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Harmonic Light Sessions

We are excited to offer Harmonic Light sessions as part of our practice at Makana Integrative Wellness, either alone or in conjunction with QE. When we apply light at the right frequency there can be a great benefit to our health. The harmonic LED lights work like fiber optics to carry the specific and supportive frequencies of light throughout the body.


The Harmonic Light pads safely and comfortably delivers light wavelengths throughout the body and are FDA medically approved to treat pain and increase circulation.

 Increase circulation and relieve pain associated with:

  • Muscle/Joint Aches & Stiffness
  • Tendonitis
  • Injury and Wounds
  • Back Pain
  • Arthritis
  • Muscle Spasms & Strains
  • Neuropathy
  • Repetitive Use Injury

Release Stress and Restore Vitality

Your body can only heal when it is free from stress. Harmonic Light pulses each light wavelength at specific frequencies to help your nervous system easily shift from stress to meditative relaxation, helping people of all ages to fully rest, digest, and heal.

Tune and Balance

When supplied with the right light and frequency, your body is beautifully designed to “tune” itself into balanced health. At Makana, we combine the power of Harmonic Light with QE to receive the optimal light session to support a return to balance when the body’s health is compromised.

Energize and Renew

Research shows that the polychromatic wavelengths delivered by Harmonic Light support optimum cellular performance from skin to brain to bone through: 

  • Increased energy (ATP)
  • Increased Oxygenation
  • Enhanced nitric oxide induction
  • Increased collagen production
  • Increase alkalinity
  • Enhanced cell regeneration   

What Are Harmonic Light Sessions?

Harmonic lights have been shown, in more than 50 years of independent research worldwide, to deliver powerful benefits to living tissues and organisms. Visible red, blue, and "invisible" infrared light have all been shown to effect positive changes at the cellular level.

Based on the knowledge that specific proteins absorb different wavelengths of light, research has showing that light energy can cause different biological effects. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are a form of light energy that easily travel throughout the body. Dispersing light and, in this case, specific frequencies over a greater surface area - LED light is a safe, non-invasive way to communicate with the cells.

A typical Harmonic Light Session lasts anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes, depending on the given situation. You lay down comfortably and the light pads are placed on your body, and the eye mask placed over the eyes. The controller will be set for the frequencies desired, and then the program is run.

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How do Harmonic LED lights work?

The Lumiceutical Harmonic Light system includes far infrared light, near infrared light, and blue light. Lumiceutical's LED light and harmonic technology provides many different types of frequency exposure. These combine to create an amazing tool that can be used to raise your vibration and allow you to feel more clear, balanced, energized and relaxed. 

We suggest starting with a series of four sessions to open your system and help adjust your vibrational level. After this initial series, specific health concerns can be addressed during additional sessions. There are many different frequency settings that focus on supporting the body back into balance which, in turn, supports the restoration of health and well-being.

Who Uses Harmonic LED Light Sessions?

There are quite a number of scientific studies available. The following list is just a sample of those who have conducted clinical studies on the effectiveness of harmonic LED light sessions:

  • National Institutes of Health
  • Mayo Clinic (Dr. Jeffrey Basford)
  • Stanford University (Kendric C. Smith)
  • Harvard Medical School
  • NASA (Dr. Harry T. Whelan)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  • Marshall Space Flight Center
  • Yale Medical School