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Vibration Therapy

What is it?

Vibration Therapy, also known as Whole Body Vibration (WBV), involves the use of mechanical vibrations to stimulate muscles and improve circulation. The roots of this therapy can be traced back to ancient Greek and Roman times, where vibration was utilized for therapeutic purposes.


  • Increased Muscle Strength and Flexibility: Vibration Therapy is associated with improvements in muscle strength and flexibility, making it beneficial for individuals seeking enhanced physical performance.
  • Improved Circulation and Lymphatic Drainage: The mechanical vibrations stimulate blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, contributing to overall cardiovascular health.
  • Reduction in Muscle Soreness and Stiffness: Regular sessions may help reduce muscle soreness and stiffness, promoting faster recovery after physical activities.

What to Expect?

Vibration Therapy sessions typically involve standing, sitting, or lying on a vibrating platform. The platform generates oscillations that transmit energy to the body. Clients can expect a non-invasive and dynamic experience during the session.


Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as deep vein thrombosis or recent surgery, should consult their healthcare provider before undergoing Vibration Therapy.