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Infrared Sauna


What is Infrared Therapy?

Infrared therapy, a cutting-edge wellness treatment, harnesses the power of infrared light to penetrate deep into the skin and tissues, promoting healing and rejuvenation at the cellular level.


Unlike traditional heat therapies, infrared therapy uses wavelengths of light that are invisible to the naked eye but are capable of reaching deeper layers of the body. This process enhances circulation, reduces inflammation, alleviates pain, and accelerates the body's natural healing processes.


By stimulating cellular repair and increasing blood flow, infrared therapy can effectively address a range of conditions, from chronic pain and muscle stiffness to skin issues and stress.


Safe, non-invasive, and deeply relaxing, infrared therapy offers a holistic approach to improving overall health and well-being.

Who Should Avoid Infrared Sauna?

If you have any questions regarding your current medical condition and the use of our sauna please consult your medical doctor before use.


Infrared saunas are contraindicated for the following conditions or you should consult your medical doctor prior to use.


- Infrared Saunas creating a cure for or treating any disease is neither implied nor should be inferred.

- In the rare event that you experience pain and/or discomfort while in the sauna immediately discontinue use.‍


Seek permission from your doctor prior to use for the following conditions:

- Taking Any Medications

- Under 12 years of age

- The Elderly

- Cardiovascular Conditions

- Chronic Conditions‍

Infrared sauna use is contraindicated for people with following conditions:


- Pregnancy

- Haemophilia

- Fever

- Insensitivity to Heat

- Alcohol / Alcohol Abuse

How Long Should I book For?

If You are new to Infrared Therapy, booking an initial 30 minute treatment 2 x per week is recommend over the 60 minute option. 

This allows your body to adjust to the infrared therapy.


If you book your sauna for AFTER your workout, it is important to WAIT 15 minutes before using the sauna. Post workout sessions should be a maximun of 20 mins time spent in the sauna. Due to over exertion, it is unsafe to extend that time after working out.

If you have tried our sauna and felt fantastic after your first week, book in for an hour if you have the time!

Can I Use The Sauna After My Massage?

Yes, you can use the infrared sauna after your massage, and doing so can enhance the benefits of both treatments. Following a massage with an infrared sauna session helps to further relax your muscles, reduce any remaining tension, and promote deeper detoxification. The heat from the infrared sauna penetrates deeply into your tissues, increasing circulation and helping to flush out toxins released during the massage. Additionally, it can aid in reducing muscle soreness and inflammation, speeding up recovery, and enhancing overall relaxation. Combining these therapies can leave you feeling rejuvenated, relaxed, and revitalized, providing a holistic boost to your overall well-being.

More FAQ's

Do you have more questions about using the Infrared sauna?

Take a look at the most common questions in the link below.

Book Your Session Today!

Sessions are available instantly if available. Please read the booking email after booking for important information

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