Infrared Sauna

Infrared Sauna

Indulge in up to 60 minutes of our Infrared Sauna for a holistic wellness experience. Dive into benefits such as natural detoxification, deep relaxation, improved skin clarity, and enhanced mood. Purify your body from toxins, boost blood circulation, and lower blood pressure. Quicken post-workout recovery, relieve muscle tension, ease joint pain, and support metabolic rate increase for potential weight loss. Enjoy the advantages of enhanced cardiovascular, immune system, and overall cell health. Additionally, experience better sleep quality, reduced stress levels, and improved lymphatic flow. Begin your journey to enhanced well-being today.” As always, while Infrared Saunas are linked to these benefits by many enthusiasts and studies, it’s essential to consult with a medical professional before starting any new health or wellness treatments.

Mood support

improved sleep

Muscle recovery

infrared sauna Menu

30 minutes

Relax in your own private infrared sauna suite to detox the body and soothe sore muscles.

$ 50 / Session
  • 3 Sessions $135
  • 5 Sessions $215
  • 10 Sessions $420
  • * add-on fee of $25 for each additional person

60 minutes

Relax in your own private infrared sauna suite to detox the body and soothe sore muscles.

$ 75 / Session
  • 3 Sessions $210
  • 5 Sessions $340
  • 10 Sessions $650
  • * add-on fee of $25 for each additional person

30 minutes unlimited

Relax in your own private infrared sauna suite to detox the body and soothe sore muscles.

$ 250 / Month
  • $25 extra for 60 minutes

How it works


Infrared is a type of electromagnetic radiation (or light energy) that’s invisible to the human eye but can be felt as heat. It falls just beyond the red end of the visible light spectrum, hence the name “infrared” (meaning “below red”).Unlike traditional saunas that heat the air, infrared saunas emit infrared light waves that penetrate the skin and directly heat the body.

Depth of Penetration

There are three main types of infrared wavelengths: near (NIR), middle (MIR), and far (FIR). Each has its unique depth of penetration and benefits. For instance, FIR penetrates the body the deepest, typically up to several inches, and is primarily responsible for the heating effect.


Because infrared saunas heat the body directly rather than the air, many people find them more tolerable than traditional saunas. This direct heating means that infrared saunas can operate at a lower temperature (usually between 120°F and 140°F) compared to traditional saunas (which often run between 150°F and 180°F).
In essence, infrared saunas work by emitting infrared light waves that penetrate the skin, directly heating the body and producing a range of therapeutic effects.

The experience

Wilson Smith Runner

Sweating out all of my toxins and being able to detox my body was an amazing feeling. The whole experience was such a vibe.

Health Benefits of Infrared Sauna:

  • Detoxification: Increased sweating can help expel toxins from the body. 
  • Relaxation: The heat helps reduce stress and tension, promoting relaxation. 
  • Improved Circulation: The heat can enhance blood flow, benefiting cardiovascular health. 
  • Weight Loss: The body can burn calories while trying to cool itself, potentially supporting weight loss.
  • Skin Purification: Sweating can clear pores, leading to clearer, softer, and healthier-looking skin. 
  • Pain Relief: The heat may reduce muscle pain and ease joint stiffness. 
  • Immune Boost: The rise in body temperature can mimic a fever, potentially stimulating the immune system. 

Medical Indications for Infrared Sauna Use:

  • Chronic Pain: Some people with conditions like fibromyalgia or arthritis report relief from symptoms. 
  • Poor Circulation: Infrared therapy might help those with circulatory issues by enhancing blood flow. 
  • Skin Conditions: Conditions like psoriasis or eczema might benefit from the improved skin health after sauna use. 
  • Muscle Recovery: Athletes or those recovering from injuries might use infrared saunas to speed up recovery. 
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Some patients have reported symptom relief after infrared sauna sessions. 


  • Skin Detoxification: Sweating helps to expel impurities and toxins from the skin, leading to a clearer complexion.
  • Improved Skin Tone and Texture: Regular sauna sessions can enhance circulation to the skin, nourishing it and leading to improved skin texture and tone.
  • Reduction in Acne and Blackheads: By opening up pores and facilitating the removal of dirt and oil, infrared saunas can help reduce acne breakouts and blackheads.
  • Increased Collagen Production: The heat may stimulate collagen production, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and leading to firmer, more youthful-looking skin.
  • Reduction in Cellulite: Improved circulation and the breaking down of fat cells can potentially help in reducing the appearance of cellulite.
  • Improved Hair Health: Increased blood flow to the scalp can strengthen hair roots and potentially improve hair health.
  • Enhanced Wound Healing: Enhanced circulation can speed up the body’s natural wound-healing processes, reducing the time it takes for blemishes or minor cuts to heal.
  • Pore Tightening: After the sweating process, pores may appear tighter, giving the skin a smoother appearance.
  • Natural Glow: The combination of increased circulation and the expulsion of impurities can give the skin a fresh, natural glow post-session.
  • Reduction of Scars and Swelling: Improved blood flow can help reduce inflammation and might assist in lightening scars over time.


  • Muscle Recovery: The heat helps increase blood flow to strained muscles, speeding up the body’s natural repair processes. This can reduce soreness and inflammation after intense workouts. 
  • Joint Pain Relief: The heat can help soothe joint pain, beneficial for athletes in high-impact sports or those suffering from chronic conditions like arthritis. 
  • Increased Flexibility: Regular infrared sauna sessions can lead to enhanced flexibility, reducing the risk of strains and injuries.
  • Detoxification: Sweating helps expel toxins from the body. This can be particularly beneficial for athletes who might have lactic acid buildup or other metabolic wastes. 
  • Enhanced Endurance: Some studies suggest that hyperthermic conditioning (acclimating the body to heat) can improve cardiovascular mechanisms and increase blood flow to muscles, thus enhancing endurance during athletic performance. 
  • Stress Reduction: Infrared saunas can aid in reducing stress and cortisol levels. Lower cortisol can mean better recovery and improved performance. 
  • Improved Sleep: Quality sleep is crucial for athletic recovery. The relaxation effect from the sauna can promote deeper, more restful sleep. 
  • Boosted Immune System: By elevating the body’s core temperature, infrared saunas can mimic a mild fever, potentially stimulating the immune system. A robust immune system is vital for athletes to maintain training schedules without interruptions from illnesses. 
  • Weight Management: While most of the weight lost in a sauna is water weight (and thus temporarily), the metabolic rate can increase during a session, which might support weight loss or weight management efforts when combined with proper nutrition and exercise. 
  • Reduction in Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS): The increased circulation and detoxification processes might help reduce the intensity and duration of DOMS, allowing athletes to return to training more quickly.

However, it’s important to note a few things:

  • Not a Cure: While infrared saunas might offer relief, they shouldn’t be considered a cure for any medical condition. 
  • Consultation: Always consult with a healthcare professional before using infrared therapies, especially if you have an existing medical condition or are taking medications. 
  • Contraindications: Certain conditions, like pregnancy or severe heart conditions, might be contraindicated for sauna use.


Frequently asked questions

We recommend going with shorts, bathing suit, or in your underwear, be prepared to sweat. CEO2 Health provides towels and eucalyptus for your sauna session.

It’s important to drink a lot of water before, during and after your sauna session. We recommend rinsing off any lotions or creams on your body before your session.

You should feel very relaxed and calm, which sometimes feels like tiredness.

It’s recommended to use the sauna 3-4 days per week in order to feel the maximum benefits.

Sweat it out.