Biohacking, Anti-aging & Lifestyle concept

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OVA STRAANICA NIJE ZAVRŠENA. U PRVOM DELU JE PREZENTACIJA biznisa koji se zansniva na efektima koji se postižu ležanjem u položaju nulte gravitacije, utacaju boja i muzike. TO JE PRIVI NIVO ILI KORAK…DRUGI NIVO JE FERTI TEHNOLOGIJA.




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TENS + EMS sistem.
Uopšte nema žica, tako da svoju terapiju možete nositi gdje god da krenete.

How TENS helps relieve pain.
We get it, this technology may seem complicated, so we wanted to break it down for you so you know exactly what you’re putting on your body. TENS works by releasing subtle electrical impulses that intercept the pain signal from the brain, therefore eliminating the feeling of pain while you use the system. As a practice that has been used for over 30 years, this is a safe way to get reliable relief when you need it the most. For more information watch the video on the right.


Introduction to TENS Machine

The TENS device is similar to an EMS system, though their nature of working differs from each other considerably. The Tens machine produces electrical muscle stimulation that focuses only on sensory nerve endings that control pain caused by spasms and injury. With the help of electronic current passing through muscles, the brain releases endorphins into the body to reduce the pain felt by the patient. Also, the current blocks signal to pain receptors in the brain about the hurt caused to the muscles. This aids endorphins to do their healing job better.


Biohacking, Anti-aging & Lifestyle concept

Healing and death begin on the cell membrane so that means when you learn how to heal the cell you will get well.

Discover the only system that addresses all critical factors for human health and reverse aging, allowing you to correct all aspects of the body: energy, functional and nformation. Quantum Wellness® restore health using our 4-step process:

FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSTIC – detection testyng and analysis.
RECHARGING – of your cell batteries
DETOXIFICATION – body and cell inside.
REJUVENATION – Cell Communication and Signaling

I see people in their mid 20’s investing in pensions, worrying about NOT having enough in their retirement. I see people in their 40’s increasing payments into pension plans panicking that they will not have enough to live off in their retirement!

I very rarely see people investing in their health at any age let alone investing in their longevity/retirement health NOW when it actually matters and would make such a huge difference LATER.


Marina Luketina Šunjka

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Marina Luketina Šunjka

Author of Quantum Wellness concept

She has a doctorate in the field of preventive medicine at the Medical Faculty in Kragujevac. She is the operational director of the study program in the field of quantum information, integrative medicine and nutrition at the ECPD faculty. The European Center for Peace and Development University for Peace established by the United Nations (ECPD)

Marina has more than 25 years of experience in the fields of health and nutrition. In addition, Marina works in the area of forensic nutrition, serving as a consultant and testifying expert for nutrition, biochemical and physiological issues relating to claims, uses and effects of foods, dietary supplements and related health produces.




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“In a unique Quantum Relax Lounge Chair, in the zero gravity position, people experience our specially composed sounds, lights, colours, scents, warmth and deep vibrations. The easiest way to activate your self-healing abilities.”

This innovative sound massage system combines the effects of deep relaxation techniques as well as meditation and mindfulness. Health Zone offers a quite extraordinary and special effective relaxation, anti-stress experience and boost energy.


Color, Nap and Sound affects all living cells and can have a very profound and healing effect on mind and body. 



Everything on earth contains color and if the human system lacks a specific color, disease will occur. Also, if disruptions in circadian rhythms are present, sleep disturbances and depression often occur.

 Everything on earth contains color and if the human system lacks a specific color, disease will occur. Also, if disruptions in circadian rhythms are present, sleep disturbances and depression often occur. Colors will influence the flow and amount of energy in our bodies and chromotherapy is being utilized to restore balance. The secret is to know which color is needed to keep the body in a frequency that will keep the body in maximum health and harmony.

Quantum program will determine the primary color according to the answers from the questionnaire before the session. While relaxing in a comfortable chair in a darkened room, your client will experience beautiful personalized colors and nature while listening to synchronized bi-natural sounds & music.

