Why Infrared Saunas?
Infrared Saunas: What They Do and 6 Health Benefits
Infrared saunas offer 6 key health benefits. They use infrared light to create heat, which can penetrate deeper into the body compared to traditional saunas. Below are 6 benefits of our state of the art infrared saunas at our studio:
Infrared saunas induce sweating, which is a natural process that helps eliminate toxins from the body. Sweating in an infrared sauna can potentially assist in the removal of heavy metals, such as mercury and lead, through the pores of the skin.
The heat from infrared saunas helps relax muscles, alleviate tension, and reduce inflammation. This can provide temporary relief from various types of pain, including muscle soreness, joint discomfort, and certain inflammatory conditions.
Infrared saunas generate heat that can increase the body's core temperature and stimulate sweating. This can lead to increased calorie burning, similar to the effects of a cardiovascular workout, which may contribute to weight loss efforts.
Infrared saunas can stimulate the body's natural healing processes, resulting in increased energy levels. The deep heat penetrates tissues, potentially improving cellular function and metabolism, which may contribute to a boost in energy.
The heat and calming environment of infrared saunas promote relaxation and help reduce stress. This relaxation response can lead to decreased muscle tension, improved mood, and an overall sense of well-being.
The heat from infrared saunas causes blood vessels to dilate, leading to improved circulation throughout the body, including the skin. This enhanced blood flow can promote a healthier complexion, improved skin tone, and potentially aid in the cleansing of pores.
What Sauna Fits Your Lifestyle?
We offer state of the art infrared saunas at our studio. There is an abundance of health benefits that occur with just one visit inside one of these little power-houses. If you plan on plan on attending saunas 2 or more times per week, our unlimited monthly sauna membership option is the most cost effective. What sauna is best for you and your lifestyle?