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Vitality Booth

Our VitalityBooth offers the best of both worlds. IR Red Light theray and Halotheropy combined with concentrated oxygen and negative ion generator.  Sessions can be divided (salt and oxygen only, red light, or done together). The lights in this booth are powerful so it is important to work your way up to longer sessions in the booth. Single sessions and packages available.


Halotherapy is an inhalation of kinetically activated pure dry salt particles. Dry salt is super absorbent and antibacterial. These micro sized salt particles travel deep into the respiratory system and absorb excess moisture, removeallergens, toxins and foreign substances, break up stagnated mucus, restore the function of cilia and widen the airways.

During a halotherapy session micro sized particles are being inhaled while the large salt particles are spread on the top of the skin. Since dry salt is antibacterial and super absorbent it actively kills bacteria and reduces the inflammation in the respiratory system and also improves skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and itching.

Dry salt is also a great natural anti-aging substance that can keep our skin looking clean, young and tight by stimulating the skin’s micro circulation and balancing the skin’s pH.  Halotherapy, offers a unique opportunity to relax deeply, detox lungs and skin, and slow down the aging process…all at the same time!


Infrared therapy is widely used in the fields of medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and in autoimmune diseases, to name a few. The therapy is safe and natural, which enables it to be offered as an alternative treatment for various health conditions like muscle pain, joint stiffness, and arthritis, to name a few.

Infrared therapy has many roles in the human body. These include detoxification, pain relief, reduction of muscle tension, relaxation, improved circulation, weight loss, skin purification, lowered side effects of diabetes, boosting of the immune system and lowering of blood pressure.



Improves Respiratory Health
Helps with skin rejuvenation / anti-aging,
Builds collagen, reduces wrinkling
Reduces inflammation
Helps with muscle recovery

Boosts Immune system
Improves sleep
Reduces stress
Enhances brain function


Vitality Booth features oxygen concentration, negative ion generation, red light therapy using Mito RedLight—with their integrated red light panels that are approved as Class II medical devices by the F.D.A. and the Halotherapy – HaloGXTM Halogenerator. This revolutionary new halogenerator delivers salt
therapy with the highest efficacy by creating the smallest sized salt particles. The Vitality Booth TM has been optimized to include the Halotherapy Solutions HaloGXTM halogenerator.



Red and near-infrared (NIR) light therapy, often simply referred to as “red light therapy”, is a type of therapy that uses specific wavelengths of light to bring about positive health benefits. This form of phototherapy uses wavelengths of light that are considered bioactive in humans.

People use red light therapy to improve skin quality, speed wound healing, stimulate hair growth, reduce chronic pain, and improve workout recovery times. Studies indicate that red light therapy’s effects occur due to the simulative effect that red and NIR wavelengths of light have on mitochondria, the energy center of the cells.

What is Red and Near-Infrared Light?

Red and near-infrared light are part of the electromagnetic spectrum and, more specifically, part of the spectrum of light emitted by the sun. These wavelengths of light are “bioactive” in humans.

The electromagnetic spectrum contains electromagnetic energy of many different wavelengths. The wavelength of this energy determines the properties it will have.

Below is a chart outlining the electromagnetic spectrum:


Electromagnetic waves vary greatly in wavelength, ranging from 0.0001 nanometers (gamma waves) all the way to over meters (radio waves). The shorter the wavelength, the greater the energy that a specific electromagnetic wavelength will contain.

As many people will have learned in high school physics, when someone passes white light through a prism, it separates out the different colors based on their wavelengths. Only a tiny part of this spectrum (roughly 400nm to 700nm) is actually visible to the human eye.



The longest wavelength within the visible spectrum is red light, which goes from a little over 600nm to approximately 700nm. Longer wavelengths just outside the visible light spectrum are considered near-infrared (NIR). This part of the spectrum ranges from about 700nm to a little over 1,100nm

How Does Red Light Therapy Work?

The idea that simply shining light on your body can improve your health may sound too good to be true, but there is a large body of research that shows that red light therapy help and explains how it actually functions.

Red Light Improves Cellular Energy Production

The best-studied mechanism of action surrounding red and near-infrared light therapy is the stimulation of mitochondrial energy production in the cells. Mitochondria are tiny organelles (organs within a cell) that produce all of the energy that our cells and our bodies ultimately need. Red light therapy is thought to primarily cause its positive effects by helping the mitochondria create more energy.

All molecules and atoms absorb very specific wavelengths of light. The specific molecule within the mitochondria that is thought to absorb red and near-infrared light is a chemical called cytochrome C oxidase. Cytochrome C oxidase plays an absolutely essential role in transferring electrons down an electrochemical gradient in mitochondria called the electron transport chain.

The electron transport chain is what drives the synthesis of ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP is a complex organic molecule that is considered the “currency” of energy in the body. While biological energy is derived from sugar, the energy in sugar would damage cells if it was all used at once. Mitochondria use a chemical reaction called the Krebs cycle to generate charged molecules. These charged molecules then pass through the electron transport chain, ultimately resulting in the synthesis of ATP.

