You’re probably aware that there are many health advantages that come from owning a sauna, but with three different types of saunas to choose from, you might be wondering, “What are the different benefits each sauna provides?” Well first, let’s start by going over what all our saunas have in common.
|Spec||Traditional Sauna||Infrared Sauna||Infra-Sauna|
|Method of Heat||Steam||Infrared waves||Both|
|Main Purpose||By adding water on top of the heated rocks, you can create your own amount of steam. Steam generally disperses evenly throughout the Sauna. Most people use this system for relaxing, aromatherapy, and a strong immune system.||Don’t let the lower temperature fool you. Infrared waves penetrate deeper than a traditional sauna and are mainly used for helping with injuries, joint relaxation, weight loss, and detoxification. Infrared waves focus on heating you instead of the room.||The Infra-Sauna gives you the option to use either steam or infrared waves. This allows you the option to choose which method feels best for you at the time. Relax with friends in steam, and then focus on your back pain with Infrared.|
|Temperature Range||150⁰-185⁰+ F||120⁰-140⁰ F||150⁰-185⁰+ F|
|Humidity||You control (wet heat)||None (dry heat)||You control|
|Session Durations||10-15 minutes||10-15 minutes||10-15 minutes|
|Is it Safe?||Make sure you limit yourself, and stay hydrated.||Infrared waves are safe. Come to one of our locations for a demonstration on wave safety. Hydration is also important.||See traditional and infrared notes.|