Infrared Sauna What to expect

1 person session.

Enjoy 40 minutes in a Full Spectrum Clearlight Sanctuary Infrared Sauna by Jacuzzi, in a locked private room. We provide a towel to sit on, one for your feet, one to wrap yourself in during the session and a small invigorating eucalyptus towel for after your session. Wear swimwear or use a towel.

Choose your temperature.

Listen to relaxing music, an upbeat station or choose silence. Sweating starts within 20 minutes and deep sweating happens with multiple sessions.

Loose and comfortable clothing to change into afterwards is suggested.

Included in our full spectrum infrared saunas is medical grade chromotherapy, which is a great way to energize, awaken and heal.

Halotherapy (salt therapy) can be added to any session for just $10.

Arrive hydrated and drink plenty of water after your session. The sauna is much like a passive workout, as well as a healing experience. Hydration is essential to your experience.

Benefits

The top 10 benefits of an infrared sauna:

  • Lowers stress
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Relieves pain
  • Improves sleep
  • Improves mood
  • Increases circulation
  • Eases joint pain and stiffness
  • Helps with Weight Loss
  • Stimulates Detoxification
  • Improves skin

Clinical References

Pricing

$40 for 1 Single Sauna or Halotherapy Session, $50 for Infrared + Halotherapy single session.

SWEAT Club: Pay just $27 for 1 Infrared Sauna session per month and save $13. Additional sessions are $27.

SALT Club: Pay just $27 for 1 Halotherapy session per month and save $13. Additional sessions are $27.

SALT & SWEAT Society: Pay just $37 for 1 Infrared Sauna + Halotherapy session per month and save $13. Additional sessions are $37.

Club & Society Members: All unused sessions are rolled over and remain active as long as your membership is active.

SALT & SWEAT 1 Week Pass, $120 for 4 Sessions within 7 Days

Frequently Asked Questions

Booking on the hour and how long is a session?
We book at the top of the hour so you can enjoy a full 40 minutes. We allow a couple minutes to get in sauna and approximately 5 minutes to change afterwards to keep on schedule. If arriving late, we may have to deduct time. If you desire more time after session to get ready, you can reduce time in sauna.

Do you have showers and changing rooms?
The private sauna room is the changing room. We don’t offer showers. It’s recommended to let the body cool down and pores close for at least 30 minutes after session before showering.

What do I wear?
The more skin exposed to the infrared, the better. Most use a towel only or swimsuit. You may want to bring loose clothes to change into. We offer 1 full-size towel. You can rent additional for $5 or bring your own if you prefer.

How often should I visit?
To achieve optimal results, it’s recommended to come 2-3 times per week. One time will help relieve stress and pain. Most clients come 1-2 times per month for maintenance and self-care.

Will I sweat first session? You may not sweat until later in your session or after a few visits.

Difference between infrared and traditional sauna?
The difference is the heat source. The average temperature of the infrared sauna is 125-140 degrees and heats the body. You can control the temperature. The traditional sauna uses electric or hot rocks to heat the air to 175 degrees plus. The purpose of infrared sauna is to give you maximum benefits at a lower temperature.

Halotherapy What to Expect

1 person session.

Enjoy 40 minutes in the Sauna/Salt Cabin, in a locked private room. When choosing Halotherapy without the sauna, the heaters will not be turned on so the Salt Cabin will be at room temperature.

You may listen to your music of choice or choose silence.

Included in our Salt Cabin is chromotherapy, which is a great way to revitalize and energize.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who benefits from salt therapy?
Salt therapy has provided benefits for those with the following conditions:

Allergies
Emphysema
Asthma
Psoriasis
Bronchitis
Pneumonia
Bronchial Infections

Rhinitis
Chronic ENT illnesses
Sinus Infections
Cold/Flu
Sinusitis
Cystic Fibrosis
Wheezing

Smoker’s Cough
Dermatitis
Snoring
Ear Infections
Stress and Fatigue
Eczema

How does salt therapy work?
Dry pharmaceutical grade salt is heated and then it is ground and crushed into very tiny microparticles in a machine called a halogenerator. These dry aerosol microparticles of salt are then dispersed into the Salt Chamber during a typical session. As you breathe, the microparticles of salt are inhaled. The particles penetrate deep into the lungs, bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli. Bacteria and pollutants are dissolved as salt enters the lungs and respiratory system by eliminating mucous and opening constricted airways.

What kind of salt do you use?
99.99% pure sodium chloride (Pharmaceutical grade salt). It contains no fillers or caking agents. It comes from a natural source and it is naturally processed to remove all of its impure elements. It is the same salt that hospitals use and is the same type of salt used in Halotherapy research.

What do I wear for my salt therapy session?
You may wear your normal clothes, we ask that you leave your shoes in the lobby before entering the treatment space. If you have dark clothing on, you may see a bit of salt on your clothes but it can generally be brushed off easily.

I have a cold, how often should I come?
For active symptoms, we recommend our week pass. (4 sessions in 7 days) Then 1-2 times per week until symptoms are resolved. If you have fever or persistent cough, please wait until you are fever free for 24 hours and your cough subsides a bit.

Are kids allowed to use the salt booth?
YES! You are able to use salt therapy at any age. We allow one lap child under the age of 5 for no additional charge! Any child over the age of 5 will require their own treatment. You may bring a book, tablet or device to entertain them during their treatment.

When should salt therapy be avoided?
Halotherapy is a natural therapy however any clients who have any serious health conditions or women who are pregnant should always seek proper medical advice before using the HALOONE®.

Contraindications include:

  • Infections associated with a fever.
  • Contagious diseases.
  • Respiratory system cancers.
  • Tuberculosis.
  • Cardiac disease patients.
  • Acute respiratory disease.
  • Severe hypertension.
  • Chronic obstructive lung diseases.

What are the side effects?
There are typically no side effects other than the taste of salt and potentially thirst or a scratchy throat. However, if someone is on any medications or suffers from any serious medical issue please seek medical advice before any therapy.