Saunas have traditionally been used as part of a cleansing and relaxing regime and in more recent times have been incorporated as part of a pre and post sports or exercise routine to ease muscular aches and pains.

The far infrared sauna takes things a step further due to the slow heat which penetrates below the skin. By far the most important health benefit of a far infrared sauna is its efficiency in REMOVING TOXINS FROM THE BODY.

Infrared therapy
uses a safe form of energy that heats objects rather than the surrounding air. Unlike conventional saunas which induce perspiration by sheer force of heat, infrared saunas heat the deepest organs and tissues of the body by penetrating the infrared band of light 1 1/2 inches below the skin surface. This causes the body to sweat at a temperature of only 35-45 degrees. This heats the internal tissues without over-heating the skin and respiratory system as ordinary saunas do.


  • As it penetrates the deeper, denser tissues, the infrared heatsoftens deposits of crystallized toxins and acid wastes in the joints, nerves, and connective tissues allowing them to be dissolved and excretedvia the bloodstream, lymphatic system, and through the skin as sweat.
  • This kind of heat is particularly effective for eliminating heavy metals such as cadmium, lead, zinc and nickel from the tissues as well as toxins like nicotine, alcohol and chemicals.
  • Infrared therapy helps eliminate excess moisture, salt and subcutaneous fatfrom the body.

  • Promotes sweating - sweating is a part of the complex thermo-regulatory process of the body that increases the heart rate and improves the heart-pumping capacity of the heart.

  • Uses up energy to burn fat as at 43 degrees  fat becomes water soluble and can be dissolved and disposed of by sweating. A single sauna session may burn up as many calories as a 30 minute jog, so you can lose weight at the same time as detoxifying your entire body!

  • Deep penetrating heat of infrared saunas dilates blood vessels increasing blood flow and improving circulation which in turn allows more oxygen to reach the muscles and other body tissues.  This makes infrared sauna therapy very effective in treating arthritis, rheumatism, muscular spasms, soft tissue injuries and pain relief.