At Rooted in Wellness, you can enhance the release of stress and toxins with a 30 minute session in the insuite far infrared (FIR) sauna, as a sweet complement to a massage or as a standalone experience.
During your session, you'll escape the everyday world and enter a private sauna. Deep heat will soon penetrate your entire body and soften the mind's chatter. Optional chromotherapy lighting and soothing music are available at your fingertip to melt your stress away. After about 30 minutes, you'll emerge refreshed, yet deeply relaxed.
Unlike a traditional sauna, which uses steam to heat the air, the FIR panels create heat like that of the sun, minus the harmful UV rays. The penetrating warmth of the infrared sauna can support wellness on many levels:
-muscle tension release and increased flexibility
-releases toxins stored in the body
-opens nasal passages, (great for sinus issues)
-supports healthy blood circulation
-burns calories much like an exercise workout
-promotes relaxation and better sleep
1 Session for $30
3 Sessions for $75
6 Sessions for $120
*sales tax added to all services
How often can I use the sauna?
The FIR sauna can be used several times per week for most individuals.
Who should not use an infrared sauna?
While the sauna is generally safe for most individuals, there are a few medical conditions for which it is not recommended, including pregnancy, severe aortic stenosis, recent heart issues, multiple sclerosis, recent injuries. If you are taking any prescription medications, it is recommended that you consult your physician before using an infrared sauna.
What are signs and effects of toxins in the body?
Challenge losing weight, consistent fatigue even when sleeping enough, frequent headaches, moodiness, hormone imbalance, bad breath, constipation, sensitivity to scents and skin reactions could all be symptoms of toxin overload. The sauna heat can support the body releasing toxins, which can come from personal care products, air pollution, pesticides and other everyday sources.
How long is a session?
Typically sessions are 30 minutes long.
How hot is the sauna?
The temperature during a typical sauna session ranges from 120-150 degrees Fahrenheit. You have control access to adjust the temperature if you become uncomfortable. The first session may be run at a slightly lower temperature than follow-up sessions. Expect to sweat, though many people sweat only lightly the first session or two.
How do I prepare for a session?
Drink plenty of water the day of the session. Alkaline water to support detoxification will be provided during your session, but it is important to hydrate the body hours in advance, and continue to drink water following your session to support toxin flushing.
What do I wear in the sauna?
You can be completely unclothed, wear a bathing suit or sports bra and shorts (100% cotton is BEST). Towels will also be provided.
Can more than one person share a session?
Yes, the sauna can comfortably fit 2 adults
The prices shown are for one person (add a person for $10)
If a package is purchased the second person is free