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Sauna

What is an Infrared Sauna Session?
Infrared saunas penetrate the skin on a deeper level than traditional saunas and are believed to
have improved detoxification properties. Burn up to 600 calories in just one 40-min session.
Relax and rejuvenate while you relax, meditate, or just pop in an iPod and listen to music or an
audio book.

How to Prepare
Be prepared to sweat! A water bottle is advised to bring along with you and we are happy to
refill it for you. You may also want to bring some loose clothing and sandals to change into after
your sauna session. Your sauna is in a private room where you can change and store your
belongings. Other than that, we provide you with the necessary times needed for you to enjoy
our infrared saunas.

The sauna itself will have two face towels freshly placed before each session (one to sit on and
one to place your feet on) and we will be sure you have a full body towel to use as well. Again,
since you are in a private room for your sauna session, you can choose to undress and just wear
the towel in the sauna, wear a bathing suit, or wear workout type clothing. Most choose to just
use the towel. We also will provide a washcloth in a bowl of cool, aromatherapy water and a
little aromatherapy spray to use during or after your session. Our saunas can all comfortably fit
2 guests if you want to have a friend join you ($20 per additional guest per session).

NOTE: The temperature reading is not an indicator of the actual benefit received from the use of
the infrared sauna. You will still receive maximum benefit regardless of the ambient
temperature due to the penetration of the infrared rays into the body.

The Benefits
The infrared sauna is a great way to remove toxins, relax muscles, improve blood circulation,
increase your heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate, soften skin, relax and rejuvenate
your mind! Saunas may also help reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and can be
advantageous for muscle recovery after sports. People experiencing depression and anxiety
may also find sauna bathing helpful.

And according to Harvard Health Watch, the average person will lose a pint of sweat during a
brief visit to a sauna, and should drink plenty of water when they get out to help replenish.


Service
Cost

1 (45 minutes) Sauna session
$65

3 (45 minutes) Sauna sessions
$179

5 (45 minutes) Sauna sessions
$299

7 (45 minutes) Sauna sessions:
$419

10 (45 minutes) Sauna sessions:
$599


*All Sauna sessions include a: rinse off your skin before entering Sauna, your Sauna session, a
short shower afterwards.

Please be aware that a $25 cancellation fee applies to last minute cancellations (less than 24-
hour notice) and “no show” appointments.




Service
Cost

(45 minutes) Bubble Bath, Sauna, Shower:
$119

Sauna with shower add
$18

(15 minutes) Shower Only
$25

(20 minutes) Sauna and Bubble Bath: Add an extra
$25

(25 minutes) Bubble Bath with Aroma Essential Oils
$40

(25 minutes) Bubble Bath Only
$30


 

Don’t Use a Sauna if:
1. You are already dehydrated after a workout.
2. if you have uncontrolled high blood pressure, diabetes, heart failure, abnormal heart
rhythm, or unstable angina. If you have any of these health conditions, limit your sauna
use to five minutes per visit, and make sure to cool down slowly.
3. Check with your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, before
using a sauna.

4. Do not use a sauna if you take medications which interfere with your body’s ability to
regulate temperature, or medications which make you drowsy.
5. Do not use a sauna if you are ill.
6. Drink at least one full glass of water before and after using a sauna, to avoid
dehydration.
7. Do not drink alcohol before, during, or after sauna use.
8. Do not use recreational drugs before, during, or after sauna use.
9. Do not eat a large meal prior to using a sauna.
10. An article published in the American Journal of Public Health recommends that healthy
people not sit in a sauna for more than 10 to 15 minutes at a time. If you are new to the
sauna experience, listen to your body and start slowly (for no more than 5 to 10 minutes
per session). You can build up your tolerance for the heat over multiple visits.
11. Never let yourself fall asleep in a sauna.
12. Exit the sauna if you feel dizzy or ill.

Please talk to your doctor; may recommend avoiding long sauna sessions.

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