Infrared Sauna

Infrared Sauna


In the infrared sauna the deep heat helps blood vessels dilate, brining relief and healing to muscle and soft tissue injuries. Radiant heat is a form of energy that heats objects directly, without heating the air in between. This is also called “infrared heat” (never to be confused with ultraviolet light). Infrared heaters are used by hospitals to warm premature infants. Safety first. In Europe, radiant heat therapy is widely used to treat patients suffering from many forms of arthritis. In addition, far infrared therapy in Japan has been effective for relief of pain associated with backache, bursitis, fibromyalgia, headache, sprains, strains, and many other muscular-skeletal ailments. Much of the stiffness and soreness that comes with aging is reduced or eliminated in the infrared saunas.



Heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate increase to improve our overall cardiovascular fitness. You can burn 600 or more calories in just one 30-minute session. You lose weight – not just water. Since an infrared sauna helps generate two to three times more sweat than what is produced in a conventional hot-air sauna, the implications for increased caloric consumption are quite impressive!


Take the detoxifying load off your liver and kidneys by the direct elimination of toxins through the skin. Two to three times more sweat is produced in the far infrared sauna than is possible in conventional hot air saunas. Greater detoxification of heavy metals is achieved, including: lead, mercury, aluminum, cadmium, and fat-soluble toxins.