Color and light therapy aim to treat the cause of an ailment rather than its symptoms, working to create a balance within the body by stimulating physical and emotional conditions.


Color Therapy (Chromotherapy)
Color therapy (also known as chromotherapy) is an exciting new form of healing brought forward from the Atlantean teachings, and is complimentary to such modalities as kinesiology, acupuncture and other natural healing modalities.

Chromotherapy is a therapeutic science which has been used by many races for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians used specially built solarium rooms with different colored glasses.

The sun would shine through the colored glass onto the patient to achieve specific therapeutic benefits. Others used different colored silk clothes to filter varying shades of light onto their bodies. There is also evidence of others using colored waters and colored gels to achieve the same results. These days, many natural therapists are using chromotherapy on their patients in interesting ways.

They report success in recovery of stroke victims, and in others who have chronic depression. In the United States, chromotherapy is being recognised as a complimentary system to other therapies and treatments. One interesting announcement made by CNN recently discusses application of blue light to the backs of the knees to adjust the body clock, thus overcoming jet lag, and the problems associated with shift work.

The Earth, our continents, oceans, in fact every living thing depends on light to be able to exist. Recent scientific evidence suggests that light is in fact emitted by every cell in our bodies. We live in a sea of energy where color is working within us. It shines with in our divine self, and radiates upon us from the sun.

Research and observation has shown us that specific colors bring balance to our physical and emotional systems. Chromotherapy can easily be used as an alternative to Chinese acupuncture, achieving the same results in unblocking meridians without the discomfort of needles used in acupuncture.

Let us have a look at some of the colors, and their effects on our bodies:

Green – Regulates the pituitary gland, fights depression, bulimia, and other psychosomatic conditions affecting the gastric system. It is useful in calming the nervous system, fights irritability, insomnia and can be used to assist in recovery from nervous breakdowns.

Blue – Calming. Stimulates the parasympathetic system, reduces blood pressure and calms both breathing and heart-rate. It has anti-inflammatory and muscle relaxing effects. Fights both physical and mental tension and is used to assist in relaxation.

Red – Is used to energise and stimulate. Affects the heart by increasing pulse rate, and the muscles by increasing their tension. Influences vitality, and increases body temperature. Can be used to develop excitement and sensuality.

Yellow – Increases neuromuscular tone. Purifies blood, helps digestion, and has a cleansing effect. Strongly stimulates happiness, brings on a sense of security, as well as a strong feeling of well-being.

White – Used for regeneration. Also, provides energy and balances the chronobiological rhythm, by stimulating the production of serotonin, a substance which regulates both sleep and the nervous system. Rebalances the psychophysical and hormonal systems in people who suffer from seasonal depression.

Healing with Light and Color Therapy
By Val Silver

Healing with light, or phototherapy, is gaining acceptance among medical practitioners, skin care providers and home enthusiasts as research and personal anecdotes verify the benefits of color light therapy for everything from treating cancer to skin care.

With the discovery that our cells continuously produce light, or photons, and that these photons carry information throughout the body’s energy field, healing beings of light with light just makes sense.

Ancient Egyptians understood that certain colors affect the mind and body. They used panes of colored glass in ceilings so people could benefit from the incoming colored light.

Modern day medicine also capitalizes on the benefits of healing with light and color energies. A color may be chosen by frequency for physical healing or based on emotions and moods for mental healing.

Practitioners determine which color frequencies are needed based on presenting symptoms.

To treat those symptoms, or the cause of the symptoms, clients are exposed to one or more healing colors in sequence. Depending on the type of therapy being used, a person may sit between two colored lights or be exposed to light from a specific direction.

Light may be diffuse, as sunlight or a light box, or targeted to a specific part of the body.

You can feel the effects of colored light and the difference in each color’s energy. When you sit inside a cathedral with predominantly dark blue windows, the space and energy feels cool and calming. Those with lots of red, yellow or orange feel lighter, warmer and more stimulating.

