Infrared wavelengths penetrate the skin and soft tissue, heating the body from the inside, out. The healing infrared rays are absorbed by our bodies to help them relax, improve circulation, improve heart health, recover faster, sleep better, detox, and age well.
Traditional saunas work by heating the air around you, whereas our Clearlight full-spectrum infrared saunas use advanced light therapy to promote heat generation from within the body, resulting in a deeper sweat and at a lower temperature.
inside the suite
01 detox + cleanse
02 improve skin
03 muscle recovery
Sweat out toxins at a more comfortable air temperature than traditional Finnish saunas.
Heat stress activates a thermoregulatory response, where the body begins sweating to cool back down. Sweat is mainly composed of water and electrolytes but also contains toxins like heavy metals. As you acclimate to the heat, you’ll become more efficient at regulating your body temperature through a sweat response.
Clinically proven to reach deeper levels of your skin, infrared saunas help in removing toxins such as dead skin cells, oils, dirt, and bacteria.
Infrared saunas not only improve the appearance of but they also help to reduce acne in the first place.
Infrared saunas increase collagen and elastin which enhances skin texture and improves color.
Infrared saunas can reduce inflammation and feelings of pain, helping you recover from the stresses of everyday life and tough workouts. By prioritizing recovery, you can limit feelings of muscle soreness and tension.
Recovering between workouts, both mentally and physically, can also improve performance.
Using an Infrared sauna consistently, several times per week is associated with a 40% lower all-cause mortality rate. Studies from Finland, a culture where saunas are widely used throughout the lifespan, show that regular sauna use is linked to reduced early death from all causes.
For instance, individuals who used sauna 4+ times per week saw a ~50% reduction in early death from all causes when compared to those who did not use the sauna.
Using an Infrared sauna 4-7x per week is associated with a 40% lower mortality rate. Endorphins are endogenous (natural) opioids that are part of the body’s natural painkiller system.
The release during intense heat is similar to a ‘runner’s high’. Interestingly, Finland, generally considered the sauna capital of the world, is also named the happiest country in the world.
The result is an increase in blood flow, heart rate, and cardiac output. This ‘workout’ of the cardiovascular system has significant beneficial effects on the vascular system, similar to how the body responds to aerobic exercise.
As you relax in the gentle infrared heat, your body is hard at work producing sweat, pumping blood, and working to regulate your body temperature – and this translates to burning calories during and after your sauna session.
When included in a well rounded wellness routine of nutrition, sleep and exercise, expending calories from infrared sauna sessions may help you manage your weight.