Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna
Our Clearlight infrared sauna creates a relaxing environment while providing a full spectrum of infrared heat for maximum health benefits. Our toxin free sauna has very low to no electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and low ELF – allowing the body to be surrounded by powerful, clean heat. Infrared saunas focus on the temperature of the body, rather than focusing on the temperature of the surrounding air. This allows the user to warm up with the sauna. As you absorb infrared heat, your core temperature will rise and produce a healthy sweat. This process is full of great health benefits, many of which are described below.
Benefits of Sauna Therapy
15-minute session: $15
30-minute session: $30
45-minute session: $45
60-minute session: $60
2 hour package: $115
4 hour package: $215
6 hour package: $315
Unlimited Monthly Use
(3 months required for unlimited sessions, then cancel anytime!)
$125 per month per user
Want to combine sauna with pemf or hyperbaric oxygen sessions? Check out our package options here!
What to expect in and how to optimize your Infrared Sauna experience.
Preparation is an essential piece to optimize your sauna experience and benefits. Make sure to be properly hydrated and have plenty of electrolytes. Do not put lotions or oils on your skin. This will inhibit your ability to sweat. Towels will be provided, but feel welcome to bring your own towels. We recommend wearing a swimsuit or athletic wear, as you will sweat.
Once you arrive to our facility, a member of our team will guide you to the sauna room. The sauna will be preheated and the team member will provide extra instructions. Once inside the sauna, towel off frequently and lightly massage sore muscles to enhance the experience. Please be courteous to your allotted time.
Once your session is finished, please place your used towels in the hamper and take all your items with you. Increase your water intake throughout the day and replenish your electrolytes.
If you are currently taking medications such as beta blockers, diuretics or barbiturates, which can affect your heart rate or interrupt your body’s natural abilities to sweat, contact your physician prior to use of infrared sauna. If you have been diagnosed with, or suspect any of the following disorders/conditions, please contact your physician prior to use of infrared sauna as it may not be appropriate for you: Adrenal suppression and systematic lupus erythematosus or multiple sclerosis, recent (acute, within 48 hours) joint injury, chronically hot and swollen joints, enclosed infections (either dental, in-joints or any other tissue, breastfeeding, metal pins, rods, artificial joints or any other surgical implant due to the reflection of infrared rays by these articles, hemophiliacs and anyone predisposed to hemorrhage should avoid any type of heating that would induce vasodilatation, which can potentiate the tendency to bleed. Pregnant women are not permitted to use the infrared sauna.