A similar idea for home use would be to put colored transparent plastic on a window that gets bright sunlight or over a bright home light.

On a metaphysical level, healing with light is considered a form of vibrational energy healing because light and color frequencies are used to balance a person’s energy. Your body’s chakra energy centers are each associated with a specific color. Colored lights, stones, or cloth are often used to balance these centers.

Hands on healing techniques often rely on channeling through universal energy or light. Some healers invite beings of light such as angels, ascended masters and spirit guides to participate in the healing and personal evolution process.

Healing with Color Light Therapy
Red, blue and full spectrum light are the most commonly used colors for healing with light.

Red light therapy, or healing with infrared light, was made popular thanks to NASA. They developed this technology as a way to protect the bones and muscles of astronauts at zero gravity.

Healing with red light.

This National Cancer Institute photo shows a laser beam focused at a tumor site. The light activates a photo sensitive drug which kills cancer cells.

Red is the longest wave length. It penetrates skin and soft tissue up to one inch deep without producing heat. This helps to improve blood circulation and relaxes stiff, painful muscles.

Exposure to red light stimulates ATP production which provides energy for your body. This ATP increases white blood cells to repair damaged tissues and decreases swelling and inflammation. To help you feel better while you heal, it also stimulates the release of feel good endorphins.

Red light therapy improves skin conditions including acne, eczema, scarring, burns, skin cancer, cold sores and rosacea. It stimulates collagen producing cells for plumper, healthier, younger looking skin.

Once only in the domain of the medical world, a variety of high-quality red light therapy devices are now available for home use. Benefits include reduced inflammation, pain relief, and improved circulation for people and pets. Some devices are more suitable for skin rejuvenation. The product description will detail its uses.

Ultra-violet light therapy has been proven effective as a treatment for psoriasis. Violet is also used to treat acne because it mobilizes forces within your body that kill acne causing bacteria.

Blue light therapy beds are used by hospitals for jaundiced babies. Babies are also placed in front of a sunny window to help them recover faster. Blue light is becoming popular for seasonal affective disorder and people suffering from the winter blues.

Seasonal Affective Disorder Light Therapy
One of the most common reasons people seek healing with light is because they feel depressed, have chronic low energy or fatigue, and suffer from insomnia brought on by lack of sunlight.

Full spectrum light therapy or daily white or blue light sessions can help with each of these symptoms by improve mood, energy and sleep. It makes the long months of short winter days easier to endure.

Sun light affects your sleep cycle because you need the intense morning light turn down sleep inducing melatonin production and to dial up production of energizing, feel good serotonin.

When sunlight is sparse, your biorhythms get messed up. You feel sleepy and tired instead of happy and energized.

You can get yourself back in rhythm with seasonal affective disorder light therapy.

To counter the effects of sunlight deprivation, use bright full spectrum lighting in your home during the day, or use an approved light box with white or blue light for a morning dose of light. Light boxes emit intense artificial light that emulates the effects of sunlight on brain chemicals. Be sure to follow directions.

Light boxes also help with jet lag and may even help with non-seasonal moderate depression.

Some people swear by wake up clocks that brighten over time just like the rising sun to help them wake up naturally.


Imagine a treatment that increases alertness, boosts creativity, reduces stress, improves perception, stamina, motor skills, and accuracy, enhances your sex life, helps you make better decisions, keeps you looking younger, aids in weight loss, reduces the risk of heart attack, elevates your mood, and strengthens memory. 

This miracle drug is, in fact, nothing more than the nap: the right nap, in right time and in the right position.

Thanks to The zero gravity position, specially composed sleep music, gentle wake sequence of programmed lights and vibrations…

All features of the Quantum Lounge Chair are designed to help you relax.

Zero-gravity refers to a specific body position that was originally developed by NASA. In preparation for a shuttle launch, astronauts were placed into a neutral body posture as a way to evenly distribute their weight and minimize the pressure on their bodies. This position became known as ‘Zero-G’.

