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Native American sweat lodges use the same principle as saunas; perspiring poisons out of the body. The sweat lodge was a place for spiritual cleansing to cure many ills, staying as long as it took to emerge healthily. While Body Temple doesn’t pass around a peace pipe, I’d feel safe in saying you’re still going to be flying high naturally after spending time detoxing in the sauna.

Infrared saunas are a type of sauna that uses heat and light to help relax and detoxify the body. These infrared light waves create heat in the body, causing you to sweat and release stored toxins.  Infrared saunas are clinically proven to reach deeper levels into your skin, effectively removing toxins such as heavy metals.  Far-infrared light boosts cellular activity to accelerate the process of skin regeneration, boost collagen formation, boost blood circulation and assist in calming inflammation.


People suffering from bursitis, fibromyalgia, back pain, headaches, sprains, rheumatoid arthritis and other muscular-skeletal ailments have successfully used sauna therapy for pain relief.


An infrared sauna elevates your core temperature warming around 125 degrees, dilating the capillaries, arterioles, and venues’. During this deep heating process your muscles, joints, and soft tissue experience relief and healing. Boosted blood circulation carries off metabolic waste products, transporting oxygen rich blood to depleted muscles and joints.


Infrared energy released by an infrared sauna penetrates 1.5″ to 2” deep into muscle tissue. Our skin absorbs 93% of infrared energy. Heating these tissues relieves pain via reduction of attendant or secondary muscle spasms.


relieve stress

-Anti-aging benefits

-regenerate muscles

-reduce anxiety

-Treat muscular disorders

-Increase white blood cell count

-Reduce muscle tension


-enhance exercise performance

-detoxify the blood

-improved sleep

-improves heat endurance threshold

-eases symptoms of depression

-improves cardiovascular health

-reduces osteoarthritis pain


-reduces osteoarthritis pain

-reduces joint pain

-helps decrease painful rheumatoid arthritis

-reduces muscle soreness after exercise

-promotes relaxation

-helps to heal sports injuries

-lowers blood pressure


-helps to increase range of motion

-helps to relieve menstrual cramping

-helps with soft tissue strains and/or injuries