Far infrared is a form of light that penetrates 1.5” into the body inducing 2-3 times more perspiration than conventional saunas, expelling toxins and heavy metals and relieving pain while the surrounding air stays at a comfortable temperature.
Far infrared saunas have been very effective in lowering one's toxic load of chemicals and heavy metals. They have also been very effective for relieving pain of arthritis, fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions.
You can be exposed to Far-Infrared heat for hours and it will never cause your skin to burn. Far-Infrared heat is completely healthy and safe for all living things. In fact, it is so safe that it is used in the hospitals to warm newborn infants.
With the purchase of any service $20
Single 45 min session $ 40
Three 45 min sessions $ 111 ($37/session
Five 45 min sessions $175 ($35/session)
Ten 45 min sessions. $300 ($30/session)
What do I need to know before I come for my appointment?
Please avoid eating just before your session, as your body cannot sweat and digest food at the same time.
We will provide towels to use during and after the session, as this is usually sufficient enough. If you prefer to use the shower, it will be available for an extra charge of $5.
What to bring: your bathing suit or an extra pair of undergarments; your favourite book or magazine; a bottle of water (if you forget to bring yours, we will provide bottled water for you to drink during your session)
Drinking an electrolyte-replacing water or a sports drink is strongly recommended before and after use.
What are the benefits of the infrared heat sauna?
Removes accumulated toxins and heavy metals
Relieves chronic fatigue
Helps to heal injuries and reduces joint stiffness
Arthritis and fibromyalgia pain relief
Relaxes muscles and reduces back pain
Helps with weight loss (burns 600 calories in 30 min)
Who cannot use the infrared sauna?
If any of the below apply to you, please consult your physician prior to sauna use:
women undergoing menstruation
people wearing implants
people prone to bleeding, having a fever or insensitivity to heat
people under the influence of alcohol or drugs
people suffering from chronic conditions associated with reduced ability to perspire
people using prescription drugs that induce drowsiness
people with cardiovascular issues or diabetes