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Radiant Relaxation: Discover the Benefits of Infrared Sauna

Radiant Relaxation: Discover the Benefits of Infrared Sauna

Amplify your relaxation with infrared sauna sessions. Experience a synergy of benefits when paired with our signature massage and floats.

Amplify your relaxation with infrared sauna sessions. Experience a synergy of benefits when paired with our signature massage and floats.

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What’s an Infrared Sauna?

Infrared heat therapy uses infrared light to heat the body directly rather than just the air. Similar to sunbathing, it gives you the radiant heat that is all your own. The heat penetrates your skin, giving you that wonderful natural warmth. Unlike sunbathing, infrared heat therapy is completely healthy and safe. You can relax in an infrared sauna and it will never cause your skin to burn. All sessions are one hour in length.

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

~ heat up, sweat it all out 

Mental

Benefits Of Infrared Sauna For The Mind

  • Relaxation: Maintains healthy cortisol for a calm mind.
  • Mood Boost: Sauna warmth alleviates stress and anxiety.
  • Improved Focus: Enhances mental clarity and concentration.

Physical

Benefits Of Infrared Sauna For The Body

  • Detoxification: 7-10x more effective than traditional saunas.
  • Weight Loss: Burn 200-600 calories in 30 minutes.
  • Pain Relief: Proven benefits for body pain alleviation.
  • Wound Healing: Faster recovery with minimal scarring.
  • Cell Health: Boosted circulation oxygenates cells.

Spirit

Benefits Of Infrared Sauna For The Spirit

  • Holistic Wellness: Connects physical benefits to the soul.
  • Mindful Retreat: Sauna offers space for inner peace.
  • Elevated Energy: Invigorates spirit and raises vitality.

Pair your sauna with a float or massage for greater benefits and relaxation

Pairing infrared sauna with float therapy intensifies relaxation, deepens detoxification, and boosts circulation, preparing the body for an even more profound floating experience. When you combine infrared sauna with massage, it not only enhances detox benefits but also warms the muscles, making them exceptionally receptive to massage techniques.

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~ preparing for the sauna 

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between an infrared sauna and a traditional sauna?

Traditional saunas use heat to warm the air, which in turn warms your body. Infrared saunas use infrared light waves to directly heat your body, providing a more efficient and deeper penetration without heating the surrounding air.

What should I wear in the infrared sauna?

You can wear a swimsuit or light, breathable clothing. However, many guests prefer to use the sauna in the nude, wrapped in a towel, to maximize direct skin exposure to the infrared heat.

How often should I use the infrared sauna for optimal benefits?

It varies based on individual preferences and goals. Some guests benefit from daily sessions, while others find 2-3 times a week sufficient. Regular sessions can maximize benefits like detoxification, relaxation, and muscle relief.

Is it better to do a sauna session before or after a float?

It’s generally recommended to have a sauna session before floating. The heat from the sauna can help relax your muscles and open your pores, enhancing the detoxifying benefits of the float session. However, this is completely up to your preference. Always ensure to shower between the sauna and the float to rinse off sweat and maximize the float experience.

Is it better to do a sauna session before or after a massage?

Using the sauna before a massage can be beneficial as the heat prepares and loosens the muscles, making them more receptive to the massage techniques. However, some people prefer the relaxing heat of the sauna after a massage as a way to extend relaxation. It’s mostly a matter of personal preference, but starting with the sauna can optimize the benefits of the subsequent massage.

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West Chester, Ohio

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West Chester, OH 45069

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