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The Benefits of Infrared Saunas: Relax, Detoxify, and Improve Your Health

Infrared saunas have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their many health benefits. Unlike traditional saunas, which heat the air around you, infrared saunas use infrared lamps to warm your body directly. This makes for a more comfortable and less intense experience while still providing all the benefits of a traditional sauna. Here are some of the many benefits of infrared saunas:


Relaxation and Stress Relief

One of the most well-known benefits of infrared saunas is relaxation and stress relief. Spending time in a sauna can help your body relax and release tension, promoting a feeling of calmness and well-being. This can be especially beneficial for people who are dealing with high levels of stress or anxiety. In fact, some studies have shown that regular sauna use can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Another benefit of infrared saunas is detoxification.
Sweating is one of the body's natural ways of getting rid of toxins, and saunas can help you sweat more effectively. Infrared saunas are particularly good at this, as they can penetrate deeper into your skin than traditional saunas. This means that you can sweat out more toxins, including heavy metals like lead and mercury.

Improved Cardiovascular
Health Infrared saunas have also been shown to improve cardiovascular health. When you're in a sauna, your heart rate increases, which can help improve circulation and lower blood pressure. Some studies have even found that regular sauna use can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Pain Relief
Infrared saunas have also been shown to provide pain relief for a variety of conditions. This is because the heat from the sauna can help increase blood flow to the affected area, which can promote healing and reduce inflammation. Saunas have been used to treat conditions like arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Weight Loss
Infrared saunas can also help with weight loss. When you're in a sauna, your body temperature increases, which can lead to increased metabolism and calorie burning. Some studies have found that regular sauna use can lead to significant weight loss over time.

Improved Skin
Health Finally, infrared saunas can also improve your skin health. The heat from the sauna can help increase blood flow to your skin, which can promote healing and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Saunas have also been shown to help with conditions like acne and psoriasis.


Infrared is 100% safe rays of light - healing heat. Infrared rays work deep into the skin, muscles & joints and dissolve harmful substances accumulated in the body. Unlike traditional saunas, infrared saunas heat the body directly resulting in deeper tissue penetration and a more comfortable temperature, resulting in a longer, more manageable session. 

When the energy from infrared heat enters the body, it causes core temperature to rise leading to a full body detox. This warming effect on the body stimulates your cardiovascular system, immune system & lymphatic system giving endless health benefits with regular use. 


Enhance your infrared sauna experience with coloured light therapy. Light therapy is used for specific ailments within the body as well as for mood and allowing energy flow to certain chakras. It has been valued throughout history as a remarkable source of healing for a range of conditions, from chronic pain and depression to skin conditions and immune disorders.   

Session Times - vary from 30 minutes to 45 minutes

Taster session can be added on to any treatment - 15 minutes 

Overall, there are many benefits to using an infrared sauna. Whether you're looking to relax and destress, detoxify your body, or improve your overall health, spending time in an infrared sauna can be a great way to achieve your goals.


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