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What is an Infrared Sauna?

Unlike traditional saunas that use heating elements to raise the temperature of the air inside, infrared saunas use infrared light to raise your core body temperature while the air around you stays unchanged. You'll sweat and your heart rate will increase to pump more blood to your skin. The idea is that this process mimics the effects of exercise and provides similar health benefits. Sauna proponents say regular use of infrared saunas helps with everything from blood pressure to weight loss.  (WebMD, 2023)

Health Benefits

  • Detoxification

    • Deep, productive sweat to naturally detox the body​

  • Heart Health

    • Strengthen the heart by improving circulation and possibly reducing blood pressure​

  • Muscle Recovery

    • Delivers oxygen to the muscle cells for faster repair and pain relief​

  • Anti-Aging

    • Increases collagen and elastin, promotes cell regeneration​

  • Relaxation

    • Relax in the sauna and feel physically restored and mentally refreshed​

  • Immunity

    • Promotes cell health and overall immunity​

  • Sleep

    • Supports a healthy circadian rhythm to help improve sleep​

  • Weight Loss

    • Stimulates sluggish metabolism and improves fat burning​

Frequently Asked Questions

How often can I use the sauna?

  • Infrared sauna's are safe to be used everyday, but it is recommended 3-4 times a week.

How long does the session last?

  • We offer 20, 30, and 40 minute sessions.  It is recommended to start at 20 minutes and build up to 40 minute sessions.

Who should not use the sauna?

  •  The only significant risk researchers have noted is that high heat can lower sperm count. Many experts advise avoiding saunas if you     are trying to conceive. Hot tubs pose a similar risk.‌ Pregnant women should also not use the sauna. 


What are the risks?

  •  For typical sauna users, there aren’t significant risks. Some people find that they get uncomfortable due to the heat. As with any sauna, the dangers of infrared saunas include the risk of becoming overheated, dehydrated, or dizzy. You can generally avoid this by drinking plenty of water before and after your session. And of course, avoid using any drugs or alcohol when trying a sauna.

Session Prices
20 minutes for $20
30 minutes for $30
40 minutes for $40

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