The Quantum uses a mattress and frame to position the body in a way that relieves pressure from common pain points like the lower back, hips, and shoulders. By minimizing the stress in these areas, the bed helps to offer a more comfortable power nap experience.


Increase Alertness

Short rest can improve cognitive functioning and alertness, resulting in a 30% decline in attention failures from baseline measure.

Amin, M. M., et al. (2012). The effects of a mid-day nap on the neurocognitive performance of first-year medical residents: a controlled interventional pilot study. Academic Medicine, 87(10), 1428-1433.

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Reduce The Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Systematic midday napping (at least 3 times per week) is associated with a 37% lower risk of coronary heart disease.

Naska, A., et al. (2007). Siesta in healthy adults and coronary mortality in the general population. Archives of internal medicine, 167(3), 296-301

Improves Circulation
The circulatory system includes the heart and blood vessels with the heart being the central organ, pumping blood throughout the body. The circulatory system also helps supply the respiratory system with oxygen and nutrients while removing waste and carbon dioxide. Good circulation helps to ensure everything runs smoothly.

Because zero-g doesn’t put as much stress on your heart and keeps your legs elevated, it should improve circulation by allowing the heart to pump blood more efficiently.

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Boost Productivity

Lack of sleep causes workers to perform at subpar levels. Harvard researchers estimate that sleep deprivation costs US companies $63 billion in lost productivity per year.

Kessler, R. C., et al. (2011). Insomnia and the performance of US workers: results from the America insomnia survey. Sleep, 34(9), 1161.

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Enhance Learning

Even an ultra short period of sleep is sufficient to enhance memory processing.

Lahl, O., et al. (2008). An ultra short episode of sleep is sufficient to promote declarative memory performance. Journal of sleep research, 17(1), 3-10.

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Reduce Stress

Daytime napping stops or even reverses the process of deterioration in visual perception, thus helping individuals cope with information overload.

Mednick, S. C., et al. (2002). The restorative effect of naps on perceptual deterioration. Nature neuroscience, 5(7), 677-681.

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Improve Mood


Naps improve performance level and self-confidence of task performance.

Hayashi, M., et al. (1999). The effects of a 20 min nap in the mid-afternoon on mood, performance and EEG activity. Clinical Neurophysiology, 110(2), 272-279.

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Zero Gravity Sleep Position: All Your Questions Answered Here

Zero-gravity refers to a specific body position that was originally developed by NASA. In preparation for a shuttle launch, astronauts were placed into a neutral body posture as a way to evenly distribute their weight and minimize the pressure on their bodies. This position became known as ‘Zero-G’.

The Quantum uses a mattress and frame to position the body in a way that relieves pressure from common pain points like the lower back, hips, and shoulders. By minimizing the stress in these areas, the bed helps to offer a more comfortable power nap experience.


Zero Gravity sleeping is taking the principle of the Neutral Body Position designed by NASA and putting this to use with an adjustable bed sleep system, like The

To sleep at Zero-G means that your spine has the least amount of resistance possible, reducing pressure, increasing blood circulation, and stimulating numerous other lifestyle and medical benefits. The body’s weight is distributed exactly evenly across all points, giving the feeling of total support and weightlessness.

How a Zero Gravity Sleep System Works

While sleeping on a Zero Gravity sleep system, your body will be positioned according to very precise angles. The upper body is raised at a 120-degree angle to your thighs so that pressure felt on the back, neck, and shoulders is completely eliminated. This is called the zero-stress zone, which is the best position to reduce swelling and promote wellbeing. Your head and neck are completely supported and are elevated the most. Your knees will be bent slightly and raised to the level of your heart. While this may sound like a game of Twister, it’s actually extremely comfortable; the most comfortable position out there, according to NASA. 

Quantum Pod.

You’ve probably heard of the term zero gravity or zero gravity sleep position since it’s gained fame over the last few years. The Zero G concept has become so popular that it can be found everywhere in the home and office furnishing. From the design of beds, recliners, office chairs, and even lawn chairs, the zero gravity position has become a ‘must-have’ feature of ergonomic living.



