The studio was specifically designed with the owner’s view and inspiration in mind so that clients can have a whole body experience both physically and internally. Over 15 different classes are intentionally offered at Rise Mvmt Studio to target different needs based on emotional and mental release, trauma, improving cardiovascular health, elevating joy and self-confidence, and boosting energy.  Come take a class and trust the process.

Why does darkness and certain colored lighting help me during my time to heal?

This question was part of the inspiration that allowed the owner of Rise Mvmt Studio to dig deeper into why dancing in dimmed lighting helped her maneuver through her emotions. She soon discovered that there is indeed scientific evidence that lighting has a significant impact on how you feel and function. The lighting system incorporated at Rise Mvmt Studio was a main piece of the puzzle in creating a certain “vibe” or mood. There are over 16 million customizable colors that can set the tone for any given class at the studio.

Several modern studies have proven the incredible impact of colored lighting on heart rate, circadian rhythms, and overall mood. Many colors of the visible light spectrum have beneficial effects namely reducing anxiety and improving mood by stimulating certain brain functions.

Explore some of the colors we focus on at Rise Mvmt Studio to restore your good vibes.


In addition to its soothing psychological connections with nature, bathing in green light may help us to produce a hormone called melanopsin, which helps regulate our circadian rhythms.

Green wavelengths may also help reduce pain, making it a good choice both for resetting your sleep patterns and treating things like sore muscles, headaches, and joint pain that could prevent you from getting enough rest.

Regardless of shade, green light color and be healing and is one of the most relaxing for the eye.

Green light can represent:

  • Growth

  • Relaxing

  • Nurturing

  • Balance

  • Healing

  • Harmony

  • Health


Though we’ve all been bombarded by the dangers of blue light emanating from our device screens—an extremely bright bluish-white meant to keep us alert and focused—the right blue wavelengths of light can help our bodies produce calming hormones.

Darker blues promote feelings of relaxation and safety, while also promoting creativity. If you’re trying to relax with a creative project after a long, stressful day, this blue is your go-to hue.

Blue light can represent:

  • Intelligence

  • Dependability

  • Trust

  • Relaxation

  • Serenity

  • Security

  • Cognitive Enhancement


Anyone who’s experienced anxiety knows that it often comes with the side effect of having a shorter temper and an increased tendency toward aggressive behavior. That’s because those experiencing anxiety don’t feel safe and are trying to protect themselves by ushering others away.

The color pink and pink wavelengths of light are often used to help reduce feelings of anger and aggression. This cozy-rosy hue doesn’t stimulate the brain as much as other colors might, reducing tension and feelings of being overstimulated.

Pink light may also help regulate blood circulation and rid the body of toxins!

Pink light can represent:

  • Compassion

  • Sympathy

  • Femininity

  • Warmth

  • Playfulness

  • Uplifting

  • Calming


A combination of blue and red, purple light reportedly has some benefits of both of its constituent colors. Purple wavelengths also particularly stimulate the eyes and nervous system, reducing stressful emotions and promoting calm in the mind.

Purple light can represent:

  • Creativity

  • Imagination

  • Enlightenment

  • Inspiration

  • Encouragement

  • Luxury

  • Motivation


Red (our studio favorite), is one of the most powerful colors. It’s a light color that can be used in lots of settings and has the ability to invoke many altering moods.The red color itself is often recognized as a having passion and desire while also offering senses of alertness or alarm. And believe it or not, a red light can be one of the best light colors for sleeping. As it mimics a setting sun, the red color can help promote melatonin which can help aid in sleep quality.

Red light can represent:

  • Passion

  • Desire

  • Adventure

  • Vitality

  • Urgency

  • Rejuvenation

  • Confidence

  • Courage