Tutu & Yoga
Well, one thing that could help might be colored lights. Light therapy has been used in treating Seasonal Affective Disorder and other depressive illnesses for a while. Tutu’s red light and infrared light have been shown that can increase the circulation of oxygenated blood in the body, increasing your metabolism and promoting detoxification. Blue light can negatively affect our sleep patterns, but if we flip this assertion on its head, blue light could actually help us to wake up feeling good in the morning. Emulating the sunrise, the red light can provide a warm and calming effect. On the other hand, red light may also help increase our mental activity, so it could be great for studying and activities where we need to concentrate. Finally, the infrared light penetrates the muscles to recover faster in your yoga session. Tutu converts light energy into cellular energy once it’s been absorbed in the body — a process that can help with the body’s natural healing process.
So knowing the benefits these colors can have on our mood and energy, how do we harness these and use them to benefit our everyday life? You can include your tutu device with each yoga class. Combining the light therapy from tutu with brain-stimulating soundscapes and bespoke natural scents creates a multi-sensory yoga experience. Combining color and yoga isn’t something totally new — it links back to the chakras, which are historically important to the ancient practice of yoga.
Using tutu while practicing yoga also helps to decrease the winter slump. So if you’re looking for a way to cure the winter blues, then you might find that the light frequencies of tutu could have a positive effect on your body.