"I knew this was something special that could help others with relaxation and healing," said Lindy Anderson, co-owner of Into the Blu.
BURLINGTON, Ontario (PRWEB) July 29, 2019
A wave of relaxing Blu Light will bathe Southeastern Canada during the grand opening August 1 of Into the Blu located in Burlington, Ontario in the Greater Toronto Area.
The Blu Room® is a patented technology that shields users from the outside world and wraps users in an atmosphere of soft ultraviolet blu light and sound frequency so the mind is free to relax, free associate or hold a relaxed state of focus without distractions. Into the Blu is located at 430 Pearl Street, Unit 7, Burlington, Ontario, L7R 4J8 in the picturesque Burlington Village Square.
The media is invited to experience the Blu Room, or interview and photograph others inside this new healing technology. Reporters who wish to try the Blu Room should contact Lindy Anderson at 905 639-9669 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit http://www.intotheblu.ca.
“After my own personal experience in the Blu Room where I experienced a profound shift in my unaddressed trauma and anxiety, I knew this was something special that could help others with relaxation and wellness,” said co-owner Lindy Anderson. “So together with my business partner Kim Anderson we are the proud owners of the first Blu Room in Ontario.”
The Blu Room helps anyone who wants to step out of the daily routine including children, adults and athletes of all ages. The sessions consist of 20 minutes of deep relaxation inside a futuristic octagon-shaped room bathed in blue and UVB light with relaxing music. Into the Blu provides this healthy frequency environment for clients. Users report a wide range of benefits such as deepened focus, a faster healing process, greater self-awareness, pain relief, alleviating stress and anxiety, as well as overall improved health.
More than 120,000 Blu Room sessions have been experienced in Canada, the U.S. and 11 other countries. There are five Blu Room locations in Canada. Media such as the Seattle Post Intelligencer, Meditation Daily, KING5-TV and The Hill have covered the fascinating story of the Blu Room.
About the Blu Room
There are 35 Blu Rooms operating around the world, with nine more under construction. Those nations include: Argentina, Austria, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland, Taiwan and the U.S. Four locations are for private use or employee-use only, and the remaining 31 are open to the public in either a clinical or spa/wellness setting. Visit http://www.bluroom.com for more information.