FAR Infrared Sauna with True Wave Technology
How it works
Infrared saunas leave you feeling invigorated, not depleted, like conventional saunas. They are designed with your health and wellbeing in mind. Infrared heaters warm the body in the same manner as natural sunlight. The sunlight is a combination of visible and invisible lights. The seven colors of the rainbow are visible lights, and infrared rays and ultraviolet rays are invisible lights. Infrared rays are the healthiest, penetrate into your skin deeply and they dissolve harmful substances accumulated in the body. The infrared rays vitalize your cells and metabolism and provide many other health benefits. Tests show that the energy output of far infrared heathers is tuned so closely to the body's own radiant energy that our bodies absorb as much as 93% of the far infrared waves that reach the skin.
Why FAR infrared technology?
The larger size of the True Wave Far Infrared heaters mean more surface area, resulting in lower surface temperature. The result of this low temperature is the heaters produce more FAR or LONG wave infrared heat which is more therapeutic. With the high far infrared output of the heaters, you not only get the highest quality infrared heat, but you get a lot of it, and right where you want it – your body core. The heaters positioned so that they surround your body concentrating the heat on your body core. Click here to see the BENEFITS.
Is it safe?
In general, infrared saunas are considered safe for most people. However, if you’re on medications, have implanted medical devices, or have a medical condition — whether acute or chronic — you should be cautious. You should speak to your healthcare provider before encountering any form of intense heat exposure. Certain conditions make people more prone to dehydration and overheating:
Low blood pressure
Taking medications such as diuretics, other blood pressure-lowering drugs, or medications that can cause dizziness
Please get clearance from a healthcare provider if you have the following conditions:
Nerve and motor function conditions. Your ability to sense and respond to the intensity of heat might put you at risk for heat or burn injuries.
Unhealed wounds. If you have open wounds or you’re recovering from surgery, wait until these areas are healed. Then talk with your healthcare provider first to get permission before getting infrared sauna treatments.
Heart conditions such as high blood pressure, heart arrhythmia such as atrial fibrillation, etc. “People with cardiovascular diseases, or underlying heart arrhythmia such as atrial fibrillation
Tips for using the infrared sauna
Avoid drinking alcohol. Drinking alcohol prior to sauna use can cause overheating and potentially lead to dehydration, heat stroke, and heat exhaustion.
Drink plenty of water. Make sure you drink plenty of water before getting in the sauna, during your session (especially if you start feeling light-headed or thirsty), or you find yourself sweating excessively, and also when you get out. Water is provided at GLo; please bring a water bottle.
Pay attention to certain symptoms. If you experience symptoms of dizziness or light-headedness, stop your session immediately.
Single Session for one person $35 (30-40 minutes)
Single Session for two people $55 (30-40 minutes)
4 Sessions - $130 ($32.50 each)
8 Sessions - $240 ($30.00 each)
12 Sessions - $330 ($27.50 each)