Infrared Sauna



Pain relief in a box.

Destress. Detox. Pain relief in a box.

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Go in yuck. Come out yum. Here’s why :

Even without scented candles, red wine and bubbles, this is the best bath you’ll ever take -
and the benefits are life-changing:


Your body may be a temple, but it’s also like a little sponge that absorbs pesticides, toxic metals, PCBs in plastics, environmental pollution, and GMOs that weaken the immune system. Sweating in the infrared sauna is one of the best ways to detoxify the body. Even temples need regular housekeeping.

Weight Loss

There is no shortcut to weight loss, but this is the easiest way to burn calories. If you can handle heat and know how to sit down, you can sauna.

The infrared sauna heats your body from the inside out. The body responds by working to cool itself down, increasing the heart rate and burning calories.

Sit and get fit? Yes, please.

Skin Rejuvenation

While the blood vessels are dilated and circulating blood, removing waste from the body, they are also delivering nutrients to the skin that boost collagen production.

Long story short, you’re going to be glowing after this little hot box.

Pain Relief

Have you ever read the potential side effects of Tylenol? Nausea, clay-colored stools and swelling of the tongue... yeah, the sauna doesn’t do that.

The deep heat of Infrared Saunas relaxes muscles, reduces inflammation, improves blood flow and releases endorphins (the body’s natural pain killers) without those weird side-effects.

Stress Reduction

Heat is the ultimate calmant. It balances any wacky cortisol levels, relaxes muscles and relieves tension. Yup, an infrared session gives you the benefits of a steamy bath sans wrinkly fingers.

Better Sleep

If you’ve gotten this far, you already know that after a session in the infrared sauna you’ll be more relaxed, free of pain and stress. You’re gonna sleep like a baby. Unless you have an uptight baby.

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Sauna Protocol:

Hydrate. Bonus points for electrolytes.
Wear lightweight clothing.
Beginners may want to start with shorter sessions (around 10-15 minutes), and gradually increase session time as your body adapts.
Breathe and relax.
Cool down after your session.
Shower off toxins sitting on your skin’s surface.

For optimal benefits (based on research), we recommend two 30-minute sessions per week.

Frequently Asked Questions

Infrared Sauna

What should I do to prepare for my session?

We recommend being well-hydrated. Even if you’re not using the sauna, we recommend being well-hydrated.

Also, avoid foods that will make you gassy. This is more for the next person after you.

How long is each session?

30 minutes or 60 minutes.

When is the best time to sauna?

The sauna is going to enhance recovery and leave you feeling relaxed, so do it after an Onix class, NOT before.

If it’s not a workout day, then sauna whenever you please.

Wait, is sauna a verb?

No, but we verbed it in the previous question anyway. And we just verbed verb.

What should I wear in the sauna?

What should I do after my session?

Rehydrate. Not with alcohol though - you just detoxed, don’t retox immediately.

Is there anyone who shouldn’t use the sauna?

The sauna is safe for most folks, but some may want to avoid use or consult with a healthcare professional before doing so. These people include:

  • Pregnant Women
  • Those with Cardiovascular Conditions
  • Those with Skin Conditions
  • Those with Respiratory Conditions
  • Those with Chronic Health Conditions
  • Individuals with Heat Sensitivity
  • Newborns

Sidenote: we don’t sell memberships to newborns.

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