When thinking about how to boost your exercise results, what inevitably comes to mind first, is to exercise more. Workout recovery doesn’t seem to be the most intuitive method for getting better results.

Most people would think about hitting the gym an extra day in the week or adding an extra 20 minutes to their workout. Another go-to method to boost the results from your exercise is to consider your diet and try to eat better. This could mean anything from adding more greens to your diet to stacking up on supplements to give your body the nutrients it needs. 

One thing that rarely comes across as essential to an efficient workout though, is not working out more, but resting more. Those who are focused on workout results can sometimes underestimate the power of a good rest, seeing it as cutting slack and wasting time that could be used to build muscle strength.

They would be very wrong. Resting time is actually the time when your body does all the muscle building. Working out is just the preparation phase for it.

Let’s examine this a bit more thoroughly and look into the mechanism of workouts.

What Happens During a Workout?

It’s not just your muscles that do the hard work when you exercise. Your heart, lymphatic system, hormones, brain, and entire body do their part to endure the workout. For now, let’s focus on your muscles and your heart.

What Happens to Your Muscles During Workout?

When you exercise your muscles, you apply force to them that they have not experienced before and you are disrupting their “status quo.” As a result, your muscles try to respond to the pressure and they tear up a little bit.

When this happens, your muscles signal this to your body and it sends special types of cells – muscle stem cells. They are there to connect the broken fibers and fuse them together. By fusing them together, they make them thicker and stronger – in other words, this makes your muscles grow.

At their core, muscle fibers are protein strands. When they break, some of that protein ends up in your system and needs to be flushed out through your kidneys. To have enough material, you need to have enough protein to form new fibers. You also need good cell proliferation, and you need the time to allow these processes to play out. 

In other words, your muscles will grow only if you hit that sweet spot between breaking down the muscle tissue and synthesizing it with the new one quickly and efficiently enough. Even if you choose a workout with fast results, your body will have to go through the same process.

What Happens to Your Heart During a Workout?

When you work out, your body reaches for an energy fuel so it can support the additional nourishment needed by the working muscles. It blazes through the glucose and ATP (adenosine triphosphate) deposits quickly and it signals to the heart to pump more and faster and deliver the necessary oxygen. This oxygen is needed to create more energy.

Your heart then increases its rate, starts pumping more oxygen and the muscles start helping the blood flow by squeezing the veins and other blood vessels, feeding more blood to the heart. 

When you are out of shape, it takes a long time to get your heart back to its normal heart after exercise. The fitter you get, the recovery time gets shorter. 

What Happens During Post Workout Recovery?

Obviously, a lot of stuff happens during the exercise. In most cases, you are aware of those processes. Your muscles hurt, your heart rate jumps up, you sweat, feel the adrenaline, and much more. Since you are actively aware of these reactions in your bodies, you tend to think that that’s when everything happens. 

The resting phase doesn’t seem that eventful. More precisely, the processes occurring during this phase are not as evident. They do happen and they are arguably even more important than what happens during the exercise itself. Here’s what starts to happen once you stop exercising.

Muscles in the Post Workout Recovery Phase

When your body realizes your muscles are under pressure and that the tissue is breaking down, it will try to regulate this process by releasing lactate into your system. The idea behind this is to help with the production of energy, but also to stop your muscles from overworking themselves. This lactate is what causes that post-workout soreness. 

So, in the post workout and recovery phase, your muscles are trying to get rid of the serum lactate and at the same time, they are attempting to bond better and stronger fibers. For that, they are “asking for” more protein. During this recovery period, if you don’t give your muscles enough protein and enough rest, you will actually reverse the process of muscle building and turn it into a destructive process. 

Your Heart in the Post Workout Recovery Phase

Depending on the type of workout, among other effects, your heart and circulatory system cause your blood pressure to drop due to central or peripheral vasodilation. In other words, your blood vessels relax, dilate, and make more space for the blood, so the pressure drops.

