INFRARED SAUNA

What is Infrared Sauna therapy?

Sauna | Finnish

a room or small building, often with wooden walls, that is heated to a high temperature and in which people sit for their health and well-being.

 

Infrared

a wavelength just greater than that of the red end of the visible light spectrum.

 

An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses infrared light to generate heat.

Landscape photo of infrared sauna chamber, storage shelf and seating.

Benefits of Regular Infrared Sauna Therapy

Pain Relief & Reduced Inflammation

Quicker Injury Recovery

Immune System Boost

Improved sleep

Detoxification

Relaxation & Stress Reduction

Improved cardiovascular health and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease

Reduced risk of neurodegenerative disorders

Traditional vs Infrared Saunas

TRADITIONAL SAUNA

Temperatures: around 200 degrees Fahrenheit or more

 

Heat is generated externally by the ambient air temperature

 

A “wet” sauna – heat is created from hot coals and pouring water on them to create humidity and raise the ambient temperature.

Photo of traditional wooden sauna with hot coals and steam

INFRARED SAUNA

Temperatures: around 140-150 degrees Fahrenheit

 

Heat is generated by the body directly due to infrared light

 

A “dry” sauna – heat is more internal due to the infrared panels

 

Photo of red light against wooden walls of a sauna

Pricing

Single sauna session: $40 per session

Bring a friend! Sauna for two: $70 per session ($35 per person)

Packages

5 visit package: $175 ($35 per session)

10 visit package: $299 ($30 per session)

Memberships

BASIC MEMBERSHIP

Four (4) infrared sauna sessions*

20% off additional sauna sessions (include sessions for two)

*sessions do not rollover, single person sessions only

$125 / month

UNLIMITED MEMBERSHIP

Unlimited infraredsauna sessions*

20% off sauna sessions for two

*limit 1 per day, single person sessions only

$199 / month

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