INFRARED SAUNA BATHING

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Sessions & Packages: 

Single Sessions:

30 minute Sauna - $30 

45 minute Sauna - $45 

Packages: 

5 (30 minute Sauna sessions) - $135 

5 (45 minute Sauna sessions) - $205 

Monthly Membership:

4 (45 minute Sauna sessions) + for every sauna session booked in the month above your 4 cost will only be $18.00.  *Minimum commitment 3 months.  

What does a Medical Grade Sauna Session do? 

Infrared sauna therapy helps your body release a number of toxins, including heavy metals such as mercury and lead which is so very important to your health journey.  The infrared technology allows you to eliminate approximately 7x more toxins than a typical dry sauna or steam room.

Sauna therapy promotes relaxation via cortisol balancing. It also supports muscle relaxation, muscle recovery, pain relief, and improves circulation.  The heat generated by an infrared sauna can support weight loss as a 30-minute session can burn roughly 600 calories.

 

Infrared saunas also help to purify your skin by eliminating toxins from the pores, increasing circulation and leaving you with clearer, softer, and healthier, glowing skin.  

Our Sauna room features a toxin free, medical grade Infrared Sauna.  Your private room has a built in shower to break up your sauna treatment if you wish with a cold immersion shower. This helps to rinse off toxins coming through the skin.

 

The alternating hot and cold temperatures has been shown to reduce the pain of rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, improve circulation, reduce vasoconstriction and hypertension.  It also improves the body’s antioxidant capabilities, improves immune function and enhances the body’s resistance to respiratory infections. The cold water immersion further reduces recovery time from exercise and training and reduces the effect of exercise induced muscle damage.

The benefits of hyperthermia through sauna are many. There have been a number of studies over the past 20 years showcasing how infrared sauna bathing is beneficial. 

 

Here is a Pub Med article to get you started:  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21951023/