O2Life oxygen wellness center opens in Flower Mound

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O2Life also offers high altitude training, which involves exercising with a low percentage of oxygen. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

O2Life also offers high altitude training, which involves exercising with a low percentage of oxygen. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

O2Life, an oxygen wellness center, is now open at 340 Parker Square Road, Flower Mound. O2Life offers a variety of methods to practice exercise with oxygen therapy—or EWOT—including different exercise machines and a steam sauna that patrons can use while breathing in a high percentage of oxygen through an oxygen mask.

“What that does is it infuses your blood plasma with oxygenated red blood cells, so all of the plasma is supercharged with oxygen, which is very beneficial in many ways,” owner Carrie Padilla said.

She said she decided to open O2Life after she lost her aunt to COVID-19. While researching ways to strengthen her own lungs, she learned about EWOT. After purchasing a system and seeing an increase in her energy and general health, she decided to create a business to share with others, she said.

O2Life also offers high altitude training, which involves exercising with a low percentage of oxygen.

An official grand opening event is scheduled for Nov. 6, and a ribbon cutting ceremony will be Nov. 9.


Sessions can be purchased individually or in a group of six for the price of five. Appointments can be scheduled online or over the phone. 214-680-5962. www.o2lifetx.com

By Samantha Van Dyke
Samantha Van Dyke is Community Impact's DFW Metro Reporter. She previously served as managing editor of The Arkansas Traveler.


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