Infrared Sauna Therapy has been shown to:
- Improve immune function
- Detox the body
- Relieve chronic pain (muscles & joints)
- Improve cardiovascular health
- Promote relaxation and stress relief
- Facilitate clearer and tighter skin
- Stimulate weight loss
Infrared Sauna Therapy may help people with:
- Cardiovascular disease
- High blood pressure
- Congestive heart failure
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Chronic fatigue
- Poor digestion
- Depression and anger
- Chronic muscle and joint pains
How to Use Sauna
Start slowly. Depending on your fitness level, 5-10 minutes at the target temperature (40-50 degrees Celsius) may be enough at first. With regular use you may stay for 20-30 minutes at a time.
Prepare. Don’t eat a huge meal right before. Wear loose fitting clothes or bathing suit. For hygienic purposes, you must place the towels provided at your seat and your feet. Allow yourself to heat up with the unit so your body will acclimatize with ease.
Stay hydrated. Drink water during and after to allow toxins to flow easily through your system.
Enjoy yourself. Read a book, meditate, listen to music, or chat with a friend during your sauna session.
Rest for 5-10 minutes following a session. Cool down after by wiping down with a wet cloth or having a shower.
Check with your primary health care provider before using sauna. Listen to your body. If you feel nauseous, dizzy, have a headache come on, or any other symptom that doesn’t feel right, get out of the sauna. Sauna use is NOT recommended if you are pregnant, or if you have lupus, multiple sclerosis, adrenal suppression, acute injuries, silicone implants or protheses, or hemophilia.
Standard Sauna sessions are 30 minutes long. You can use the sauna once a day, several times a week or before another scheduled treatment.
1 Person – $20 1 Person – 10 Pack – Valid for 6 months – $150
2 Person – $30 2 Person – 10 Pack – Valid for 6 months – $250
Call/Text: (306) 203-2689