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Without the risk of skin damaging UV rays, the infrared sauna promotes sweating while raising the body’s core temperature to detoxify at a cellular level. From weight loss to arthritic pain relief this relaxing treatment promotes relaxation with the highest levels of beneficial results. Sit back and relax while your body soaks in the abundant benefits of the infrared sauna.
- Weight Loss
- Pain Relief
- Lower Blood Pressure
- Improved Circulation
- Age Reversal
- Skin Purification
- Cellular Health
- Muscle Recovery & Immunity
Yes!! Far infrared heat is a form of radiant energy. The sun is an example of the principal source of infrared radiant energy that we experience on a daily basis. All human bodies absorb, as well as emit, infrared radiant energy. Infrared Sauna heat emitters produce a specific bandwidth of radiant energy that matches the vibrational frequency of the human body. This process is also known as resonant absorption. No harmful UV rays are emitted.
Unlike traditional hot rock based saunas that operate at well in excess of 200°F, infrared heat has the benefit of being effective at a much more comfortable temperature of 100°-150°F. Traditional saunas focus on heating the air as opposed to the body directly. This can make the experience uncomfortably hot and make breathing difficult rather than a pleasant detoxification and relaxation environment. Since infrared heat penetrates human tissue as opposed to simply heating the surface of the skin, infrared saunas are about seven times more effective than traditional saunas at detoxifying the body. By raising the body’s core temperature, infrared saunas can typically generate a sweat composed of 20% toxins vs. only 3% toxins in a traditional sauna. This equates to reduced inflammation in joints, helping to regenerate damaged tissues, increasing your metabolism. The increased core temperature also helps the immune system by weakening and killing cancers cells, bacteria, and viruses that are all susceptible to heat.
It does take some time to get the sauna heated up so to ensure we have it at an adequate temperature prior to your arrival, we recommend you schedule your sauna sessions rather than just dropping in. Just click the “BOOK NOW” button on this page to schedule an appointment.
A typically recommended session will be about 30 to 40 minutes in duration. However, several factors will influence how long to stay in an infrared sauna with the most important factor being how your body is reacting to the sauna session. You should always listen to your body and you do not want to overdo it by staying in the sauna for too long. If you’re a newcomer to infrared saunas, you should try a lower temperature and end your first few sessions after only 15 to 25 minutes. It is recommended that you gradually increase the temperature and duration of your sessions. It is important to always pay attention to your body and ensure it’s not giving you any warning signs like feeling faint, dizziness, lightheadedness or general discomfort. If any of these warnings arise, you should end your session immediately and focus on rehydrating yourself. If you ever start to feel as though your body is giving you warning signals, pay attention to them.