THE SAUNA EXPERIENCE

HYDRATE

Glasses of Water

Most people these days do not drink enough water to begin with and now that you are using an infrared sauna and sweating, it is even more important to stay properly hydrated!

 

Always drink plenty of water before, during and after your sauna session.  Complementary filtered water is provided. Drink 8  ounces before and after the session for best results.

DRESS COMFORTABLY

Workout Friends

The most ideal thing to wear is a bathing suit. Lightweight shorts and a tee-shirt are ok. We recommend bringing clothing that are loose fitting and comfortable to put back on after your session—think ‘athleisure’.

 

Robes will be available for purchase for $2 to use while sitting in the relaxation area after the session. Remove all makeup to allow your skin to receive the maximum benefits.

DURING THE SESSION

People in a sauna

You can bring your own towel or purchase them for $1/each. You are required to sit on a towel during the sauna session. 

You may notice that it takes 10-20 minutes to break a sweat in your first session. This is because our saunas are heating your body directly, passively raising your core temperature 2-3 degrees, rather than simply heating your skin with hot air. This is a defining difference between infrared and traditional sauna. As your body becomes more accustomed to raising your core temperature on a regular basis, your sweat will become more excessive and start sooner into your session. 

AFTER THE SESSION

Relaxation

When you finish your sauna session, you will continue to perspire as your body naturally cools down —refresh and revive with at least 8 ounces of water. 

Part of your session includes time in our relaxation area. Take a seat in one of the chairs and enjoy one provided cold eucalyptus towel to open your sinuses and reduce bags and fine lines under the eyes. Place used towels in the Towel Drop.

 

Enjoy a cup of tea or a cold beverage, browse through our books, color a Mandala, and use the foam rollers and yoga balls to relieve stress and fatigued or tight muscles.