*Our Infrared Sauna is currently offered at the Onalaska Office only*
An infrared sauna uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light experienced as radiant heat, which is absorbed by the surface of the skin. It provides all the healthy benefits of natural sunlight.....without any of the dangerous effects of solar radiation.
As you relax in the comfortable heat of the infrared sauna, your body is actually working hard to produce sweat, eliminate toxins, increase circulation and burn off unwanted calories.
Amazingly, infrared rays penetrate approximately 1 to 1.5 inches below the skin surface. This helps to break down the water barrier where the fat cells (cellulite) and toxins (including heavy metals) are stored. It also helps to clear pores or pathways deep beneath the skin so that the body can release stored toxins and fats.
Use of the sauna can cause dehydration
Limit caffeine before and after use
Drink at least 8 oz of water prior to sauna use
Drink at least 8 oz of water immediately following sauna use
If you experience dizziness or become sleepy while in the sauna, step out immediately!
You may bring 2 towels: 1 to sit on, and 1 for sweating. Otherwise, towels will be provided for you
No nudity in the sauna. Please wear pants/shorts and a shirt/tank top in the sauna
No more than 2 people in the sauna at one time
No cell phones or electronic devices of any kind allowed in the sauna
1-30 minute session – $8.00
5-30 minute sessions – $30.00
10-30 minute sessions – $50.00
Uses include, but are not limited to:
Low back pain
Inner ear infection
Healthy Weight loss
Burn 300-900 calories
Increase metabolism for 12 hours
Increase energy level
Decrease risk of heart disease
Decrease risk of heart failure
Decrease risk of heart attack
Decrease risk of stroke
Maintain blood pressure (High/low blood pressure)
Strengthens immune system
Triggers white blood cell production
Increases defense against infection
Expansion of blood vessels
Increase blood flow
Remove toxins built up in pores
Decreases fine lines and wrinkles
Since the sauna requires warming up, and is shared with the other therapies in the office, you must schedule an appointment for sauna use. Call the office to schedule today!