Vibration Motion Therapy


Lymphatic Drainage
Functional Rehab
Natural Healing
      & Detox


Promote Joint Mobility
Increase Bone Density
Increase Range
    of Motion


Increase Flexability
Stress Relieve 
  Shorter Training           Sessions
        Speeds up
  Recovery Process



Improve Muscle                 Stregnth
Injury Prevention
Increased Range         of Motion
  Increased Explosivness

Benefits – Whole Body Vibration 

  • Improves blood and lymphatic circulation

  • Increases bone density

  • Aids in weight loss

  • Tones muscles, tightens skin, and reduces cellulite

  • Speeds recovery from surgery and trauma

  • Relieves chronic pain

  • Stimulates neurological system and production of human growth hormones

  • Increases flexibility, range of motion, and mobility

  • Reduces joint and ligament stress

  • Assists in preventing osteoporosis

  • Improves balance

  • Removes toxins and improves immunity

  • Relieves menopausal symptoms

  • Tightens facial muscles

  • Provides benefits of both anaerobic and aerobic exercise

  • Improves overall well-being

In Whole Body Vibration, the user stands or uses specific poses on a vibrating platform. Vibrations travel through the body, causing subconscious muscle contractions.

What will it do?

Recent studies show that WBV training boosted mineral density in postmenopausal women, improved balance in elderly women, and improved muscle strength in elderly adults and women with osteoarthritis in the knee.

Short term, WBV improves circulation, causing the muscles to contract and relax and act as a pump to the vessels and lymphatic system. Two studies showed a beneficial widening of blood vessels. NASA studies show that astronauts prevent bone loss if they stand on a vibrating plate for 10 to 20 minutes a day.

Whole Body Vibration machines show benefits for those who cannot exercise well on their own, including patients with emphysema, osteoporosis, arthritis and obesity. According to the Ventura Center for Healing, MS and ALS patients who cannot train due to loss of muscle control felt better, had more energy and experienced less pain while using vibration therapy.

Who should not use WBV?  You should definitely consult a physician if you have a serious cardiovascular problem, pacemaker, recent surgeries, hip, knee and shoulder implants, epilepsy or if you’re pregnant.

Mayo Clinic –

PudMed -



601 University Blvd Suite 208

Jupiter, Fl. 33458

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