Boost Your Health And Wellness With Kala Therapy Devices
Two up-and-coming entrepreneurs have gone back in time to help improve the future for health and wellness. And the future has arrived, thanks to their ground-breaking technology that is ‘glowing’ with success. Meet Kala, red-light technology that utilizes the power of specially engineered wavelengths to heal your body and optimize your health.
The company’s co-founders are Landon Schiller (right in the image above) and Cameron Stajer (left in the image above), both innovative and ambitious business gurus who hail from Toronto. The entrepreneurial business duo, who pretty much bootstrapped the launch of Kala on their own, have enjoyed successful hockey careers. Schiller went to Ryerson University and played professional hockey in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Cameron Stajer went to the University of Western Ontario and played hockey in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL).
The concept of this tech dates back centuries and is by no means a fad or myth. Leading researchers have conducted thousands of peer-reviewed studies and trials on all kinds of light therapy, which is now a legitimate and widely used health intervention that boosts your looks and helps improve your body’s performance. Even NASA has harnessed the powers of light therapy in the 80s and 90s for space missions that we are now witnessing.
The consensus on this technology is clear: red-light treatments are safe, effective and have a long list of potential uses. As we all know, light is key to our health and cellular function, just like sleep, water, and nutrients for food. Since the body is designed to function with lots of natural sunlight, the sad fact is that most people don’t get enough sunlight, with over 90 percent spending their time indoors, especially during a global pandemic.
Kala is ideal for people from all walks of life and ages. Even players in the NHL are using this technology.
“It sounds like new technology, but it’s actually been around since the 1700s,” says Stajer. “So, there are over 5,000 clinical studies on the effects of red-light therapy, and there’s a mountain of evidence of its benefits for our skin, sleep optimization, and athletic performance and recovery. We have grandmothers and NHL players – and everyone in between – using our devices who all say it’s super innovative and really cool. We are pretty much doing what no one else is on the market, even those who are already in the red-light technology space. Kala is helping people and they are seeing a positive difference in their looks and performance.”
Kala Therapy offers a full fleet of devices from portable handheld to full-sized devices. The Kala Red Light Mini (Canada’s #1 Portable Red-Light Device) for $299.99; Kala Red-Light Pro for $649; Kala Red-Light Elite for $1,249.99; and Kala Red Light Quad for $4,899.