Detox, restore + relax
Infrared Sauna Therapy
Physical Benefits – Increase blood circulation / Releases built up toxins / Calms the nervous system / Relieves muscle tension and joint pain / Increases metabolism / Aids muscle recovery / Immune system support / Helps with skin conditions
Mental/Emotional Benefits – Reduces stress and anxiety / Enhances mood / Reduces fatigue / Promotes emotional well-being and mindfulness / Digital detox / Calms body and mind / Improves sleep
What to expect from an infrared sauna session
Our private infrared sauna is located on
Level Two of our wellness studio.
Prior to your arrival the sauna will be preheated to 55 degrees celsius for a session duration of 40 minutes.
We recommend you enter the sauna with minimal garments (ie. swimwear or cotton underwear). For hygiene purposes, we ask that you sit on the provided seat towel for the duration of your session.
Please bring water and a large clean towel for you to use.
Relaxation music will be played during your session, through the internal speakers. The sauna has also been fitted with light therapy and we encourage you to experiment with the different colours during your session.
For maximum sweat we recommend a sauna session of 55 degrees celsius, however if it gets too hot or you need to take a break, you are welcome to lower the temperature to anywhere between 45-55 degrees celsius. Sitting upright is recommended for maximum exposure to the infrared.
You are able to enter and exit the sauna as many times as you like during the session.
We invite you to relax, unwind and cleanse your mind and body.
infrared Sauna Use
As your body is already depleted after a workout, it’s advised to keep your sauna session short post-workout. Plan to stay in the sauna no longer than 20 minutes to avoid over-exerting your body.
If you have never used a sauna before or are new to the practice, start with smaller intervals of time. Your body will tell you if you’re spending too long in the sauna post-workout.
Look out for signs such as light-headedness, dizziness, and headaches, as they might be signs that you are dehydrated or overheating.
After exiting the sauna, drink 2 to 4 glasses of water to stay hydrated and help flush toxins from your body, as you’ll be sweating quite a bit. Once you leave the studio, continue to keep activity light. Mild exercise like walking can increase blood circulation to your muscles to aid recovery, but more activity can disrupt the recovery process. At the end of the day, to reap all the benefits of sauna after a workout, be sure to get plenty of rest and stay hydrated!
- Do not plan your sauna session within 24 hours of excessive alcohol consumption, as this can increase your chance of dehydration.
- Hydration is key, be sure to drink plenty of water before, during and after your sauna session.
- Embrace the digital detox while you enjoy the benefits of Infrared Sauna, by unwinding to our relaxing music.
- If you have any medical conditions/injuries, we recommend you seek medical advice prior to using our infrared sauna, as it may not be suitable for you.
- Infrared Sauna is NOT suitable during pregnancy.
If you have any questions regarding Infrared Sauna, Contact Us.
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