This gives your heart the time it needs to rest. This also means that your blood flow has increased, but with less effort from your heart. 

While the direct resting state for your heart is just a couple of minutes, it also has a prolonged recovery period. During this period, it is more vulnerable than it usually is. Forcing it into prolonged periods of this state would not have good effects on your cardiovascular health.

On the contrary. Not allowing your heart to rest means that it will not be able to function properly and that means that you will be risking much more than just faster muscle growth. Rest is crucial for your heart. Just look at the way sleep deprivation can be devastating to its function. 

How to Achieve that High-Quality Post-Exercise Rest?

Everybody is eager to get back to running after their fitness goals and resting is not high on their priority list. This is about to change if you want to enjoy a real workout with fast results and avoid health issues that would set you back even further. Here’s what you can do to speed up your recovery:

Good sleep to restore your energy and balance your hormones
A massage to get that lymphatic system running and repairing your body
Hydrate to replenish your electrolytes and heal your muscle fibers
Get your magnesium to reduce serum lactate in your muscles
Shock your body with hot and cold showers
Get your QUANTUM ZONE therapy

FERTI therapy will have some amazing effects on your workout recovery. On its own, FERTI helps your body produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules which act as the main energy fuel for your body. Energizing your body means restoring it and allowing it to thrive.

That’s not all. Besides having this amazing effect on your body, FERTI therapy also boosts the effects of all those other recovery mechanisms listed above. It helps improve sleep quality, boosts the lymphatic system, improves magnesium absorption, and much more.

You can enjoy FERTI therapy anytime and anywhere when you have your own portable FERTI therapy device. 



Katarina Mirković Arsić
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Katarina Mirković Arsić

Office napping goes legit with high-tech pods

There’s enough demand for a snooze spot at work that a number of manufacturers have developed pop-up sleeping accommodations for workspaces.

Sleeping on the job has long been frowned upon, but office napping may finally be climbing out from under the desk.

A small but growing number of businesses are encouraging sleep-deprived employees to grab 40 winks during the workday, providing rooms — or, in some cases, high-tech napping pods — to get the job done right. Benefits include a more productive workforce and, hopefully, the end to stealth sales meeting snoozes.

A third of U.S. adults are not getting the recommended seven hours of sleep per night, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, contributing to a range of problems, including health issues and mistakes at work. Sleep deprivation costs the U.S. $411 billion in annual economic losses, according to a Rand Corp. study, with the equivalent of about 1.23 million working days lost each year due to insufficient sleep.

Cutting-edge businesses like Google have been providing napping spaces for employees for about a decade, but it remains a vaguely guilty endeavor in many workplaces, and a fireable offense in others. In some corporate cultures, being sleep-deprived is a source of pride.“There’s kind of a badge of honor for how little you sleep in this world,” said Sara Mednick, an associate professor of cognitive science at the University of California at Irvine and author of a book on the benefits of napping. “The idea of napping in front of people while they’re all working really hard — there’s not a lot of respect for that.”

But corporate culture has been slowly changing in the two decades since surreptitious office shut-eye was explored in the 1997 “Seinfeld” episode “The Nap,” in which George Costanza gets trapped for hours in the cozy napping nook under his desk while his boss camps out in the office awaiting his return.

Eastlake Studio, a Chicago architecture and interior design firm that works both with office buildings and individual tenants, is seeing increased demand for designated quiet spaces where napping is a contemplated use.

“They’re just looking for places where people can go get re-energized,” said Tom Zurowski, founding principal of Eastlake. “Certainly that need to just get away from all the noise and maybe take a nap is one of the options they want to provide.”

Zurowski said Eastlake is installing everything from multipurpose relaxation areas to a meditation room for clients. While his firm has yet to create a designated napping room with a bed, spaces with couches, recliners and even massage chairs are intended to help employees throttle down.

