and wellness benefits. Red light is considered “low level” because it works at an energy density that’s low compared to other forms of laser therapies.
In the early 1990s, Red Light Therapy was used by scientists to help grow plants in space. They found that the intense light from red LEDs promoted the growth and photosynthesis of plant cells.
Red light was then studied for its ability to increase energy inside human cells. The human body needs to make ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) cellular energy to function and survive. This occurs naturally when our bodies are exposed to natural sunlight. Red and near infrared wavelengths of natural light stimulate the mitochondria in our cells. The mitochondria turn the light into usable energy for our bodies through the process of cellular respiration.