Infrared Sauna Therapy

Discover the “hottest” new therapy everyone is talking about!

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How Do Infrared Saunas Work?

Infrared saunas are designed to activate longevity processes known as hormesis, the body’s adaptive response to moderate stressors and enhance its resiliency. The higher temperature “heat shock” stimulus of the sauna is just enough to promote an exercise-like response without being destructive to the cell. As a result, the body is forced to adapt, leading to improved cardiovascular health, stabilized mood and supported immune function.

Why Should I Use An Infrared Sauna?

Cardiovascular Health

Saunas mimic the effects of cardiovascular exercise by increasing heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate. This mild stress forces the body to positively adapt.

Anti-Depressant Effects

Brain Performance, Increased Endurance, Muscle Growth, Increased Blood Flow, Blood Vessel Health.

Enhance Detoxification

Skin Conditions (psoriasis, eczema, etc), Collagen Production, Weight Loss, Detoxification.

What the experts are saying about Infrared Saunas.

Who can benefit from Infrared Saunas?

Health Recovery

Heavy Metal Detox, Auto-Immune Conditions, Depression/Anxiety, Low Back Pain, High Blood Pressure, Endothelial Dysfunction, Chronic Fatigue.


The hyperthermic effects of saunas reduce levels of cortisol, promote the release of endorphins, and reduce chronic fatigue.


Sweating is one of 4 ways we eliminate toxins from the body.

Frequently Asked Questions on Infrared Sauna

Infrared sauna usage (or adaptation to heat stress has been shown to increase endurance in athletes, prevent atrophy during muscle disuse, improve insulin sensitivity, increase the growth of new brain cells (neurogenesis), improve learning and memory, and finally…longevity.

Obviously with all the sweating, you want to make sure to rehydrate! Please come to each session well-hydrated, not hungover or after drinking alcohol. Drinking water is not available in the sauna room. Please only use glass or stainless steel bottles in the sauna; plastic bottles are not permitted in the sauna.

We recommend working your way up to 30- to 40-minutes. You will have the room for 50 minutes total, giving you enough time to freshen up and change upon completion.
Your sweating and detoxification continues after you get out of the sauna for about 30- to 60-minutes afterwards, so it is not recommended that you shower right afterwards as it will shorten the benefits of the detoxification process.
The heat-stress of saunas act as an exercise-mimetic. In other words, when the body is introduced to a stressor, it will do what it necessary to meet the demand and return the body to baseline (I.e. increased heart rate, breath rate, sweating, etc.). This response is very similar to aerobic exercise (jogging, brisk walking, etc) and has similar cardiovascular benefits.


It is not meant to be a substitute for aerobic exercise, however saunas can be a great supplement. In fact due to the exercise-like effect, the body will release growth hormone to attenuate the stressor – resulting in shorter recovery times.


The largest study ever performed on saunas was published a couple years ago, demonstrating a reduction in all-cause mortality (meaning sauna participants were less likely to die of natural causes earlier in life).


In summary, we understand heat-stress is a powerful way to “hack” your body’s recovery mechanisms.

Undress to your comfort level, as the sauna room is private during your session. Typically most people wear bathing suits and/or moisture-wicking clothing. 

Infrared Sauna use is not recommended for people who are pregnant, children under 12, those who cannot handle temperature extremes, those with hemophilia, fever, insensitivity to heat, and those under the influence of alcohol or who abuse alcohol.