Sleeping at the office remains far from widespread acceptance, however. And with 40 to 50 percent of adults napping on a regular basis, Mednick said, that leads to some creative ways to sneak in a workday snooze, such as workers going to their cars, a park bench, the library or a coffee shop to nod off discreetly.

Office napping carries much less of a stigma in other parts of the world. In China, for example, workers often take a break after lunch and put their heads on their desks for an hour-long nap, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

Still, there’s enough demand for places to nap at work that a number of manufacturers have developed pop-up sleeping accommodations for offices not necessarily designed for such inactivity.

Two European manufacturers were among those unveiling new nap pods to the North American market in June at the annual NeoCon commercial interiors show in Chicago.

Silence Business Solutions, a 3-year-old French company, rolled out La Boite a Reves (The Dream Box), a $19,000 wooden “recovery cocoon.” The windowless, soundproof pod features 12 light and sound atmospheres programmed to gently guide the user through a 15-minute power nap, controlled by a touch screen. It also includes a small but comfortable bed.

The Dream Box made its debut in Europe last year, selling units to companies such as L’Oreal and cloud computing firm OVH, said Galia Jacobs, a spokeswoman for Silence Business Solutions.

Framery, an 8-year-old Finnish company, introduced its own napping pod at NeoCon, a variation on its glassed-in, soundproof meeting pod. The $20,000 NapQ features two cushioned chairs that transform into a bed.


Sound is a very important tool for staying healthy. Sound has no boundaries, thus allowing it to penetrate every cell of the body; not only affecting the body but also the psyche.

Music is an integral part of Quantum Pod and has been used for thousands of years as a compliment to the natural healing process, to improve mood and mindset and even restore energy.

Music also changes brain activity which can counteract stress, slow your heart rate and breathing, and help reverse the damaging effects of chronic stress. Significant other benefits of music therapy can be lowering blood pressure, boosting immunity and keeping depression and anxiety at bay.

Auditorily, underlying tones play beneath the space’s curated playlist for added benefits for the body and mind. Quantum Pod uses a combination of 7.83hz and 40hz sound frequencies which help naturally produce matching frequencies through a process called entrainment. The 7.83hz frequency, otherwise known as the Schumann Resonance, is the approximate frequency of the Earth itself and helps to ‘ground’ body throughout therapies. Meanwhile, the 40hz frequency, associated with Gamma brainwave activity, helps achieve states of peak performance as it tunes into the brain’s functions. Very cool!



Music therapy—a type of expressive arts therapy that uses music to improve and maintain the physical, psychological, and social well-being of individuals.


Music has been used as a therapeutic tool for centuries and has been shown to affect many areas of the brain, including the regions involved in emotion, cognition, sensation, and movement. This fact, combined with the engaging nature of music and the diversity of music forms, makes music uniquely effective in the treatment of a wide array of physical and mental problems, including depression, anxiety, and hypertension.

When traveling music groups played for hospitalized veterans during and after both World Wars, doctors and clinicians began to realize the powerful effects that music has on the healing process and requested that professional musicians be hired by the hospitals. This created a need for specialized training in the appropriate delivery of music as a therapeutic method.
Gradually, colleges and universities began to include music therapy as part of their curriculum, beginning with Michigan State University in 1944. In 1950, the first major professional organization for music therapists was formed, and it became known as the National Association for Music Therapy (NAMT). In 1998, the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) was formed out of a merger between the NAMT and the American Association for Music Therapy. The AMTA focuses on increasing awareness of and access to music therapy services while promoting the advancement of education, training, professional standards, and research in the field of music therapy.


Mental and physical relaxation and regeneration within a very short time.

Through a special stereo headphone your clients are transported into the world of mentally effective sounds. Low-frequency “alpha waves” characterize our half-sleep or the state during an easy meditation. “Theta waves” are found in the sleep and dream phase as well as in deep meditation. When our brain waves vibrate in the alpha and theta modes, we are in a state of deep relaxation. “Delta waves”, on the other hand, determine deep sleep. During this phase, our self-healing efforts become active.


