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Our Infrared Sauna

Sweat w/ Us!

The primary difference between infrared saunas and traditional saunas is how they produce and use heat. Traditional saunas work by heating the air around you, whereas our full-spectrum infrared saunas use advanced light therapy to promote heat generation from within the body, resulting in a deeper sweat and at a lower temperature.

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Benefits: Sweat w/ Intention

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RELAX YOUR MIND

  • MELTS AWAY STRESS

  • CALMS NERVOUS SYSTEM

  • ZEN SETTING

Infrared sauna therapy helps you relax while getting an invigorating deep tissue sweat, leaving you fully refreshed, rejuvenated & renewed.

Unlike traditional saunas, infrared saunas provide a gentle, soothing therapeutic heat that promotes relaxation & improved sleep.

DETOX YOUR BODY

  • RELEASES MORE TOXINS

  • STIMULATES SWEAT GLANDS

  • LEAVES YOU FEELING REFRESHED

Unlike other detoxification methods, IR heat therapy is safe, effective and will leave  your body feeling rejuvenated.

How?

Infrared sauna heat increases your blood circulation to help stimulate the sweat glands, releasing built up toxins in the body which can then be eliminated by the liver and bowel. Regular infrared sauna sessions can help detoxify your body as it rids itself of accumulated highly toxic metals such as lead, mercury, nickel, alcohol, nicotine, sulfuric acid, and other organic and inorganic compounds.

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RECOVER FASTER

  • REDUCE INFLAMMATION

  • RELIEVE TENSION & PAIN

  • IMPROVE CIRCULATION

An infrared sauna session could be the safe, easy pain therapy that finally gives you relief.

The deep heat that occurs during an infrared sauna session helps peripheral blood vessels dilate, bringing relief and healing to muscle and soft tissue injuries. Increased blood circulation carries off metabolic waste products and delivers oxygen-rich blood to oxygen-depleted muscle, so they regenerate faster.

The heat from the sauna also helps to reduce inflammation,  muscles relax, and help increase flexibility + range of motion.

Infrared heat helps to relieve muscle tension and thereby helping your body to make the most of its intended healing abilities, helping you recover from the stresses of everyday life and tough workouts. 

BURN CALORIES

  • SUPPORT METABOLISM

  • BURN UP TO 400 CALORIES

  • NOT JUST WATER WEIGHT

Yes, you will lose water weight in a session, but you’ll burn additional calories  at rest which can help support weight loss.

When exposed to heat stress, the body uses energy to initiate a sweat response and regulate its core temperature.
As you relax in the gentle infrared heat, your body is hard at work producing sweat, pumping blood, and working to regulate your body temperature – and this translates to burning calories during and after your sauna session. When included in a well rounded wellness routine of nutrition, sleep and exercise, expending calories from infrared sauna sessions may help you manage your weight.

Chromotherapy

Chromotherapy (different color lights), also called Color Therapy, is a holistic health tool that may alter your mood. Multi-light therapy is available as part of our sauna experience to help members create a relaxing environment customized to their preferences with the touch of a button.  *Hover over a box below to find out more about the colors we offer*

CLARITY

Blue helps you find your center with higher mental activities, includes anti-infection properties.

OPTIMISM

Bask in the radiance of yellow to enhance mental activity and improve digestion.

BALANCE

Green alleviates stress, benefits bones, joints, and eyes, and reduces inflammation.

CALM

Red excites your mind, stimulates your blood pressure and energizes your breathing.

INSPIRATION

Purple stimulates creativity, reduces anxiety, has lymphatic benefits, and neutralizes toxins.

OPENNESS

Turquoise relaxes your thoughts, improves the immune system, and promotes healthy skin.

HARMONY

White (incorporating ALL colors), stimulates serotonin, relaxation, & optimal rest.

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