Bathrooms Are Ideal For Chromatherapy

Chromatherapy is the term for a branch of holistic healing that utilizes color to achieve optimal health. Its practitioners believe that colored rays have an effect on the body: when a color is seen, it can have an emotional impact - but there may be an even more powerful physical reaction. When rays shine close to the body, they penetrate it, travel through it, causing changes in cells, blood vessels, and the nervous system.

Designed around the concept of chromatherapy, the new sok bath with chromatherapy allows an individual to be immersed in a warm, ultra-deep bath and, with the touch of a button, enhance the bathing environment to include a full spectrum of dramatic color - from soothing to stimulating.

KOHLER sok with chromatherapy features eight hues that are sequentially transmitted via four LED light ports positioned within the inner walls of the bath. A simple touch of the button starts the color sequence. Each color is displayed approximately eight seconds and washes over the bather in a faded hue, turning solid, and exiting again as a faded hue, giving way to the next color.

The colors adhere to a pre-determined progression that lasts a little more than one minute in total, starting with neutral white light followed by three cool, relaxing colors - purple, indigo and aqua blue - then green serving as the balancing color, and concludes with three warm, stimulating colors - yellow, orange and red.

You can now buy bathtubs, shower systems, and sinks with chromatherapy options.

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