Red light therapy is ultimately thought to improve the efficiency and speed of the electron transport chain, improving the availability of ATP in the cells and throughout the body. This increased energy is what is thought to provide the many benefits that red light therapy is used for.

Red Light Therapy Reaches Deep Tissues

One of the reasons that red light therapy specifically offers unique benefits when compared to other wavelengths of light is that it can penetrate much deeper than shorter wavelengths of light. Higher energy light is absorbed more quickly and only enters the more superficial layers of body tissues.

Short wavelengths of light, such as ultraviolet light, contain more energy than red or near-infrared light. These wavelengths, however, only reach the skin and do not penetrate deeply into the body.

Red light and near-infrared light, conversely, have longer wavelengths and are able to reach much deeper, penetrating through many layers of body tissue. This has two main effects:

  • It reaches a greater amount of body tissue. While the light passes through many layers of body tissue, it has the potential to interact with every cell it touches, allowing for a larger volume of tissue to be impacted.

  • It reaches deep body tissue. Because it penetrates deeply, red and near-infrared light can reach areas of the body that are considered relatively inaccessible. Tissues like muscles, joints, and even brain tissues may be reached by these types of light.



It is important to keep in mind that while some wavelengths of light, such as green light, may reach a more medium depth, it is only red and near-infrared wavelengths that are considered to actually stimulate mitochondria. It is the effect of red light on mitochondria combined with its deep penetration that makes it such a valuable resource in phototherapy treatments.

It is specifically these red and near-infrared wavelengths that have amazing effects on our bodies. Most research showing the benefits of red light and near-infrared light have used wavelengths in the ranges of 620-680nm and 800-880nm.

There have been thousands of studies done in both animals and humans, examining the effects that it has on many different biological processes. Overall, red and near-infrared light has been repeatedly shown to have positive effects on cell function in animal and human studies and aid in improving a wide range of conditions.

Red Light Therapy Safety

Red light therapy is widely considered one of the safest forms of phototherapy. This is because red light and near-infrared light are low-energy forms of electromagnetic radiation. Short-wavelength light, like ultraviolet light, is considered high-energy light and carries known health risks, such as skin cancer and eye damage with retinal exposure.

Red light does not carry any known safety risks. While red light therapy providers recommend wearing protective glasses during red light therapy out of an overabundance of caution, there is not even conclusive evidence that red light therapy causes eye damage. In fact, some evidence suggests there may be eye-related benefits to using red light therapy.

While red light therapy is considered to be very safe, there are some circumstances where it is not recommended. These situations, however, are not due to known dangers that exist but to the fact that the safety has not been fully researched or proven. Red light therapy use on the abdomen during pregnancy, for example, is not known to cause any risks; however, it has not been conclusively proven to be safe and is not something that most researchers test in case there is some unknown negative effect.


Where Does Red Light Therapy Come From?

While the history of red light therapy would take a complete article to cover, the idea of phototherapy emerged in the late 1800s, with Dr. Niels Ryberg Finsen being awarded the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his research in this area.

The benefits of light therapy using red and near-infrared light specifically were discovered as an incidental finding of NASA research in the mid-1990s. Researchers examining red light’s impact on plant growth found that skin blemishes healed quickly while they were frequently exposed to red light, a finding that quickly led to a whole new body of research and resulted in the use of red light therapy in humans.


Why Use Red Light Therapy?

There are many potential reasons that people use red light therapy. As this form of phototherapy continues to be researched, new potential benefits of red light therapy are still being discovered.

We dive deeper into each potential benefit of red light therapy in other articles, but the benefits of red and near-infrared light therapy include:

  • Stimulates wound healing and tissue repair

  • Reduces aging effects by supporting collagen production

  • Reduces pain by decreasing swelling and inflammation

  • Improves joint health

  • Improves physical performance through improved muscle recovery and energy levels

  • Improves sleep quality and duration

The myriad of benefits that red light therapy offers makes regular use of this form of phototherapy a mainstay of many people’s daily health routines.

Decreased Exposure to Natural Light

The human body requires light to function, with light playing an important role in processes such as making vitamin D, causing our mood to be upbeat, and regulating our body’s daily circadian rhythm. It is no surprise that the red and near-infrared light found in sunlight has biological effects on our bodies as well.

While light plays many important roles in health, humans are spending less and less time exposed to sunlight. Our housing, transport, and workspaces are often indoors, reducing our exposure to the health effects of natural sunlight. Energy-efficient windows in buildings and vehicles further limit the wavelengths of light that our bodies experience each day.

Changing your living situation, job, or transportation methods to be outdoors frequently is not practical for many people. This is why Mito Red Light exists, to help you get exposure to the health benefits of red light without having to significantly alter your lifestyle. Our Vitality Booth with high-quality red light therapy panels allow you to access the health benefits of red light right at Uplifting Connections.

Book a session today!  

Amazing Red light halotherapy experience
Incredible benefits for your health and wellbeing
Light is energy. Light is health.
Infrared light reaches deep into the tissues and soft tissue
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