Coloured Light Therapy
Colour light therapy, also known as chromotherapy or phototherapy, is an alternative healing method that uses the healing effects of colours to promote physical and mental well-being. This form of therapy is based on the idea that different colours have different energy and vibrational frequencies that affect the body and psyche
In a world that is often characterised by stress and discomfort, more and more people are looking for alternative methods to improve their well-being. One promising option that is gaining popularity is colour light therapy, also known as chromotherapy. This approach is based on the idea that different colours can influence well-being.
Stress can have a negative impact on our lives and lead to a variety of health problems. Our modern lifestyle, characterised by long working hours and constant accessibility, can lead to sleep disorders, anxiety and other symptoms of stress.
Many people are looking for ways to combat stress and discomfort in a natural way, without having to rely on medication. This is where colour light therapy comes into play. It is based on the idea that colours can influence energy and emotions.
Colour light therapy uses targeted lighting with different colours to promote mental and physical well-being. For example, blue light is often used to reduce stress, while green light can promote relaxation. The therapy can be used in various forms, from special lamps to light showers.
Colour light therapy is a promising method for reducing stress and increasing general well-being. It offers a natural alternative to medication and can be used in various forms. If you are looking for a holistic method to manage stress and discomfort, colour light therapy could be an interesting option for you.
The use of coloured lights can have a positive effect on mood and help to alleviate stress, anxiety and depression. Each colour has a different effect on the emotional world.
Coloured light therapy can be helpful in relieving pain, especially chronic pain. Certain colours are often used to treat pain.
The therapy aims to restore the energetic balance in the body. This can help to improve overall vitality and health.
The use of calming colours can help to treat sleep disorders and improve the quality of sleep.
Procedure of coloured light therapy
Colour light therapy is usually preceded by a consultation during which the therapist discusses the patient’s individual needs and goals.
2. Colour selection
The therapist selects the appropriate colours based on the patient’s goals and needs. Each colour is used as a light source or via coloured filters.
3. Exposure to coloured light
During the therapy session, the patient is placed in a room in which the selected colours are applied to the body or eyes using light sources. This can be done through targeted lighting or the use of coloured glasses.
4. Relaxation and observation
The patient lies or sits during the therapy session and observes or feels the colours. This is often accompanied by relaxation techniques such as breathing exercises or meditation.
After the session, the therapist discusses the patient’s experience and evaluates progress.
It is important to note that colour light therapy is not a scientifically recognised medical treatment. Nevertheless, some people report positive results and improvements in their general well-being after using this therapy. Before undertaking colour light therapy, it is advisable to speak to a qualified therapist and ensure that it is suitable for your needs.
Pricing & Info
Coloured light therapy
approx. 1 hour incl. therapeutic oil for post-treatment at home
Prices for special treatments on request.