Technology meets biology

Yes, Vidavii uses the latest technology from some of the world’s leading makers. But we’re not a medical lab. Far from it. We’re all about wellbeing and helping you live healthier and better for longer... You’ll start to feel the Vidavii from the moment you walk through the door.

Our space at 58 South Molton Street is inviting and stylish. We like to think of it as a little oasis in the heart of busy London. It’s somewhere you’ll love to be – and somewhere you’ll want to keep coming back to.

The biological effects of Breathe

  • Colour therapy

    Influences hormone production (esp. melatonin and serotonin) and regulates circadian rhythms and mood via neuroendocrine pathways.

  • Ionisation

    Enhances cellular function by boosting oxygen uptake, strengthening immune defence by improving leukocyte activity.

  • Infrared light

    Promotes cell regeneration and the breakdown of toxins through enhanced ‘microcirculation’ (that’s in your smallest blood vessels) and increased perspiration. This helps the detoxification process.

  • Aromatherapy

    Affects the central nervous system, which can reduce the secretion of stress hormones like cortisol, promoting relaxation.

  • Audiovisual neurostimulation

    Modifies brain wave patterns, enhancing neurological function and contributing to stress reduction

  • Thermal effects

    Influences thermoregulation and reduces inflammatory processes by getting your blood and lymph fluid flowing as they should.

The biological effects of Squeeze

  • Lymphangiomotor activity

    The activity of the lymph vessels, which is increased by manual stimulation, accelerating lymph flow.

  • Interstitial pressure

    Reducing this makes the entry of fluid into the lymph capillaries easier while draining excess fluid from your tissues

  • Phagocytosis

    the process where pathogens and debris get broken down by specialised immune cells.

  • Immunomodulation

    Improvement in the distribution of lymphocytes and other immune cells. which strengthens the body's defences.

  • Proteolysis

    The removal of proteins from areas surrounding your tissue. This supports the breakdown and elimination of proteins connected to inflammation and tissue damage.

Something called inflammatory mediators are what’s responsible for inflammation in your body – cryotherapy is designed to dramatically reduce the release of these.

The result is pain relief, especially in chronic conditions like arthritis. What happens in a nutshell is the cold narrows the blood vessels (the technical term is vasoconstriction), reducing swelling and inflammation in the affected areas.

The biological effects of Freeze

Boosting endorphins

When exposed to extreme cold, your body whips up a batch of endorphins, your body’s natural pain and stress fighters. These hormones create a sense of wellbeing and improve your mood, which makes cryotherapy an ideal treatment for depression and anxiety.

No more poor circulation 

You may not know this, but cold narrows your blood vessels. And when your body returns to its normal temperature, those narrowed blood vessels widen again (that phenomenon is called vasodilation). It’s this narrowing and widening that improves blood flow and boosts oxygen and nutrient supply to your tissues. The end result is a healthier cardiovascular system.

A stronger immune system

Studies show that regular cryotherapy can help create more white blood cells. Those cells play a crucial role in protecting you against infections. On top of that, cryotherapy modulates the concentration of proteins called cytokines, which control your body’s immune response.

  • Vasoconstriction (narrowing of the blood vessels)

  • Release of endorphins

  • Vasodilation (blood vessels widen)

  • White blood cells (increased production of white blood cells)

  • Cytokines (modulate concentration of cytokines)

The biological effects of our dry water massage

Rainbow colour light therapy: a kaleidoscope of benefits

What a difference a colour can make. This unique treatment, called ‘chromatherapy’, has a positive impact on the production of melatonin and serotonin – for better sleep and a better mood. What’s more, different lights on the spectrum help support the regeneration of your cells and improvements to the health of your skin.

Music and meditative sounds: if music be the food of life…

Shakespeare called music the food of love, actually, but we hope he won’t mind us taking liberties. (Plus we know you’ll love it!) During your session, the soothing music and meditative sounds aren’t just making things more pleasant, they’re promoting relaxation, reducing the hormones that lead to stress and boosting your overall feeling of wellbeing.

Aromatherapy: the nose knows

The limbic system in your brain is responsible for emotions and memories. And that’s exactly what aromatherapy targets, making you feel incredibly relaxed and with that deep-down feeling of feeling good.

Warning: lots of scientific terms incoming!

  • Contactless dry water massage

    Sparks processes that enhance circulation in your smallest blood vessels and drains lymph fluid, reducing muscle tone and stimulating the release of endorphins.

  • Rainbow colour light therapy

    Uses cold laser therapy to stimulate cellular mitochondria, which affect ATP production and DNA repair mechanisms as well as modulating circadian rhythms.

  • Music and meditative sounds

    These can help the neural networks in your brain  and can have stress-reducing and cognitive-stimulating effects through auditory processing, including modulation of stress axis responses.

  • Aromatherapy

    This gets the smell receptors going and is linked to the limbic system, triggering reactions that promote relaxation and support emotional balance.