ASEA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What are your opening hours and location?
Open Play and Priate Birthday Parties are avilable Saturday 12 - 8PM and Sunday 12 - 6PM. We're open on holidays too!
What ages do you allow?
Kids ages 1 - 12 will be allowed to play. Adults can come in to play with their children - each adult must be accompanied by a child!
What kind of activities do you offer?
Boston Playground strives to create a fun and free playing environment that does not rely on coin-operated or screen-based fun. We encourage guests to play and interact with others (and their imagination) and promote tactile development and social activities. Bounce in large bouncy arena, climb walls and swing off ropes, play a game of soccer pool, build using giant blocks, try some creative games and so much more!
Can I bring outside food in?
No food or drink is allowed in the play area. If you would like to have food while you play, you can come out to the common area at the entrance, or hire the party room.
Can parents play too?
Adults can - and are encouraged - to play alongside their kids too! Many of our activities are fun and even challenging for adults.
What is the difference between Birthday Packages and Open Play?
Birthday Packages are all Private Events - meaning, it is just your guests in the Playground, along with our supervising staff. All Birthday Packages include 1 hour and 15 minutes of free play in the Playground followed by 45 minutes in our Private Party Room. The Party Room includes all party utensils (cutlery, napkins, paper plates and cups) along with large harvest tables and benches. A refrigerator (w/freezer) is also free for groups to use.
ASEA Science FAQ's
WHAT IS REDOX SIGNALING?
Redox signaling molecules are created within every cell of the body and act as cellular message carriers, helping to protect, rejuvenate and keep cells functioning at optimal levels.
WHAT IS CELLULAR COMMUNICATION?
Cellular communication is important for overall cellular health. It ensures that messages are delivered and received in a timely manner to continue cell production and repair.
IF MY BODY CREATES THEM NATURALLY, WHY DO I NEED TO TAKE A SUPPLEMENT?
As we age, and as stress and environmental toxins inundate our lives and weaken our defenses, normal cellular function declines, and with it, the body’s ability to produce and maintain a proper balance of redox signaling molecules.
CAN I SPEAK WITH MY PHYSICIAN TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MY INDIVIDUAL NEEDS?
Yes, each of our bodies is different and has specific needs. With the proper nutrition, exercise and supplements, you can restore and maintain the optimal level of redox signaling molecules, helping you feel more energized and healthier longer. If you're unsure of your health status, have multiple health problems or are pregnant, speak with your doctor before starting a new supplement regimen. Working with your doctor ahead of time is a good way to determine a program that's right for you.
I READ THAT IF YOU TAKE SUPPLEMENTS FOR SOMETHING THAT YOU NATURALLY PRODUCE YOUR BODY WILL STOP CREATING IT. IS THAT TRUE?
HOW DID ASEA DEVELOP THE TECHNOLOGY?
A team of medical professionals, engineers and researchers discovered a proprietary technology to create life-sustaining redox signaling molecules.
IS THE TECHNOLOGY PATENTED?
Yes, ASEA patented the process and has made it available in two forms – ASEA Redox Supplement and RENU 28. There are several U.S. Government patents pending for ASEA related to its core technology. There are multiple U.S. Government patents pending for ASEA related to its core technology.
HAS REDOX SIGNALING TECHNOLOGY BEEN APPROVED BY THE FDA?
HOW DO I KNOW THAT REDOX SIGNALING PRODUCTS ARE SAFE?
Redox signaling is a safe and natural process that occurs in every cell of our bodies.
HAS REDOX SIGNALING BEEN SCIENTIFICALLY RESEARCHED?
Yes, more than 10,000 peer-reviewed papers have been written about it—there is even a scientific journal dedicated to its study. Do a simple search on Google Scholar (scholar.google.com) for the term redox signaling to view some of the recent research being conducted in the field of redox signaling science.