Why is sweating good for me?

Sweating has infinite benefits. Some of these include ridding your body of toxins, increased metabolism and energy, brighter skin, and deeper sleep. However the benefits of sweating going beyond physical. It is one of the best ways to relax and de-stress, giving you mental benefits as well.

What is infrared?

For a full explanation on the science behind infrared, see our science page.

Rays you get from the sun without the harmful effects. Goes 1-2 inches into your body. If you love the feeling you get from the sun, you’re going to love infrared heat.

How many times per week can I sweat?

Infrared treatments are safe and can be done everyday. However, we will allow the blanket therapy only once is a day and the sauna sessions will be a max of 50 minutes in a day.

What do I wear?

Long pants, long sleeve shirt, cotton or cotton blend, socks, something that can get sweaty. If you don’t want to get your own clothing sweaty, we provide clothing that you can borrow. Please remove all jewelry and accessories.

Should I eat or drink before my visit?

We do recommend to eat something light at least two hours prior to your session. However don’t go overboard.

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! It is important to be sufficiently hydrated prior to your sweat session.

We will not accept patients that appear to be intoxicated, as it is unsafe to sweat while under the influence of alcohol.

Can I sweat while on my menstrual cycle

Yes, it actually helps you alleviate cramps and balance hormones. As infrared does help increase blood circulation, there is a chance that it can increase your menstrual flow.

Can I shower?

Yes and we have a shower provided, however recommend waiting for at least two hours. Here’s why: Your body will continue to detoxify hours after your visit until it returns to normal temperature. Showering (even in the hottest water) will bring your body back to normal temperature, which halts the process and cheats you of the continued benefits.

Is there an age limit?


Are there risks associated with infrared?

Sweating is 100% natural and healthy. There are no known risks associated with infrared heat. It is actually used in modern day medicine in cases such as newborn baby incubation and treatments for first responders after heavy chemical exposure.

What if I’m claustrophobic?

Clients typically do not show a claustrophobic reaction to infrared blankets, as your head still remains outside the blanket at all times, and the blanket can easily be opened. We also have TV’s to help preoccupy your mind. If you feel the need to discontinue your session, you can easily remove yourself from the blanket and end your session or use the call button to alert a staff member.

If you do not want to use the infrared blankets for this reason, we have the option of the infrared sauna which can give you the same benefits.

What if I have plastic surgery implants?

There are no known harmful effects to sweating with implants.

Who should avoid sweating?
  • Chronic conditions that make you extremely sensitive to temperature
  • Recent surgery
  • Hemophilia
  • Pregnant
  • Taking blood thinners

We strive to provide the most comfortable experience possible. If you have any concerns that weren’t addressed in these FAQ’s, please reach out to a staff member so that we can answer any questions you may have.

Please consult with your physician if you have any doubts whatsoever.

Enjoy your First Sweat at our $40 Introductory Rate

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