Warm up in our infrared sauna to melt away sore muscles, built-up toxins and stress.
HOW THE INFRARED SAUNA CAN HELP YOU
Relieves sore muscles & speeds up recovery
The heat helps to relieve sore muscles and speeds up recovery so you can feel better faster
Promotes detoxification & improves skin appearance
Increased blood flow releases built-up toxins and heavy metals in your body – sweating improves your skins appearance
The infrared sauna encourages the production of white blood cells – responsible for killing bacteria and fighting infection
HOW IT WORKS
FOR YOUR BODY
Unlike a traditional sauna, our infrared sauna uses an infrared wavelength of light (which we feel as heat) to warm your body directly, rather than simply heating the air around you. Because the infrared light penetrates your skin to heat your body directly – you can experience a more intense sweat, in a much more comfortable temperature than a traditional sauna.
Raising your core body temperate mimics an artificial fever and switches on your body’s natural defence mechanisms, stimulating the circulation of white blood cells which assist in fighting infections and boosts immunity. The heat also causes your heart rate to increase and blood vessels dilate – this causes an increase in blood circulation. This increased circulation helps to carry healthy oxygenated blood to depleted muscles for faster recovery.
Increased blood circulation paired with an intense sweat helps to remove stored heavy metals and toxins from your body and out your pores. Sweating also helps achieve clearer, tighter skin for a more youthful appearance.
FOR YOUR MIND
The infrared sauna activates your parasympathetic nervous system which takes you out of a stressful state, encourages relaxation and sets you up for a better night’s sleep.
We recommend hitting the magnesium hydrotherapy pools after your sauna session (for an additional $10) to really amplify your recovery. Make sure to shower off before diving in!
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
"Absolutely brilliant, I haven't felt this refreshed and revived for years. I will be committing to an ongoing structure"
- Luke Innes, Gold Coast