Music therapy can benefit many individuals. The diverse nature of music means it can be applied in the treatment of concerns both physical and psychological. In some instances, the therapeutic use of music has been able to help people in ways that other forms of therapy have not, as it can sometimes elicit responses that may not appear through more traditional forms of treatment. When people find it difficult to express themselves verbally, they may display a greater degree of interest and engagement in music therapy than they would in a more traditional form of therapy. No background in music is required for a person to benefit from this approach.

Because music can evoke positive emotions and stimulate reward centers in the brain, music therapy is often able to alleviate symptoms of mental health concerns such as:

Mood-related concerns
Substance dependency
Personality issues
Music therapy can both assess and enhance cognitive, social, emotional, and motor functioning, and studies have shown positive results among individuals who have intellectual or physical difficulties, brain injuries, or Alzheimer’s. This type of therapy has also been used in the treatment of physical ailments such as cancer and hypertension.

The positive effects of music therapy are not limited to those coping with severe or long-lasting physical and psychological problems, and this therapy can benefit people in a variety of situations. Music is frequently used to reduce stress levels and pain perception among mothers in labor and has been associated with improvements in self-esteem, self-concept, verbal communication, prosocial behavior, socialization skills, group cohesion, and coping skills.

Relaxation – Better than sleep!

The beneficial effect of the slow, evenly vibrating brain waves is used by the Quantum Zone – Systems very specifically. The basic technique is the “F.R. Audiotherapy”: A special music with binaural sounds produces gentle sound waves in the course of a quiet heartbeat. They stimulate the brain and put it in the alpha to delta mode. In this way body, mind and soul find a soothing, regenerating rest and deep relaxation.

More than just “relaxation”

When the brain waves vibrate in the alpha-to-delta mode, the deep rest produced by this effect not only affects the soul, but the whole organism. As a “switching center” our brain regulates the vegetative nervous system and influences the organ functions of our body.

The positive effects:
• Heart rate and pulse rate slow down, blood pressure drops.
• The breathing becomes deeper and calmer.
• The muscle tension decreases.
• The vessels expand and the blood flow increases.
• The production of stress hormones decreases.
• The immune system is activated

Scientists are convinced!

Clinical studies from the US demonstrate the efficacy of audio therapy, which is the basis for the Quantum Zone system. The scientists also found that the special sound frequencies are suitable for a wide range of applications:
• Already with a single session, everyday and professional stress can be reduced.
• Sleep quality and quality are improved by up to 80% within 14 days.
• Fears and depressive symptoms as well as psychological effects of trauma are reduced by 40 to 60 percent.
• The psychological consequences of persistent pain are diminishing.

The perfect combination

When the sounds of the Quantum Zone set the brain into the relaxation mode, the fine vibrations of the integrated massage system harmonize with the energy centers (chakras) of the body.
The Quantum Zone allows mental and physical relaxation and regeneration within a very short time. As a perfect overall system, it offers the ultimate path to:
• Recovery
• Refreshment
• Vitality

Sounds & vibrations perfectly combined

A 30-minute or 60-minute sound-massage application lets your customers experience the extraordinary, harmonious relaxation.

Four programs are available

Quantum Touch (Light vibrations): 30-minute program with light vibrations designed to enhance the massage experience. With gentle, relaxing music, tones and natural sounds.

Quantum Gentle (Full body vibrations): 60-Minute program. Full Body mixture of lighter and deeper vibrations designed for both relaxation and Chakra Balancing. Multi-channel frequencies designed to resonate with the body’s energy centers and to enhance the massage experience. With accompanying audio journey to a deep, relaxed state.

Quantum Deep (Deep vibrations): 60-Minute program with deeper multi-channel vibrations for a more intense physical experience with an orchestrated deep relaxation audio program of musical notes, tones and natural sounds.

Quantum Energy (Energy balance program): 30-Minute vibration program designed to quickly balance the body’s energy centers, while music, tones and natural sounds help deliver a relaxed mental state.


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