Skip to main content

Natural Awakenings Sarasota / Manatee / Charlotte

Elysian Fields Offers Oxygen Therapy

Mar 01, 2020 11:41AM ● By Janet Lindsay

Even at sea level, oxygen treatments are beneficial. Whether you deal with chronic fatigue, pain, disease or stress, oxygen therapy goes a long way. There is nothing new about this treatment modality. In the 1900s, a form of oxygen therapy called “hyperbaric” was used with divers to remedy decompression illness. It has since become a treatment for strokes, embolisms, crush injuries, diabetic infections and more. 

In the late ‘90s, oxygen treatments became mainstream. Popular in destination locales and areas of elevation, oxygen bars and lounges are used by athletes and seniors, as well as those seeking relief from specific ailments. Oxygen treatments vary from five to 20 minutes, and in some cases, even an hour. 

The Oxygen Bar at Elysian Fields offers 10 minutes for $10. As an option, there are also five aromatherapies to choose from, and each aroma has benefits or attributes to enhance the overall therapy. For an uplifting experience that boosts circulation, lemongrass can be infused into the oxygen. Lavender balances the physical and emotional aspects of being, and eucalyptus promotes concentration and assists with respiratory function. Bergamot is ideal for digestion and fights infection, while grapefruit assists in mood balancing, metabolic function, and has both anti-microbial and antibacterial properties. 

Even if you choose just a basic Oxygen Treatment, you can enjoy relaxation, increased focus and awareness with more energy. While seated in the comfortable chairs at Elysian Fields, you can read a book, listen to a musical or meditative CD through headphones, or sit with your eyes closed. Decreased stress and anxiety are at the top of the list of added benefits, as well as alleviated sinus and headache discomfort. 


Location: 1273 S Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. For more information, call 941-361-3006 or visit 



Natural Awakenings of Sarasota September 2020 Digital Edition


Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression