Infrared Sauna

Traditional (Finnish) saunas and other conventional hot air saunas heat only the air around them at high temperatures between 150-­500° F. An Infrared sauna produces infrared waves at lower temperatures that penetrate the skin to approximately 1.5” or 3.81 cm, increasing the body’s temperature internally and more quickly than merely sitting in a hot environment. Infrared saunas provide greater benefits at lower temperatures resulting in more effective sauna sessions for the user.