Oxygen Therapy

Your Cells Need to Breath

In emergency care, the first priority is to assure respiration because if a person can’t breathe —nothing else matters!

When cells can’t breathe—nothing else really matters either.

In our studio, we utilize a system called LiveO2.

Using LiveO2 restores normal tissue blood flow. In just moments, cells switch back to oxygen metabolism. Most LiveO2 users feel increased energy, alertness and an improved sense of well- being after their first LiveO2 session. The benefits of LiveO2 are cumulative and the effects from even a single session can last for days.

Our Oxygen Therapy sessions at Future Fit are mostly commonly used to improve athletic performance (increase endurance and stamina), decrease inflammation, detox, relieve joint or muscle pain/soreness, improve energy levels and relieve brain fog.

  

Your first Oxygen Therapy session is 50% off!

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The Benefits. 

INCREASED ENERGY, STRENGTH & ENDURANCE

ANTI-AGING

Decreased Inflammation

INCREASED PERFORMANCE TRAINING

IMPROVED IMMUNE SYSTEM FUNCTION

IMPROVED DETOXIFICATION 

OPTIMIZED CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM FUNCTION

INCREASED METABOLISM


Conditions Oxygen Therapy can support.

ARTHRITIS

FIBROMYALGIA

SLEEP APNEA

CHRONIC PAIN

INFLAMMATION

FATIGUE

MOOD DISORDERS

STRESS

AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE



The Session. 

One of the great things about Live O2 is the ability to customize the treatment to the individual.  People with long standing illness can get more oxygen into their system with little effort while people training for performance enhancement can get a supercharged HIIT workout.   

The session lasts up to 15 minutes in which you wear a mask attached to a reservoir with a pouches containing 95% pure oxygen. Your coach will put you through a protocol that alternates between breathing pure, high levels of oxygen and low levels (hypoxic) of oxygen.

We have you do some moderate exercise while monitoring heart rate and blood oxygen levels while switching back and forth between low-moderate intensity exercise and some more intense challenge “sprints”.  Switching between these two modes changes the PH of the blood and allows up to 433% more oxygen into the bloodstream.      

Rachel Rondeau