Infrared Sauna Session
An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light that is absorbed by the body. Unlike traditional saunas that heat the air around you, infrared saunas directly heat your body without significantly raising the temperature of the surrounding air.
The infrared heaters in an infrared sauna emit infrared radiation, which is a part of the electromagnetic spectrum. This radiation penetrates the skin and gently heats the body from within. The heat generated by the infrared sauna promotes sweating and provides various potential health benefits.
Infrared saunas typically use three types of infrared wavelengths: near-infrared, mid-infrared, and far-infrared. Each wavelength has different properties and potential benefits. Near-infrared is absorbed closer to the skin's surface and can help with skin health. Mid-infrared can penetrate deeper into the body, promoting circulation and muscle relaxation. Far-infrared can penetrate the deepest, aiding in detoxification and providing pain relief.
HOW IT WORKS
1. Purchase an individual session or a package.
2. Book your appointment via call, text, email, or in person.
3. Show up.
4. Sweat it out.
Prior to your arrival you'll be asked to pick your sweat session. We have a variety of programs that target different health concerns, please see below for more information.
Individual Sauna Sessions: $40
People use infrared saunas for various reasons due to the potential health benefits they offer, which include:
Relaxation and stress relief: Infrared saunas create a soothing and calming environment, promoting relaxation and helping to reduce stress levels. The gentle heat and the overall sauna experience can provide a tranquil space for unwinding and rejuvenation.
Detoxification: Sweating is a natural process that helps eliminate toxins from the body. Infrared saunas induce a deep, penetrating sweat, which may aid in detoxification by flushing out impurities through the skin. This can support overall well-being and assist in cleansing the body.
Improved circulation: The heat generated by infrared saunas can help dilate blood vessels, leading to increased blood circulation. Enhanced circulation can promote the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to various parts of the body, aiding in muscle recovery and tissue repair.
Pain relief and muscle recovery: Infrared heat has the potential to penetrate deep into tissues, promoting muscle relaxation and providing relief from pain and stiffness. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals with muscle soreness, joint pain, or conditions like arthritis.
Skin health: The radiant heat of infrared saunas can have positive effects on the skin. It may help improve complexion, reduce the appearance of blemishes, and support overall skin health by promoting circulation and assisting in the removal of toxins.
Weight management: While an infrared sauna is not a substitute for exercise or a healthy diet, it can be a complementary component of a weight management regimen. The increased heart rate and sweating during a sauna session may contribute to burning calories and potentially support weight loss efforts.
Improved sleep: Regular use of an infrared sauna, particularly before bedtime, can aid in improving sleep quality. The relaxation induced by sauna sessions, coupled with the potential benefits to circulation and stress reduction, can promote a more restful and rejuvenating sleep.
It's important to note that while many people find infrared saunas beneficial, individual experiences and results may vary. If you have any underlying health conditions or concerns, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before incorporating sauna use into your routine.