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Infrared Sauna

Deliberate heat exposure can calm the mind and body, promote deep relaxation, and improve well-being before a bodywork session or as a stand-alone treatment, all within a private room. Learn more  in our blog about The Health Benefits of Far Infrared Sauna.

Sauna Protocols

  • To prepare your body for increased core temperature,  hydrate with at least 8 ounces of water before the session.


  • Use provided towels to absorb sweat during sessions.

  • The optimal sauna experience occurs between 110 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. 

  • Don't be surprised if you don't sweat during the first few sessions. Sweating will increase with regular use, removing toxins and leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. 

  • Move slowly and be cautious if you experience any lightheadedness or dizziness.


Infrared Sauna Sessions

Sauna sessions may be combined with a cold plunge and/or massage/bodywork sessions.

Towels are provided.

  •   20 minutes - $25 

  •   30 minutes - $35

*Bring a friend for an additional $10!

To book a buddy session, call 919.477.9887

Contrast Therapy

Heat up in our Infrared Sauna, followed by a 3-minute or more dip in our cold plunge, or reverse the order depending on your goals. Hot/Cold therapy has long been used to help with recovery, including chronic pain and stress. All within a private room. 

How to best use Contrast Therapy

1. Start with a sauna for 10-15 minutes.

2. Take a cold plunge for 2-3 minutes.

3. Next, sit in the sauna for 10-15 minutes.

4. Follow and end with a cold plunge. Repeat this cycle as desired. 

The more regular and frequent your contrast bath therapy sessions, the greater the long-term benefits. Many of the studies conducted on using contrast bath therapy have found significant differences between those who only dabble in the practice off and on and those who perform it at least four days a week on average.

  •  30 minutes - $40 

  •  45 minutes - $60

  •  60 minutes - $75

*Bring a friend for an additional $10!

To book a buddy session, call 919.477.9887

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What's the difference between steam saunas and infrared saunas?

Traditional saunas heat up the air around you. And infrared heats up the body on a cellular level.

Who should NOT use the sauna?

People who have / are:

  • Pregnant

  • Elderly

  • Children 

  • Hemophiliacs / Individuals Prone To Bleeding

  • Fever & Insensitivity to Heat

  • Joint Injuries

  • Metal Implants

  • Pacemakers or Defibrillators 

How long is each session?

  • Infrared Sauna: 20 or 30 min

  • Contrast Therapy: 30 or 60 min

How often should I sweat?

The more you sweat, the more benefits your body will see/feel. You can utilize the infrared sauna every day, but at least 2-3 times a week will show you results rapidly. Studies show cumulative 52 minutes per week is a good practice. 


We have memberships & packages for those who want to come more often.

What should I wear during my infrared sauna session?

We recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing, a swimsuit, or a towel in the sauna. The recovery room has a privacy lock.

What's the best temperature for an Infrared sauna?

The appropriate temperature for a sauna depends on your preference! Most people prefer to enjoy their sauna at temperatures between  120-130 degrees Fahrenheit for infrared saunas. Our infrared sauna can get up to 149º Fahrenhelt.

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