Body Sculpting

EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) body contouring is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses electrical impulses to stimulate the muscles and reduce body fat. The treatment involves attaching electrodes to the targeted areas of the body, which then send electrical pulses to the muscles, causing them to contract and relax rapidly.

This rapid muscle contraction mimics the effects of exercise and can help to tone and strengthen the muscles while also burning fat. EMS body contouring is particularly effective for targeting stubborn areas of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise, such as the abdomen, thighs, and buttocks.

The treatment is painless and requires no downtime, making it a popular option for people who want to improve their body shape without undergoing surgery. It is also a time-efficient treatment as one session of 30-60 minutes can be equivalent to hours of exercise in the gym.

EMS body contouring is not suitable for everyone, and you should book a consultation before undergoing the treatment. It may not be suitable for people with certain medical conditions or those who are pregnant. It’s important to note that while EMS body contouring can help to reduce body fat and improve muscle tone, it should be combined with a healthy diet and regular exercise for optimal results.


EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation, and it represents an innovative approach to body contouring. It’s noteworthy as the first energy device to receive FDA clearance for both fat burning and muscle mass development. EMS effectively contracts muscles far beyond what voluntary effort can achieve, resulting in improved muscle tone and enhanced fat reduction. 

How it works:

This process involves the precise delivery of electromagnetic energy to target areas, inducing muscle contractions at 100% capacity, sustained for up to six seconds. These intense muscle contractions, impossible to achieve voluntarily, compel the muscle tissue to adapt to such rigorous conditions. In response, the muscle undergoes a profound transformation in its internal structure, leading to muscle growth and the sculpting of your physique.

In contrast, the average person can typically engage their muscles to only about 30-35% capacity for a brief moment. 

The longevity of your results with EMS is contingent on your commitment to maintaining them. Just as muscles atrophy if you stop going to the gym, muscle gains achieved through EMS can diminish over time. On average, you can anticipate retaining your results for six months to a year, provided you adopt a healthy lifestyle comprising proper diet and exercise. We also offer special maintenance pricing after completing a specified number of treatment packages, allowing you to sustain your results at a more affordable cost. 
No, EMS is a painless procedure. Patients typically report feeling a gentle “pulling” sensation during treatment. The intensity of the treatment can be adjusted to ensure the comfort of each patient.
EMS is a non-invasive procedure that requires no recovery time. It is an attractive option for many patients because it necessitates no preparation or post-care regimen. Some individuals may experience mild soreness, but it is not as intense as the soreness typically associated with traditional workouts.
EMS is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as well as individuals with metal implants in the treatment area. Please consult your doctor if you have any high risk health conditions
The number of sessions required varies based on factors such as your diet, fitness level, goals, timeline, and starting point. This can be discussed and determined during your complimentary consultation at your first session.
Upper abdomen, lower abdomen, glutes, calves, thighs, lower back, shoulders 

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