Infrared Sauna Benefits

An infrared sauna triggers vasodilation – our blood vessels relax and widen. Vasodilation triggers a cascade of physiological responses:

Decreases blood pressure

Increases blood circulation


Boosts immune function

Increases muscle flexibility

Increases nutrient delivery

Decreases swelling, inflammation and pain

Delivers more oxygenated blood through your system.

Allows for more efficient waste and toxicant removal

Accelerates healing and your metabolism

In an infrared sauna, our bodies automatically exit sympathetic mode (fight or flight) and enter parasympathetic mode (rest and digest). The parasympathetic nervous system helps produce a state of equilibrium in our bodies. Everything relaxes, gets more flexible. You don’t have to force yourself to relax; it happens automatically.

Let your body be your guide! Pay attention to your body and you will feel when you’re ready to end your sauna session. Infrared itself is quite safe. (For example, infrared is used to keep food warm and to gently heat premature babies in incubators.) If you ever don’t feel good in an infrared sauna, just get out.

Start with shorter sessions . If it feels enjoyable, increase sauna session times. People with a heavy toxicant body burden – whether from disease, such as Lyme disease, internal bacteria or absorbed environmental pollutants – might have to start with shorter sessions.

When the body releases toxins more quickly into the system than the organs can eliminate them, people can experience flu-like symptoms or nausea, this is called the Herxheimer Reaction.

The Herxheimer Reaction can happen when the body is able to release dying bacteria, endotoxins or toxicants the body has absorbed and is a response to those toxins being mobilized or dying off in our bodies and eliminated.

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  • Boosts circulation for faster recovery
  • Reduces inflammation and muscle soreness
  • Enhances energy levels and invigorates the body
  • Improves joint mobility and flexibility
  • Strengthens the immune system response
  • Promotes detoxification and skin health
  • Heightens mental clarity and focus
  • Revitalizes after intense workouts or long days
  • Offers a refreshing experience for body and mind

Walk-ins warmly welcomed! Whether you’re planning ahead or simply passing by, come on in and discover a world of wellness awaits you. No appointment needed—just step right in and let the rejuvenation begin!

Summary of Benefits

An infrared sauna can offer users a variety of health benefits. These include improved circulation, detoxifying toxins and heavy metals, potentially reduced inflammation, alleviating muscle and joint pain, improved skin complexion, and improved immune system functioning. Additionally, studies suggest that using an infrared sauna may reduce stress levels.

Since the numerous benefits are far-reaching, many may wonder if infrared saunas are FSA-eligible. The answer is yes; infrared saunas qualify as Section 213(d) preventive care expenses for FSAs and HSAs so long as the purchase is for medical use by you or your dependents (if any). It means qualified expenses associated with an infrared sauna may be tax deductible through a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA), or another IRS-approved medical plan. However, it’s important to note that each project will have a list of approved products and services; it’s best to check with your employer to find out what your plan covers.

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  • Stay well hydrated. Drink liquids prior to and after your session.
  • Don’t let yourself get overheated.
  • Taking a shower or bath before a sauna session tends to increase perspiration as bathing opens the pores.
  • Limit food intake an hour before your sauna session. Your body will be able to detox more effectively because it will not be using that energy for digestion.
  • Towel off during your session. This will help the body perspire more freely.
  • To relieve sore and tight muscles, massage those areas for faster healing and effectiveness.
  • Oil and lotions tend to decrease perspiration by blocking pores. Apply these after your session for best results.
  • Some minerals can be lost in perspiration. Eating a sensible diet including fruits and green leafy vegetables will replace these. Supplements can also be taken to replenish minerals.
  • At the first sign of cold or flu, increasing your sauna sessions may be beneficial in boosting your immune system and decreasing the reproductive rate of the viruses.
  • Consult your physician before use if you have any medical conditions.
  • As you become more heat conditioned *, you may wish to increase the length of your sauna session. This is especially useful for soft tissue therapy. (Make sure to stay hydrated.)
  • Never sleep inside the sauna while the unit is in full operation.
  • Do not use the sauna following strenuous exercise. Wait at least 15 minutes to allow the body to cool down completely.

Types of Infrared Waves

Infrared saunas use three types of infrared waves: near, mid, and far. Each type of infrared wave has its own unique benefits for the body. Here’s a simple explanation of each type of infrared wave:

Near Infrared (NIR)

Near infrared light therapy uses invisible wavelengths between 700 and 1200 nanometers to deliver energy to cells. NIR penetrates the skin and is absorbed by the body to help with wound healing, muscle recovery, and skin rejuvenation.

Mid Infrared (MIR)

Mid-infrared light penetrates deeper into the body than near infrared, making it excellent for improving blood flow and circulation. MIR can help reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and promote muscle recovery.

Far Infrared (FIR)

Far infrared light has the longest wavelength and can penetrate the body up to three inches, making it ideal for detoxification and relaxation. FIR can help improve cardiovascular health, boost the immune system, and promote weight loss.

Infrared saunas that use all three types of infrared waves are called full-spectrum infrared saunas. These saunas offer a range of health benefits, including pain relief, relaxation, detoxification, and improved skin health.

Customer will receive complimentary towel service (2 free).

The session is 45 minutes but arrive 5 minutes early. The staff will make sure you know how to utilize the TV and give a tour.

The staff sanitizes each suite per use.

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