Perhaps the easiest way to understand PEMF is to think of each cell in your body as a little battery. Like with any battery, sometimes your cells become tired and worn due to age, stress, overuse, or damage, making it more difficult for them to fight off any type of potentially damaging force or illness. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) uses electromagnetic waves by passing pulses through your body and its cells. This process is quick and painless, but it affects changes in cellular energy levels for up to four whole days. By essentially recharging your worn-out, aging, or otherwise dysfunctional cells, PEMF improves your cellular metabolism, and thus your cells’ ability to function better, especially in times of illness. This has been found to help people in physical and mental wellness.

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How it works

Through PEMF therapy, your batteries (i.e. your cells) essentially become recharged. The energy supplied via PEMF gives cells the energy they need to ward off whatever is threatening them, whether it is trauma or a disease-based attack. This makes it easier for your body to restore its health naturally, simply by using the electrical currents and impulses that are already interacting within and throughout your cells. In essence, high-powered PEMF is like a “battery re-charger” for your depleted cells.



Increased Circulation

Immune Support

Brain Function and Focus

Neurodegenerative Disease

Supports Relaxation and Sleep

Performance and Recovery

Bone and Joint Health

Anxiety and Depression

Energy Level and Metabolism

Stress Management and Emotional Health

Chronic Pain and Migraines

Healing Skin and Tissue

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the treatment and what should I expect?

The PEMF treatment last 30 minutes.  You will be asked to remove any metals, cell phones or device that are powered.  You will be laying down on a massage table during the treatment in a private room.  Most clients take a nap and blankets are available for extra comfort.  You may feel a light tingling throughout your body. 


Are there contraindications?

Just a few: They include any persons who have a pacemaker, or an electrical implant that operates off a battery. It is also recommended to refrain from PEMF during pregnancy.