- Elimination of harmful toxins
- Improved liver and kidney function
- Boosted immune system
Pain Relief and Muscle Recovery
- Reduced inflammation and joint pain
- Accelerated healing
Stress Reduction and Mental Well-being
- Lowered cortisol levels
- Improved sleep quality
- Enhanced mood and relaxation
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Sauna Therapy?
Historically saunas have been used for detoxification for centuries in a variety of cultures.
- Aboriginal and Native American sweat lodges
- Mexican and Guatemalan temazcals
- European steam rooms
Sauna Therapy has long been recommended by practitioners in alternative health circles because of its known power to remove heavy metals and other environmental toxicants, including mold, plastics, and other chemicals that have become part of modern life.
Sauna therapy has also been part of many drug rehabilitation programs because of its known help in the detoxification process for certain
drugs as well.
Today’s clients want to make sure they’re doing all they can to feel good and live as healthy as possible. Heat and sweat alone have been known to be beneficial for a long time. Today’s infrared saunas offer even more benefits to feel good about.
Traditional vs Infrared Sauna
Traditional saunas use a heat source to heat the air, and often include steam to create humidity as well. Fire and hot rocks were common sources of heat; modern saunas use a heater or steam generator to create the temperature increase.
Traditional saunas heat the air to a point that initiates the body’s natural cooling process. This means blood comes to the surface of the skin and opens the pores. Infrared saunas emit lightwaves that penetrate the body to stimulate the health benefits from within at a cellular level.
By contrast, infrared sauna heat works to heat the body directly by emitting wavelengths of light that you immediately absorb. No steam is produced in this case. This results in deeper heat penetration throughout the body and maximization of positive effects – and a much more comfortable setting where you don’t feel like you’re suffocating. Traditional saunas rely on humidity to heat up the room around you, infrared saunas heat your body directly by emitting wavelengths of light that you immediately absorb. Localized heat sent right to the source means tolerable temperatures and a quicker, deeper sweat.