Relax, rejuvenate, and restore with infrared saunas.
Schedule your first infrared sauna session today and enjoy a therapeutic experience.
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What to know before your sauna session
Schedule your sauna appointment online
We recommend bringing at least 1 bottle of water
When you arrive, please check in at the front desk
New to Sauna Therapy?
Here's what you should know
How to prepare
Book your spot in advance. Our sauna is very popular and has limited capacity, so please reserve your session online or by phone as soon as possible.
Wear light and comfy clothes. You will sweat a lot in the sauna, so choose loose-fitting cotton garments that are easy to change. We also provide towels and robes for your convenience.
Stay hydrated. Drinking water is essential for your health and well-being, especially in the sauna. Bring a bottle of water with you or buy a refreshing beverage from our lobby.
Enjoy some entertainment. You can bring a book, a magazine, or a music player to keep you entertained in the sauna. Just make sure you use headphones and avoid using your cell phone, as it can overheat and damage your device.
Tie up your hair. If you have long hair, you may want to use a headband or a hair tie to keep it away from your face and neck. This will help you stay cool and comfortable in the sauna.
How long should I stay in the sauna?
Start with shorter sessions. If you are new to saunas, we recommend staying for 10-15 minutes at a time. Be sure to listen to your body and stop if you feel dizzy, nauseous, or uncomfortable.
Cool down quickly. If you need to lower the temperature of your sauna, simply open the door and let the fresh air in. You can also step out of the sauna and take a shower or drink some water to cool down.
Adjust your time as needed. Some days you may feel like staying longer in the sauna, other days you may not. Always listen to your own body rather than a fixed suggestion. However, do not exceed the maximum time of 45 minutes per session, as this can cause dehydration and overheating. We also ask that you respect the time limit, as we need to clean, sanitize, and prepare the sauna for the next guest.
Consult your doctor. Before starting any new regimen, please always consult your physician. Saunas are generally safe for most people, but they may not be suitable for those with certain health conditions or medications. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor before using the sauna.
Your first sauna session
Check-in at the front desk. Let us know that you have arrived for your appointment and we will take care of the rest.
Follow your concierge to the spa area. Our friendly staff will guide you to our cozy and relaxing spa area, where your sauna will be waiting for you, warm and inviting.
Use our towels as you wish. We provide soft and clean towels for your convenience. You can use them to dry off, cover-up, or sit on during your session.
Adjust the heat to your liking. You can find the heat control both on the outside and inside of your sauna. You can set it to your preferred temperature and change it anytime during your session.
Dress or undress as you feel comfortable. Your sauna is a private and secure space, where you can enjoy your session in any way you want. Your sauna has tinted glass and a privacy curtain, so you don’t have to worry about anyone seeing you.
After your sauna session
Take it slow. Don’t rush out of the sauna or the spa area. Give yourself some time to cool down and adjust to the normal temperature. You may feel lightheaded or dizzy after the sauna, so be careful when standing up or walking.
Hydrate. You have lost a lot of fluids and electrolytes in the sauna, so it is important to replenish them. Drink plenty of water or a sports drink to rehydrate yourself and prevent dehydration. Avoid alcohol or caffeine.
Put your towels in the laundry bin. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping our spa area clean and tidy. Please put your used towels in the designated laundry bin before you leave. This will help us sanitize and prepare the sauna for the next guest.
Shower if you want. You can use our shower facilities, which have shampoo, conditioner, soap, and a hair dryer.
Why Infrared Saunas?
Infrared saunas offer 6 key 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.