First Time Visit $15


Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna w/ Chromo Light Therapy

1,000 watts of full spectrum infrared

25 times the power of others on the market


The idea behind infrared therapy is to heat your body directly with infrared heat. In a traditional sauna you are just sitting in a hot room, 180-220 degrees. In an infrared sauna, the heat is heating your body directly and 20% of the heat is heating the air. You want to heat your body core, meaning your front core and your back core. Your body absorbs the infrared heat and reacts to it. The infrared heat raises your core body temperature and stimulates your lymphatic system, immune system and your cardiovascular system. Your bodies response to that is to sweat profusely. In addition to the infrared heat triggering a profuse sweat, the water in our body also resonate with far infrared heat and this also helps with the detoxification process.


The main difference between infrared saunas and traditional saunas is how they use heat. Traditional saunas use a single heater that is heating the air and this hot air heats the user.  In contrast, infrared saunas use advanced therapy to promote heat generation in the body with only a small percentage of the heat heating the air. This results in a deeper sweat and at a lower ambient air temperature. In fact, infrared saunas usually operate between 115° – 135°F, while traditional saunas can get up to 195°F.


Infrared heat is completely safe, and all objects give off and receive infrared heat. In fact, it is so safe, hospitals use similar heaters to warm newborns. Infrared is a part of nature and essential for life.

The human body gives off and receives infrared in the far infrared band. When a mother rubs a baby’s stomach to relieve pain, it is the infrared heat from her hand that is causing the healing effect. We have tuned our True Wave™ heaters to give off far infrared in this same range for maximum absorption by your body and for maximum therapeutic benefits.

 Infrared Sauna Benefits



“It has been known for decades that sweating is a wonderful way to get rid of stored chemicals, including heavy metals.  


Ease Joint Pain & Stiffness

Infrared heat temporarily eases joint pain and stiffness.  Increased thermal energy to the joints  promotes a temporary increase in blood flow.  Increased thermal energy reduces stiffness and increases range of motion. 


Weight Loss & Increase Metabolism

Increasing core body heat can increase calorie burn, similar to exercise. Infrared saunas also help with the elimination of toxins that cause fat storage


Boost Immune System

Heating the body from inside can improve the function of the immune system just like fever can. Therefore, regular sauna use can help reduce the incidences of cold and flu, or even help you recover faster.


Muscle Pain Relief

Muscles relax best when tissues are warm for greater flexibility and range of motion. Infrared heat may help relieve muscle tension by increasing the thermal energy in your muscles. 


Better Sleep

You can hack your body’s thermoregulation process by warming your body in an infrared sauna then allowing it to cool down after.  This quick cool-down speeds up the process for your brain to fall asleep.  The end result is a cool body that’s primed for sleep.

Infrared saunas aren't just for the body, they purify the skin keeping it looking healthy and happy.

Sweating allows impurities in the pores to come out. The infrared heat penetrates deeply into the skin to accelerate cellular activity and increase circulation to bring more nutrients to the skin and aid in rejuvenation. Unclogged pores means less breakouts and a smoother, younger-looking complexion. 

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What do I wear in the sauna?

You can wear a bathing suit, a towel or wrap. You will be in a private room alone or with a known partner.

Is there anyone who should not use an Infrared sauna?

Infrared Sauna use is not recommended for people who are:

  • Pregnant
  • Children under 12
  • Those who cannot handle temperature extremes
  • Those with hemophilia
  • If you have a fever
  • Insensitivity to heat
  • Those under the influence of alcohol or who abuse alcohol