Targeted Red Light Therapy

Experience deep recharging benefits of near-infrared light and skin-boosting benefits of red light across your targeted sections of your body.

What is Targeted Red Light Therapy?

Localized red light therapy is a proven, non-invasive option to reduce pain and improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and speed up healing. It works on a biochemical level and increases cellular function by stimulating mitochondria and producing more ATP.

How Targeted Red Light Therapy Works

Step 1:

You start by preparing for targeted skin exposure in your designated room by getting comfortable on a massage table.

Step 2:

Relax and allow the therapeutic red light to wash over your skin for the session to achieve the desired results.

Step 3:

The specific area of your body is charged while stimulating natural collagen and elastin production, simultaneously reducing inflammation. Light waves find their way into the 7th layer of skin and also encourage muscle relaxation.

Step 4:

Experience the rebalance and therapeutic benefits, including improved mental health, hormonal balance, cognitive function, pain reduction, and reduced inflammation.

Targeted Red Light Therapy Benefits

Exposure to localized red light therapy can result in:

Increased Collagen

Red light therapy has been proven to positively affect collagen fibers that have been damaged by excessive sun exposure. The result is improved collagen production leading to softer and smoother skin.

Improved Healing

Studies show red light therapy can increase the speed at which wounds heal. Laser therapy specifically has a positive impact on burns, skin grafts, infections, and injuries, reducing healing time.

Reduces Pain & Inflammation

For short-term pain relief, red light therapy is an effective solution. It can alleviate chronic pain with consistent red light therapy sessions for a variety of issues, including carpal tunnel syndrome and Achilles tendonitis. Localized red light therapy also works to improve inflammation as the warmth encourages healing, improved oxygenation, and better blood flow.

Improves Arthritic Discomfort

Rheumatoid arthritis can be effectively treated with red light therapy instead of the more invasive cortisone shots or other medications that can have significant side effects. It has also been proven to relieve morning stiffness and pain with consistent treatment.


ATP, or adenosine triphosphate, is the energy-carrying molecule in your cells that allows them to repair damage more efficiently.

In our treatments, we use red and infrared LED lights that don’t heat up and emit specific wavelengths to penetrate your skin. Full spectrum infrared sauna is different because it gets very hot and you can feel it.

Yes. You expose your skin or specific area to red light to experience the benefits. It’s not much different than sitting near a lamp.

Each treatment lasts about 10 minutes per session.