Far Infrared Sauna
Far Infrared Sauna with Colour Light Therapy and Aromatherapy
£25 for 1 full hour in the Sauna (15 minutes cool down afterwards)
£15 for 30 minutes in the Sauna
We also offer a monthly offer at the cost of £50, which will give you unlimited use for 4 weeks (Safety rules apply)
The Benefits of Far Infrared Sauna Treatments
Although more and more people are learning firsthand about the fabulous benefits of a far infrared sauna, many still possess very little knowledge of this important facility and generally compare it to the traditional sauna treatment. There is no comparison!
The following information has been compiled to help spread the good news with the intention of placing more people on the path to greater health, relaxation and happiness.
Far infrared waves are thermal, meaning they are felt as heat.
- Using a far infrared sauna can help strengthen the body’s immune system by stimulating increased production of white blood cells by the bone marrow and killer T-cells by the thymus.
- Far infrared rays Improve blood circulation, stimulate endorphins, lower lactic acid, kill certain bacteria and parasites, and burn calories. Proponents of hyperthermia, also known as fever therapy, maintain that using far infrared energy to therapeutically induce higher body temperatures helps fight infections.
- A good example of far infrared heat is the light produced by the sun. This is the heat you feel penetrate your skin when you stand in the sun and miss when you walk into the shade. It has nothing to do with ultraviolet light, which can damage your skin. When people do not receive adequate amounts of far infrared heat, this can sometimes bring on illness or depression.
Far infrared saunas:
- Are recognized by health practitioners worldwide as perhaps the most effective method of removing both chemical and heavy metal toxins from the body. Far infrared saunas are thought to be 7 times more effective at detoxifying heavy metals such as mercury, aluminium, and other environmental toxins than conventional heat or steam saunas. For many chronically ill patients as well as people who are well and wish to stay that way by reducing their toxic burden, the far infrared sauna is the detox method of choice!
- Are now used in health facilities for a range of health problems such as menopause, ulcers, insomnia, asthma, bronchitis, ear infections, and allergies
- Radiant heat is a form of naturally occurring energy that heats objects by direct light conversion. Direct light conversion warms only the object and does not raise the temperature of the surrounding free air.
- Can help clear cellulite, the gel-like lumps of fat, water and debris trapped in pockets beneath the skin.
- Have been used to treat sprains, bursitis, rheumatism, muscle spasms, neuralgia and haemorrhoids. They have also been shown to relieve acne, eczema, psoriasis and burns.
- Assist with Muscle relaxation, stress reduction, tension and headache relief, removal of body toxins, increased cardiovascular strength, improved lung function, and refreshed, moisturized skin. . Far infrared sauna use can help promote rebuilding of injured tissue by having a positive effect on the fibroblasts, the connective tissue cells necessary for the repair of injury. It also can help increase growth of cells, DNA syntheses, and protein synthesis, all of which is necessary during tissue repair and regeneration.
- Can be of significant benefit to people trying to lose weight. A 20 to 30-minute session in a far infrared sauna has been said to burn as many calories as a six-mile run! The Far Infrared rays penetrate into the skin about an inch and a half to two inches deep and can have therapeutic benefits, such as helping to dissolve fat deposits under the skin. Since toxins may be stored in the fat, the deep penetrating heat can help eliminate them, especially toxins such as heavy metals and acidic compounds.
The radiant heat of a far infrared sauna is efficient because it warms the user directly. The body absorbs as much as 93 percent of the heat, causing perspiration and producing a vast array of health benefits. Unlike in traditional saunas where temperatures range from 60 to 105 degrees Celsius, the temperatures of far infrared saunas typically range from 38 to 60 degrees Celsius. The temperature inside a far infrared sauna is adjustable and comfortable. This allows a person to perspire faster and to tolerate a longer period of time inside the sauna. Typical sessions in a far infrared sauna last 20 to 30 minutes and can be repeated to maximize the benefits.
The lower heat range of far infrared saunas is safer for people with cardiovascular risk factors or fragile health because lower temperatures don’t dramatically elevate heart rate and blood pressure. Far infrared radiant heat is a form of naturally occurring energy that heats objects by direct light conversion. Direct light conversion warms only the object and does not raise the temperature of the surrounding free air.
The radiant heat of far infrared saunas has been shown to be especially beneficial to people with sports injuries, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and other chronic pain conditions.
- The effects of toxin, chemical and pesticide poisoning can be greatly reduced by the far infrared sauna’s detoxification action. People who work with chemicals, as well as home gardeners who frequently use fertilizers and pesticides, are advised to use far infrared saunas on a regular basis.
- In the electromagnetic spectrum, far infrared wavelengths measure between 5.6 and 1,000 microns. One micron equals one micrometer or one millionth of a meter. Wavelengths of between 6 and 14 microns are believed to be the most beneficial to humans and other living things on Earth. The human palm emits far infrared wavelengths of between 8 and 12 microns. The energy output from far infrared saunas so closely match the human body’s radiant energy that nearly 93 percent of the sauna’s far infrared waves reach the skin.
- Far infrared sauna therapy has helped people with cardiovascular conditions such as congestive heart failure and angina, lowering blood pressure and improving cardiovascular function.
- The sweat of people using a conventional sauna was found to be 95 to 97 percent water, while the sweat of those using a far infrared sauna was 80 to 85 percent water with the non-water portion principally cholesterol, fat-soluble toxins, toxic heavy metals, sulphuric acid, sodium, ammonia, and uric acid.