Infrared saunas offer many benefits in the way of health and wellbeing and it's nice to know what to expect before you go, especially if you're a first timer! That's why we've made this guide to help you feel prepared so you can get the most out of your session.
What to Expect
If it's your first time using our sauna, we'll have you fill out and sign an acknowledgment upon arrival. We'll show you how to work the sauna and answer any questions you may have. Then we'll leave you to it!
You can spend up to 45 minutes in the sauna, but some days you may need to shorten your session if you get too hot or get antsy—and that's totally fine of course!
What to Bring
It's nice to have something comfortable and easy to put on afterwards, so if you're coming from work you might like to bring a change of clothes, like a pair of slides, some shorts and a T-shirt for when you get out.
We provide a large jar of filtered water in each sauna, but you're welcome to bring your own water bottle if you like.
How to Prepare
Be sure to drink water before your session—you don't want to enter the sauna thirsty or dehydrated! Be sure to put a towel down on the bench. We provide plenty of towels for you, just be sure to always keep one between yourself and the seat.
- Dress to your comfort level in the sauna. You can wear your underwear (or not!)—just remember to keep a towel between yourself and the bench at all times.
- Think about whether you might want to read, journal, or meditate in the sauna and plan accordingly.
- Consider booking a massage or facial to accompany your sauna session. You can add on a sauna session for just $25 when you book another same day spa service.
- Turn off your phone and watch and leave them outside the sauna. Not only is the heat hard on your electronics, to fully relax in the sauna it's best to unplug completely.
Take advantage of our add-ons —we sell body wipes if you need to go somewhere right after your session and electrolyte pouches if you need to replenish.
Using an infrared sauna can boost your physical and mental health, improve your sleep, and relax your nervous system. You can reap sauna benefits all year round, just be sure to hydrate before, during and after you sauna. See you at the spa!