Benefits of Infrared Sauna
According to the Cleveland Clinic:
- Improved heart health. Within minutes of sitting in an infrared sauna, your body’s natural response begins
- Soothing sore muscles
- Pain relief
- Fighting off illness
How To Enjoy The Sauna
So, you want to give an infrared sauna a try? Dr. Young from the Cleveland Clinic offers these recommendations:
- Start low and slow. Dial down the temperature and keep your sessions short when you begin using an infrared sauna. “Start at something like 110 degrees for five to 10 minutes,” says Dr. Young. “See how you feel, then build from there.”
- Max time. Even if you’re an experienced sauna user, keep sessions below 30 minutes to avoid putting too much stress on your body. It’s best to limit visits to three to four times a week, too.
- Stay hydrated. The sweat that pours out during a sauna session can leave your body’s fluid levels low. “Bring water in with you,” advises Dr. Young. Sports drinks with electrolytes may also be a good option. (Side note: Avoid mixing alcohol with sauna use.)
- Rinse off afterward. A shower after your sauna will wash off any toxins you sweated out before they can be reabsorbed through your skin.
If you suddenly feel dizzy or nauseated, get out of the sauna immediately. Avoid using the sauna if you are pregnant, males trying to conceive, have multiple sclerosis, or are sick with acute cold or flu like symptoms.
Sauna Plus Floating
Many people enjoy the benefits of our infrared sauna in combination with a float. We recommend to please use the sauna first, then shower, then float. This keeps the high salt content from the tank out of our sauna.
60 minute Sauna $69
THREE 60 minute Saunas $185 (10% discount)
FIVE 60 minute Saunas $290 (15% discount)
TEN 60 minute Saunas $550 (20% discount)
Packages can be shared by up to 3 people