Welcome to Our Sauna Experience

What is Infrared Sauna Therapy?

Infrared sauna therapy involves the use of infrared heaters to emit infrared light experienced as radiant heat, which is absorbed by the surface of the skin. Unlike traditional saunas that heat the air around you, infrared saunas penetrate deeper into the body, producing a gentle, soothing heat that promotes sweating and detoxification.

Benefits of Infrared Bathing

  • Detoxification: Sweating is one of the body’s most natural ways to eliminate toxins. Infrared sauna therapy induces a deep sweat, allowing your body to flush out impurities and toxins from your pores, leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalized.
  • Pain Relief: The deep penetrating heat of infrared saunas can help alleviate muscle aches and joint pain by increasing circulation and reducing inflammation. It’s an excellent option for those suffering from chronic pain or recovering from injuries.
  • Relaxation and Stress Reduction: Step into our infrared sauna and feel the stresses of the day melt away. The gentle warmth soothes both body and mind, promoting relaxation and reducing stress levels. It’s the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
  • Improved Circulation: As the infrared heat penetrates deep into your muscles, it stimulates blood flow and improves circulation. This can help with a wide range of health issues, from cardiovascular health to skin conditions.
  • Skin Purification: Regular sessions in our infrared sauna can help improve the appearance of your skin by promoting circulation, opening pores, and flushing out toxins. Say goodbye to dull, lifeless skin and hello to a radiant, glowing complexion.
  • Weight Loss and Metabolism Boost: While sitting in an infrared sauna won’t magically melt away pounds, it can complement a healthy lifestyle by promoting sweating and increasing metabolic rate. It’s a relaxing way to support your weight loss goals.

How Should You Use Sauna In Combination with Chiropractic Care or Massage Therapy?

Our providers suggest using infrared sauna following a chiropractic or massage therapy appointment. Using an infrared sauna after your appointment can complement the benefits of the chiropractic care and massage therapy in several ways:

  1. Muscle relaxation: Following these appointments up with an infrared sauna session can further relax muscles, as the heat from the sauna helps to soothe any remaining tension and promotes faster muscle recovery.
  2. Enhanced flexibility: Chiropractic adjustments aim to improve joint mobility and spinal alignment, while massage therapy helps to reduce muscle tension and tightness. Following up with an infrared sauna session can help maintain and enhance the benefits of these treatments by promoting flexibility in the muscles and ligaments surrounding the treated areas.
  3. Improved circulation: Both massage therapy and infrared sauna sessions can improve blood circulation. After a massage, blood flow to the massaged areas is already enhanced. Using an infrared sauna can continue to stimulate circulation throughout the body, helping to distribute oxygen and nutrients more efficiently.
  4. Reduced inflammation: Chiropractic adjustments and massage therapy can sometimes cause a temporary inflammatory response as the body adapts to tissue changes. Infrared sauna therapy has been shown to reduce inflammation by increasing circulation and promoting the removal of inflammatory substances from the body.
  5. Enhanced relaxation and stress relief: Infrared sauna sessions are known for their stress-relieving and relaxation benefits. Combining massage therapy or chiropractic care with infrared sauna can amplify these effects, leaving you feeling even more relaxed and rejuvenated while helping to alleviate stress, allowing the body to recover more effectively.
  6. Pain relief: Infrared sauna heat can penetrate deeply into joints and muscles, providing relief from joint pain and stiffness. Some individuals may experience mild discomfort or soreness after chiropractic adjustments, especially if they’re not accustomed to the manipulation. The heat from an infrared sauna can help alleviate this discomfort by increasing blood flow to the affected areas and promoting the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers. Additionally, this can be particularly beneficial after a massage, as the manipulation of muscles and joints during the massage may temporarily exacerbate any existing joint discomfort.


Please be sure to bring a water bottle with you to your session.

Important Notice: Access to the sauna is restricted to individuals aged 18 and over.

30 Minute Infrared Session

$3000per session

45 Minute Infrared Session

$4000per session

30 Minute Infrared Session (2 people)

$6000per session

45 Minute Infrared Session (2 people)

$8000per session


*Must be used within 2 weeks.

Why Choose Our Infrared Sauna?

Our S-825 Series 2 to 3-Person Low EMR/Low EF Infrared Sauna is designed with your comfort and safety in mind. Featuring low electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and low electrical fields (EF), you can relax knowing that you’re experiencing the benefits of infrared therapy without exposure to harmful levels of radiation.

Whether you’re seeking relief from pain, detoxification, or simply a moment of relaxation, our infrared sauna offers a holistic approach to wellness that will leave you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to take on the world.

Frequently Asked Questions About Infrared Sauna

Saunas have a rich cultural heritage, particularly in Finland, where they have been an integral part of daily life for centuries. In Finnish tradition, the sauna is more than just a place to relax and unwind—it’s a sacred space for cleansing the body and soul.

Dating back thousands of years, saunas were originally dugouts or pits in the ground, covered with animal hides or logs, and heated with hot stones. The Finnish people believed that the sauna was a place of healing, where ailments could be cured and spirits could be cleansed.

Today, the Finnish sauna tradition lives on, with saunas found in homes, hotels, and public spaces throughout the country. It’s not uncommon for Finns to enjoy a sauna session multiple times a week, as it’s seen as essential for maintaining both physical and mental well-being.

Infrared saunas work by using special heaters to emit infrared light, which is absorbed by the skin’s surface and penetrates deep into the body, reaching tissues and organs. This deep tissue penetration allows for a more intense sweat at lower temperatures compared to traditional saunas. By directly heating the body, infrared saunas promote increased circulation, relaxation, and detoxification, making them a more efficient and comfortable option for heat therapy.

While generally safe for most people, certain individuals, such as pregnant women, individuals with cardiovascular conditions, or those prone to dehydration, should consult with a healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna. Overuse or excessive heat exposure can lead to dehydration, overheating, and other potential health risks.

Beginners typically start with shorter sessions of around 15-20 minutes and gradually increase the duration as they become more accustomed to the heat. It’s crucial to listen to your body and exit the sauna if you feel lightheaded, dizzy, or uncomfortable.

“ALL THE STARS. I never had a chiropractic adjustment before, but this appointment exceeded my expectations. I came into my first appointment with considerable pain and left with a marked improvement!”