Body Sculpting

What is Body Sculpting?

Body sculpting, also known as body contouring, is a non-surgical, non-invasive approach to reduce fat cells in order to tighten and tone those stubborn areas that seem resistant to diet and exercise.

Our unique approach blends ancient East Asian medical practices with modern Infrared and Red Light technology.

The result? Quick and effective results with little to no side effects.



$ 300

Infrared + Red Light Therapy + Cupping

For best results, it is recommended to have at least 6 bodysculpting sessions per area treated.

before-after bodysculpting

Before and after one bodysculpting session. Results may vary and are not guaranteed.

Red light
chakra mat

What is Red Light Therapy (RTL)?

  • Also known as photobiomodulation, Red Light Therapy is a natural, non-invasive healing modality that delivers beneficial light directly to your body and cells utilizing wavelengths which are naturally emitted by the sun
  • FDA approved for fat loss and anti-aging
  • Photons of light are absorbed by mitochondrial chromophores in skin cells, increasing electron transport and energy production (ATP) in the mitochondria, while stimulating blood flow and metabolic processes such as the synthesis of DNA, RNA, proteins and enzymes need to repair or regenerate cell components
  • Stimulates cellular energy and collagen synthesis, fibroblast formation, anti-inflammatory action, stimulates DNA repair, stimulates lymphatic system
  • Improves acne and wound healing, eases pain, enhances energy, promotes collagen, improves wrinkles, stimulates hair growth
  • Causes cell membranes to open, moving fat into interstitial areas
  • Infrared Light detoxifies and circulates this fat to be processed by the body for removal

What Is Cupping? 

  • Cupping creates a suction on the skin effectively loosening the fascia and connective tissue to remove blockages and stagnation
  • Increases circulation, reduces swelling and promotes healing
  • Allows accumulated toxins and fat cells that were just moved into the interstitial layer to be brought up to the surface to be processed and removed by the body

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