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Far Infrared Sauna

A far infrared sauna is different than a conventional sauna because the far infrared wavelengths directly penetrate your body and do not heat up the air to the same degree by convection as in a conventional sauna. The beneficial effects of a far infrared sauna are produced at a much lower temperature, usually in the range of 115-150 ºF (46-65ºC) while the temperature range in a conventional sauna is usually between 180-200 ºF.

The carbon fiber heaters provide a much larger surface area of the heater close to the body and more consistent heating versus ceramic heaters. The lower surface temperature of the carbon fiber heaters is also more comfortable and has the benefit of increasing the micron wavelength into the beneficial far infrared range.

Benefits
​Below are a few benefits to consider:

  • Improved Heart Health

  • Soothed Sore Muscle

  • Improved Sleep

  • Relaxation

  • Detoxification

Contraindications
​Below are a few contraindications to consider:

  • Pregnancy

  • Heart Conditions

  • Prone to Dehydration

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Nerve | Motor Function Conditions

  • Weak | Compromised Immune System

Check with your doctor before scheduling an appointment

About the Session
​Below are a few things to consider:

​Before Arrival:

  • Hydrate with water and/or electrolytes

  • Dress comfortably

During the Session:

  • Enter at 110 degrees, allow to climb to 135 degrees

  • Session Length is 25 minutes

  • Open ceiling vent as desired

  • Exit early as desired 

After the Session:

  • Hydrate with water and/or electrolytes

  • Rinse off

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