Why Use An Infrared Sauna?
Saunas can quickly and effectively help you get back to feeling amazing again. Sauna therapy has been around for centuries as a way to detoxify your body, but did you know that full spectrum infrared saunas can go even further by heating up your body’s core to a cellular level, where most toxins are stored?
Infrared’s deep penetrating heat is what most effectively stimulates metabolic activity, which in turn triggers the release of stored toxins through sweat, as well as through the liver and kidneys.
INFRARED SAUNA FAQ
+Why is infrared sauna better than a traditional sauna?
+How does an infrared sauna work?
+Is infrared heat safe?
Who shouldn't use infrared sauna?
There are some conditions that may be adversely affected by the use of an Infrared Sauna. If you have any of the following conditions, please consult with your physician before use. Adrenal suppression, SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematous), Multiple Sclerosis, Hyperthyroidism, Hemophilia, acute joint injuries, enclosed infections (dental, joints, tissue), artificial joints, metal pins, or any other implants, or during menstrual cycle. Also, check with your physician or pharmacist for any possible effects that infrared radiation may have on how the drug interacts with the body. If, at any point during your session in the Infrared Sauna you stop sweating, your skin becomes clammy, you feel weak, tired or nauseous, leave the sauna immediately.
Is there a shower?
There is not a shower dedicated for the sauna, which makes floating after your sauna a perfect combination.
+How long is a session?
The sauna is a full 30 minutes and you'll have a few minutes to change before and after.
+How many people fit in the sauna?
The sauna is the same price for one session and it fits two people.