LASER LIGHT LIPOLYSIS
This soft-laser treatment targets top layers and pockets of stubborn fat, non-invasively emulsifies and then collapses the fat cell. Harnesses the energy of low level laser & light therapy to shrink fat cell deposits in targeted areas of the body. The process is visually similar to turning grapes into raisins. The majority of people see results after the first session.
Ultrasound Cavitation can be considered as an alternative to surgical Liposuction. Both treatments are designed to reduce and remove fatty tissue; however Liposuction is INVASIVE while Ultrasonic Cavitation (UC) is NON-invasive. UC works by breaking down the stubborn fat cell membrane with a focused ultrasound beam directed towards a specific area of fat layer or fat pocket. The broken down, emulsified fat cells are then disposed of through the liver, lymphatic, and urinary systems. Since the effect of the sound-wave is focused to a specific depth of adipose tissue, the overlaying skin, and organs are left unaffected. Ultrasound Cavitation can painlessly and non-invasively "melt" & remove fat cell deposits using a proven sound wave technology. Reduce cellulite while you reshape and contour your body to your ideal shape. The treatments themselves feel like a warm massage on the area being worked on.
RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) SKIN TIGHTENING
Radio Frequency Skin Tightening Technology offers a natural looking skin tightening and collagen building solution for face and body. During the treatment, the RF waves penetrate the skin to tighten it from the inside out, as they stimulate collagen fibroblast production, which will then trigger the production of fresh collagen fibers which result in tighter, more supple skin which will look noticeably younger. RF treatments can be used on the face and body. Many of our clients call it the “non-surgical face & body lift”.
WHOLE BODY VIBRATION THERAPY
Whole body vibration may refer to vibration training, also known as vibration therapy, biomechanical stimulation (BMS), and biomechanical oscillation (BMO), a training method used by standing on a WBV machine for approximately 10 minutes, employing low amplitude, low frequency mechanical stimulation to exercise musculoskeletal structures for the improvement of muscle strength, power, flexibility, and cellular metobolism. Vibration training has been advocated as a therapeutic method in the treatment of osteoporosis, sarcopenia, and metabolic syndrome, and weight loss and is used in the fitness industry, physical therapy, chiropractic rehabilitation, professional sports, and beauty and wellness applications.