What is infrared sauna?

While traditional saunas work by heating up the air around you, the light from an infrared sauna penetrates your skin directly, raising your core body temperature from within. Operating at a comfortable 45-55 C instead of the usual 65-85 C, the infrared sauna will produce a deep, detoxifying sweat, reaching all the way down to the cellular level where most toxins reside.

Infrared sauna therapy is known to reduce stress, boost the immune system, stimulate the collagen production and relieve joint and muscle pain. But most importantly, it generates a genuine, unique boost that relaxes, recharges and reenergizes both mind and body.

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By stimulating both collagen and elastin production, infrared sauna therapy is known to improve your skin - not only your face, but your whole body.


The use of infrared sauna can help your body to detox by producing a deep, purifying sweat at a cellular level, where heavy metals and toxins reside.

Pain relief

Infrared sauna therapy can relieve aches, muscle pain, and speed up muscle recovery after an injury. Professional athletes and people with chronic muscle pain have used it for decades.

Stress relief

Infrared therapy can release serotonin and increase dopamine levels in your brain, much like the "runners high" you get from traditional cardio exercise.


The soothing infrared heat makes the muscles relax and can help restore sleeping patterns as well as improve your overall quality of sleep.


Infrared sauna therapy increases your heart rate, much like regular cardiovascular exercise. When your heart rate is increased - your blood circulation is also improved.

Immune System

By raising your core body temperature, infrared therapy induces an artificial fever that can help your body fight viruses and infections.


By aiding the healing process of your dermis and epidermis skin layers, infrared therapy can assist skin renewal, wound healing and tissue growth.

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What is Chromotherapy?

Chromotherapy is the science of using different wavelengths of color to improve health and well-being. Each color has their own frequency and a specific function that can be stimulated through colored LED light. Color therapy is an ancient form of therapy that has experienced a revival in the latter years because of technological advancement. Chromotherapy is known to reduce “winter blues” and many people use this form of therapy against depression.