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Far Infrared Sauna and Sound Therapy Room

Welcome to our private, full spectrum far infrared sauna and sound therapy Room. Relax, unwind and heal with benefits of infrared heat, red light, and optional vibroacoustic therapy. 

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Infrared Sauna Therapy

Our infrared sauna can comfortably seat one to two people allowing you to relax and heal through dry heat at a comfortable temperature. Our Sauna and Sound Room is rented in time intervals. You will have access to the room, all its therapies and the upstairs bathroom which includes a small shower, for the time you schedule.

Our far infrared sauna room is equipped with a custom built vibroacoustic lounger. The sauna room can be booked for sound therapy, sauna, or combination sessions. After completing an infrared sauna session you can cool down on the vibroacoustic lounger while experiencing a relaxation or a therapeutic sound treatment.


Vibroacoustic Sound Table

Vibroacoustic therapy is a form of harmonic or sound massage. Through the use of broad range transducers, we are able to bring the vibrational frequency of the music into the table. This allows you to “feel the sound”.  

Relaxation sounds can be playing though the table for you to enjoy at any length you choose or therapeutic sound sessions can be preset for 10, 15, or 30 minute vibration treatments.

Sauna and Sound Room:

A 45 minute session will allow time for up to 30 minutes use of Sauana and/or Sound lounger, a 60 min will allow 45 min, and 90 min allows 75 min. 

45 minute ...................................  $40

60 minute ...................................  $55
90 minute ...................................  $80

Share your experience:

bring one guest for an additional $10.

Things to Know about Infrared Sauna use

Use of a Far Infrared Sauna can contribute to your overall health and well-being by helping you relax, loosening up stiff muscle, reduce joint pain, and give you valuable time to yourself.


Some of the potential benefits of using Far Infrared Therapy:

  • Improve circulation

  • Better sleep

  • Weight Loss

  • Body and mind relaxation

  • Detoxification

  • Healthier and tighter skin

  • Reduction in post Covid symptoms

  • Relief of much aches

  • Decrease joint stiffness

  • Arthritis relief

  • Lower blood pressure

  • Increased metabolism

  • Relieve inflammation


Infrared heat can also be used therapeutically for people with Lyme Disease, High Blood Pressure, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia among many other conditions.


Can I have a massage and sauna on the same day?

Yes, you absolutely can have a massage and sauna session on the same day. It’s a matter of person preference and there is no evidence to suggest any harmful effects from combining the two treatments. In fact, these two can complement each other, offering a more comprehensive relaxation experience. Both treatments will help your body relax but they do that in different ways. While the heat from the sauna creates a deep, system wide relaxation, massage provides its state of relaxation by movement of muscles and soft tissue through manipulation by touch. Combining the two can give a truly full body treatment.


Is it better to have a massage before or after?

Just like with traditional saunas, it is better to have a massage after an infrared sauna session. Infrared saunas heat the body from within using special infrared heaters.

Regardless of these general recommendations, personal preferences should be taken into consideration. Some individuals may prefer to have their massage first, and that’s perfectly fine. Listen to your body and do what feels best for you.

Remember, the ultimate goal of these treatments is to help you relax and de-stress. Discuss your preferences with your massage therapist and spa staff to ensure that your experience is as beneficial and enjoyable as possible.


Importantly, if you have any underlying health conditions that could be affected by heat exposure or massage, it’s essential to consult with a health professional to ensure the combination is safe for you.

Do not use an Infrared Sauna if any of the following apply:

  • Pregnant or Nursing

  • Battery powered or electrical implant

  • Heart Pacemaker

  • Current fever or infection

  • Unstable Blood pressure

  • Recent Cardiovascular event

  • History of dizziness, fainting spells, Heat sensitivity, Narcolepsy, or seizures.

  • Bleeding disorders


How Infrared Saunas Work:

Infrared heat and light penetrates your skin and will warm your body directly allowing heat to penetrate more deeply than warmed air.  Infrared saunas run at a lower temperature than a traditional sauna.  This environment is more tolerable, which allows you to stay in the sauna longer while increasing your core body temperature enabling you to experience a more intense sweat at a lower temperature.


Recovery Time and Hydration

Don’t forget to stay hydrated! The heat from the sauna can cause you to sweat a lot, which can lead to dehydration if you don’t replenish your fluids.


Remember to drink water before, during, and after your sauna sessions. Hydration can enhance the benefits of both the sauna and the massage, ensuring that your body is well-equipped to handle the treatments.

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