Light therapy in Brooklyn, NYC
Light is a major component of the world we live in. Without it, there is only darkness. Our body needs proper light exposure to keep us moving and refueling our energies. Though it might not affect us directly, it does have an effect on our physical and mental wellness.
People lacking exposure to light can have mood changes that affect their daily lives. The lack of light during winter time, working the night shift and even hanging out in the evenings can lower our energy, and make us feel unbalanced.
It may seem strange to hear, but natural light is extremely important for your overall mental and physical wellness and is pivotal for awakening your spirituality. Little or no exposure to natural light can result in changing moods, stress, low energy levels, weight gain, lack of motivation and spirit to drive you towards your goals.
Ecobeautica has specially designed rooms for light therapy treatment. We incorporate relaxing music, soothing tea, decadent chocolates and aromatherapy in addition to the light. Light therapy can improve your moods, lift up your energy levels and give you the chance to unwind from the hectic daily routine.
There are different light treatments for different diseases such as blue light therapy for acne, red light therapy for skin etc.
How Light Therapy Works
Light therapy promotes spiritual wellness and restores inner harmony. The client will sit near a light box that mimics natural sunlight. The combination of the duration, timing and intensity of the light box will all be factors in how well light therapy will work for you. The goal of light therapy is that the energies emitted from the light might improve your mood and energy levels. In addition, this effective form of therapy may also help in accelerating the replenishment of damaged skin cells and enhance cellular metabolism in your body.
If you are looking for a way to achieve spiritual wellness and restore your inner harmony, wait no longer and visit Ecobeautica today. We are located in Brooklyn on Ocean Avenue between Kings Highway and Quentin Road.