Color therapy, sometimes called color therapy, light therapy or colorology based on the fact that some colors have different active atmosphere wavelength changing metabolic changes in the human body. Over time Egypt has made some colored lights have a powerful effect on mood and overall health. In modern times Chromotherapy is implemented today in some of the most luxurious spas in the world.
This technology in the Jacuzzi and Turkish bath, to give people the opportunity to create your own oasis in their own homes, reap the benefits of advanced technology at a fraction of the cost. By combining these therapeutic massage and Turkish bath holistic spa, you can enjoy a full body massage, as it passes through the color spectrum, from using color therapy with stress reduction, increased the mood, relaxation, rejuvenation, detoxification, or any other number of problems you might have to improve global health.
Benefits: seven colors of the spectrum is associated with specific healing properties.
Then, using different colors of the spectrum can trigger changes towards better health and overall well-being. It is a known fact that the human body needs light for certain metabolic functions such as absorption of certain vitamins.
Violet Violet promotes enlightenment, revelation and spiritual awakening. The holistic health professionals use violet to soothe organs, relax muscles and calm the nervous system.
Indigo Indigo is also sedative and calming. It is said to promote intuition. Indigo may be useful in controlling bleeding and abscesses.
Blue promotes communication and knowledge. Eliminate toxins, and is used to treat liver disorders and jaundice.
Because green is in the middle of the color spectrum, green is associated with the balance. Green is soothing, and is used by Ayurvedic practitioners to promote ulcer healing. It is said to have, germicide, antibacterial and antiseptic properties and is sometimes used by holistic color therapists to treat bacterial infections.
Yellow is a sensory stimulant associated with wisdom and clarity. Yellow is thought to have decongestant and antibacterial properties, and is useful for stimulating both the digestive system and the lymphatic system.
Orange promotes pleasure, enthusiasm and sexual stimulation. Ayurvedic practitioners believe it has antibacterial properties and may be useful for reducing gastrointestinal discomfort (eg, flatulence, cramps).
Red Red promotes energy, empowerment and encouragement. Physically, it is thought to increase circulation and stimulate the production of red blood cells.