A Guide to Chromotherapy

Chromotherapy, or color therapy, uses specific colors to help benefit a person’s mental and physical health. It has been used as a healing technique for centuries and dates back to ancient Egyptian and Chinese cultures.

Today, modern chromotherapy draws on these same principles, but uses LED lighting and other technological advances to make the most out of the therapy. Chromotherapy can also be combined with other therapies, such as hydrotherapy, halotherapy, acoustic therapy, or aromatherapy to get the most out of your routine.

Many people confuse chromotherapy with chromatherapy, which is the use of colored lights in your bath or shower. Incorporating chromotherapy in your spa, bath, hot tub, sauna, shower, or pool are some of the most common ways people use lights for healing. But chromotherapy as a wider practice is much more general. It could include seeking out green in nature when you want to relax, painting your office blue to spark creativity, or combining yellow and orange to enhance feelings of happiness. Learn more about how to incorporate chromotherapy into your life in our infographic below!

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