Relax and experience the natural health benefits of an Infrared Sauna

The soothing heat of an infrared sauna will relax your body, releasing stress, pain and accumulated toxins. Through a gentle sweating process the infrared sauna creates an atmosphere of comfort at significantly lower temperatures than a conventional sauna.


Health Benefits:


Eliminate harmful toxins … take the detoxifying load off your liver and kidneys by the direct elimination of toxins through the skin. Two to three times more sweat is produced in the infrared sauna. Greater detoxification of heavy metals is achieved including: lead, mercury, cadmium, and fat-soluble toxins.

Pain Relief

Remarkable pain relief … this deep heat helps blood vessels dilate, bringing relief and healing to muscle and soft tissue injuries. Infrared heat is widely used to treat patients suffering from many forms of arthritis, backache, bursitis, fibromyalgia, headache, sprains, strains, and many other muscular skeletal ailments. Much of the stiffness and soreness that comes with aging is reduced or eliminated.

Weight Loss

Burn calories … heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate increase to improve overall cardiovascular fitness. Burn 600 calories in just one 25-minute session. Lose weight – not just water. You can receive the “training effect” while reading and relaxing.


Sweat your troubles away at lower, more comfortable temperatures … and feel the stress melt away.

Clears Cellulite

Infrared saunas help clear cellulite, the gel-like lumps of fat, water and debris trapped in pockets beneath the skin.

Boosts Immune Response

Studies have shown that the infrared sauna improves a number of parameters in the immune system to stimulate the body’s own natural healing processes.

Improves Skin

The profuse sweating achieved in the infrared sauna carries off deeply imbedded impurities and dead skin cells, leaving the skin glowing and immaculately clean. Skin tone and elasticity are improved. It has been shown to relieve acne, eczema, psoriasis, and also remove roughness.

Improves Circulation

Heating the body stimulates blood flow. Increased circulation boosts energy levels, promotes greater bodily healing capabilities, and improves overall health.


Before the Sauna

Before the sauna, you should drink a full glass of water, or other hydrating drink, such as coconut water. Do not drink coffee, soda, juice overloaded with sugar or alcohol.

Next, it’s a good idea to get dirt off your skin, any soap or lotion residue off your skin. If you want to do a dry brush to increase your circulation and the benefits of the sauna, then do that before you enter the sauna.

You should wear as little as possible in a sauna, and ideally you should wear nothing. However, If you’re going to wear clothes, wear loose-fitting clothes that breathe, like shorts and a tank top or loose cotton t-shirt, or even a bathing suit. You will need to bring three towels with you, or you can rent the towel at our salon for a charge.

After the Sauna

After you’re done in the sauna, take a warm to cool shower to remove sweat and toxins from your skin. If possible, avoid putting soap and especially lotion on your skin, which will only clog the pores you just cleansed. A cold water rinse will close up your pores quickly and leave your skin feeling incredibly and naturally smooth.


Tips to remember

Sometimes medications we’ve taken get stored in fat cells. Some people say we have memories and emotions locked in our cells. As the infrared light penetrates your body and stirs up cells, you might experience old emotions or taste old medication. This is not abnormal and is a good indication that you are ridding your body of the stuff that should not be there.

If you’re pregnant or have a significant illness, please consult your physician before using a sauna.

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