Infrared Sauna

Full Spectrum Infrared Healing

Sweating is the body’s way to heal and stay healthy. Full Spectrum infrared sauna therapy is beneficial for natural healing and prevention because of it’s ability to penetrate human tissue resulting in a deep detoxifying sweat.

Infrared heat is safe and healthy for all living things. It is the same heat used in hospitals to warm premature babies. The infrared spectrum consists of 3 wavelengths – near, mid, far. Each wavelength provides different health benefits. Our saunas offer a full spectrum infrared with 6 different settings to target individual needs. Cost: 1 Credit or $45 Member, $65 Non-Member

Full Spectrum Infrared Therapy

The best Infrared Sauna, Infrared Therapy near Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville, Diablo, Lafayette, Orinda, Moraga, San Ramon, Walnut Creek

Infrared saunas are an effective tool for natural healing and prevention. Infrared light has the ability to penetrate human tissue which in turn produces a host of anti-aging health benefits making infrared saunas one of the “hottest” therapies for overall healthier living. If you want to get yourself back into balance, the benefits of an infrared sauna may be just what you need to achieve your wellness goals.

  • Strengthens the body’s immune system
  • Increases blood flow up to twice the normal rate
  • Lowers blood pressure and helps circulation
  • Decreases pain and muscle spasms and speeds up recovery time
  • Stimulates collagen production to reduce wrinkles
  • Improves overall skin tone and health
  • Burns upwards of 600 calories while you relax!

Cost: 1 Credit or $45 Member, $65 Non-Member

Pro Tip: Whole Body Cryotherapy prior an Infrared Sauna is a member favorite.

Infrared Sauna

3 Wavelengths in One Session

Near Infrared (NIR)

for Anti-Aging, Skin Health, Muscle Recovery


  • Closest to visible light, acts more like it (like cousins)
  • Absorbed at cellular level by mitochondria
  • Shortest wavelength (700 to 1200 nanometers)
  • Delivers most energy (like tiny dogs)
  • Photobiomodulation/ low level light therapy (LLLT) used in cosmetic and healing devices
  • Triggers plants to use chlorophyll to convert light into tissue

Mid Infrared (MIR)

for Heart Health, Circulation, Pain Relief, Muscle Recovery


  • The “middle child” lives between near and far
  • Mid-range wavelength (1.4 to 7 microns)
  • Hardest IR to reproduce; used for sensory tools in various industries

Far Infrared (FIR)

for Detoxification, Heart Health, Weight Loss, Immunity, General Wellness, Relaxation, Muscle Recovery


  • The “independent oldest kid” lives farthest from visible light
  • Longest wavelength (7-14 microns)
  • Absorbed at the cellular level by water molecules
  • Doesn’t warm the air, instead sends energy into objects
  • Experienced as gentle, radiant heat
  • Safely, gently improves health at the cellular level
  • Human bodies also emit FIR energy, used in healing since ancient times

Benefits of Infrared Therapy

Muscle & Pain Relief

Near, Mid, Far

Infrared sauna heat penetrates tissue, joints, and muscles to relieve anything from minor aches and pains to chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia. Pain management professionals incorporate infrared sauna heat therapy into treatment plans to decrease pain and muscle spasms and to speed up recovery time.

Weight Loss

Mid, Far

Studies have shown that benefits of an infrared sauna session can burn upwards of 600 calories while you relax! As the body works to cool itself, there is a substantial increase in heart rate, cardiac output, and metabolic rate, causing the body to burn more calories.


Near, Far

The near infrared wavelengths are the most effective wavelengths for healing the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin. Near infrared treatments stimulate collagen production to reduce wrinkles and improve overall skin tone. Far infrared wavelengths target deeper down, removing toxins that can have a negative impact on your skin.


Mid, Far

Researchers have long told us how the body sweats out toxic substances, including heavy metals. As long as you maintain proper hydration, the more you safely sweat, the more toxins you’ll expel from your body.


Near, Mid, Far

Unlike traditional saunas which operate at extremely harsh temperatures, infrared is a gentle, soothing, and therapeutic heat that promotes relaxation and improved sleep. Infrared sauna benefits include therapy that helps you relax while receiving an invigorating deep-tissue sweat, leaving you fully refreshed after each session.

Cardiovascular Health

Near, Mid, Far

Our infrared saunas induce a deep sweat to make the heart pump faster, which in turn increases blood flow, lowers blood pressure and helps circulation. Regular infrared sauna use – especially in the mid infrared range – can significantly stimulate blood flow up to twice the normal rate.

Traditional Commercial Sauna vs. Infrared

Infrared Sauna

When researching for a facility, you will come across various sauna options and may wonder if you should go with a traditional sauna or an infrared sauna. Sauna technology has come a long way since the days of ladles, water and hot rocks in a musky locker room.

Heating Technology Difference

Traditional saunas heat the air using hot rocks or steam at temperatures in excess of 200°F. The hot air makes contact with the user’s skin which creates a surface sweat as the body tries to cool itself. The high temperatures may feel good to some for a short period of time, others find the experience unbearably hot and difficult to breathe. The average person should only stay in a traditional sauna for fifteen to twenty minutes max.

Infrared heat is very gentle. The experience is similar to lying in the sun on a warm day and feeling the heat radiate to the core of your body. Since infrared heats the body directly and increases core body temperature, the temperature does not to be that hot. In fact, the cooler the surface area of the heater, the more far infrared energy will be produced. The optimal temperature for an infrared sauna session is 100°F to 130°F which is comfortable for thirty minutes or more.

Who’s using Infrared Therapy?

  • Ellen DeGeneres, Comedian
  • Jim Carrey, Actor/Comedian
  • Joe Satriani, Guitarist
  • Shawn Carter (Jay-Z), Rapper
  • Uma Thurman, Actress
  • William Shatner, Actor
  • Brad Penny, Pitcher
  • George Foreman, Boxer
  • J.C. Romero, Pitcher
  • Ray Willis, Offensive Tackle
  • Sandy Lyle, Golfer
  • Steve Young, Quarterback
  • Sue Stanley, Aerobic champion
  • Tony Purpura, Rugby Player
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Kansas City Wizards
  • Olympic Wrestling Team
  • Pittsburgh Steelers

What to Wear

Please bring a water bottle with you to stay hydrated during and after your sauna session. We will provide you with bamboo charcoal wraps and towels. For your protection and the protection of our clients, you must wear the wrap throughout your session. Since you may sweat, consider wearing items that are easier to put on after your session. No shoes or outside food or drink are permitted in the sauna, only water.


Consult physician prior to use if you are using any drugs. Do not use if pregnant, have a pacemaker or defibrillator, serious inflammation, a fever, a communicable disease, acute bleeding, or intoxicated.

Contrary to popular belief, it is not advisable to attempt to “sweat out” a hangover. Alcohol intoxication decreases a person’s judgment; therefore, he/she may not realize when the body has a negative reaction to high heat. Alcohol also increases the heart rate, which maybe further increased by heat stress.

Always stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water before and after any session. Please discontinue the use of the sauna if you feel light-headed, dizzy or heat exhausted. Sessions should never exceed the time set. You should never have a Cryotherapy Treatment after a Infrared Therapy Session.