Infrared Sauna Therapy

Infrared Sauna Therapy

An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses infrared heaters instead of traditional steam or hot stones to emit heat. It works by using infrared rays to directly heat your body, rather than heating the surrounding air like a traditional sauna. These infrared rays penetrate the skin and heat the body from within, providing a range of health benefits


Relaxation is an important cornerstone of mental health. Not just on the weekends or at the end of the day, but even on the job. Learn how infrared sauna therapy can aid relaxation.


Sleep is when our body and mind reset, preparing us for the next day. Not getting enough quality sleep can have a critical impact on physical and mental health. Learn how infrared sauna therapy can aid sleep.
Immune Support
With your fast paced life, it’s easy for your body to get run down, which leaves you susceptible to illness. Learn how infrared sauna therapy can support a strong immune system.
Heart and Circulatory Health
A large systematic review looked at the effects of infrared saunas on cardiovascular health, concluding that regular usage was linked with short-term improvements in cardiac function. The researchers speculated that this might be due to the sauna’s ability to reduce blood pressure, improve endothelial function, and reduce inflammation even going as far to compare infrared sauna to walking.
Reduced Muscle Soreness and Improved Recovery Times

Reduced muscle soreness and better workout recovery are other promising possibilities. A 2023 study on 16 male basketball players found that a single, post-exercise infrared sauna session improved recovery of explosive strength capacities and decreased subjective muscle soreness the day after exercise. This single sauna session also had no detrimental effects and increased the athletes’ perceived recovery the following morning.

Sweating is one of the best ways to detox your body. Every time we sweat, we’re flushing out the toxic substances and heavy metals that we encounter in everyday life. Infrared sauna therapy promotes this process by heating your body from the inside to expel them from deep down. Dr. Amy Myers MD, New York Times bestselling author and functional medicine physician