Frequently asked questions
We want to make sure you have the best experience possible. If any of your questions are not answered below, just let us know!
What is the experience of the Blu Room like?
The Blu Room® is a new environment so the experience varies from person to person because we are each individuals. It bumps you into a different part of your brain and opens a door for a new mind perspective. Many people have described it as being deeply relaxing, lifting their mood, and bringing about a state of slightly detached calm or peace. A common side benefit of this state is a relief from aches and pains. Some people experience dynamic shifts in perspective and spiritual insights. Some people have reported profound personal healing. Since the mind is the greatest healer and the mind is inextricably intertwined with DNA, the Blu Room® can augment a person’s natural healing abilities. Some simply enjoy a break in their daily routine to refresh themselves. The experience is entirely up to you.
Is the Blu Room safe? Can I get ``sunburned``?
The Blu Room® experience is designed to be a safe exposure to the atmosphere of the Ultraviolet realm beyond the Light realm. As in any experience in a new environment, it takes a while for the individual to adapt. For example, in learning to SCUBA dive or fly an airplane, the training starts slow and simple. We do advise people about the cautions related to UVB exposure which are minimized by the structure and duration of the Blu Room® sessions.
How many sessions do you supply for a customer?
For customers interested in optimizing personal goals, a weekly session is recommended but some customers are finding value at twice or three times per week.
What do I wear in the Blu Room? Do I need to undress?
The Blu Room® is not a tanning device. Most people wear their regular clothing. Wear whatever is comfortable for you. You do not need to disrobe. If you find the room temperature a bit cool, a blanket is available.
Are there any age limitations for using the Blu Room?
With children ages 12 and under, parents may take the child in and have a session together. Call it cuddle time. The lower age limit depends on whether the child will tolerate the eye protection. We recommend limiting the initial UVB portion of each session to only three minutes since young children easily make the conscious shift beyond polarized thought.
Parents with children 13 to 17 may choose to allow their teenager to have Blu Room® sessions alone. Although some children may lack the mental discipline for deep focus, the physical benefits of the Blu Room® , particularly of reducing stress in the body, are useful for most everyone.
There is also no upper age limit. The Blu Room® is easy to enter and exit, and the staff is happy to assist if you have mobility or balance issues.
Does the Blu Room help with pain relief?
Relief from nagging discomforts is commonly reported by Blu Room® experiencers. The Blu Room® provides deep relaxation and a lifting of mood. Mood is a residual attitude we carry with us between emotional storms. When mood is lifted, the storms can abate. In addition to potential immune system boost, the Blu Room® may also trigger the brain to release endorphins. Among other effects, the secretion of endorphins induces a sense of euphoria and enhances the immune response. With higher endorphin levels, you may feel less pain and are less affected by stress.
Is the Blu Room wheelchair accessible?
Yes. If you can lift yourself out of your chair and into your bed, you will likely be able to lift yourself onto the couch inside the Blu Room® . If you do not have enough upper body mobility or strength, our staff will gladly assist you.
How much does a session cost and are there discounts available?
A Blu Room® session costs $81 however your first visit is $69. You can purchase packages of 10 sessions for $690.
Is the Blu Room covered by insurance?
Not at present. The Blu Room® is not a medical device although positive results have been experienced in some individuals. We expect that one day the Blu Room® will be recognized as a form of support therapy and become covered by insurance like other “alternative” forms of health maintenance and health care, such as chiropractic and massage therapy, are now.