top of page
A9T08989 resize.jpg

Far Infrared Sauna

Enjoy the many benefits of our private, Far Infrared Sauna. This dry heat feels amazing, and has been reported to be more comfortable than a traditional steam sauna.

Make sure to be hydrated before going into the sauna. Dry towel, cool rag, and water provided. Heat varies up to 130 degrees. Wear a bathing suit, fitness attire, or undergarments.

RATES

20 Minutes: $20

30 Minutes: $30

45 Minutes: $45

Add on a Himalayan Salt Foot Detox $5

Chromotherapy included at no additional charge.

ARE YOU DRINKING

ENOUGH WATER?

     

Are you only hydrating on days you know you will sit in the sauna? It is recommended that you drink half your body weight in ounces. Statistically, up to 75% of the American population are dehydrated. Over time, failure to drink enough water can contribute to a wide array of medical complications, from fatigue, joint pain and weight gain to headaches, ulcers, high blood pressure and kidney disease.

What is infrared sauna therapy?

Sauna therapy, which may promote temporary detoxification, is an alternative health option that may benefit the body in more natural and organic ways. Because an infrared sauna supports heat generation in the body, infrared sauna detoxification may not only eliminate chemicals and other toxins from the body but also temporarily ease soreness and allow the body and mind to fully relax. Clearlight Infrared Saunas, like ours at Wolfe Wellness, are used exclusively at the Hippocrates Health Institute. 

There’s nothing quite like a session in a sauna. You feel more relaxed and rested after you’re done, and the heat helps relieve sore muscles and improves your overall health and well-being. 

These saunas use infrared panels instead of conventional heat to easily penetrate human tissue, heating up your body before heating up the air.

Top benefits of infrared saunas

  • Clear and tighter skin

  • Improved circulation

  • Help for people with chronic fatigue syndrome

  • Improved appearance of cellulite

  • Better sleep

  • Relaxation

  • Detoxification

  • Weight loss

  • Relief from sore muscles

  • Relief from joint pain such as arthritis

How to use an infrared sauna?

  • Make sure to be hydrated before going into an infrared sauna.  One can also bring water into the sauna, especially if they are sensitive to higher heat.

  • Temperature. The suggested temperature range is from 100 degrees to 130 degrees inside a far infrared sauna. 

  • Length of time. The suggested time is 20 to 30 minutes depending on the temperature.

  • Clothing. How one dresses is a personal choice. Some people will wear bathing suits, while others prefer to go in naked.

  • What you can do while in the sauna? Relax, read, meditate, listen to music, or visit with friends.

  • After the session is over. When the session is done, it’s suggested that you take your time and let your body cool down. Once cooled down, feel free to take a shower or bath. Just make sure you are drinking plenty of water.

  • Number of sessions per week. Most facilities that offer infrared sauna treatments recommend using the sauna three to four days per week. If you are healthy and tolerate the four days, you can use the sauna daily.

Infrared Saunas Versus Traditional and Steam Saunas

The main difference between infrared saunas and traditional saunas is how they use heat. Traditional saunas use a single heater that is heating the air and this hot air heats the user.  In contrast, infrared saunas use advanced therapy to promote heat generation in the body with only a small percentage of the heat heating the air. This results in a deeper sweat and at a lower ambient air temperature. In fact, infrared saunas usually operate between 115° – 135°F, while traditional saunas can get up to 195°F.

You will get all of the relaxation benefits of a traditional infrared sauna along with the increased health benefits that infrared offers all at a much more comfortable temperature.  Infrared saunas are also dry saunas and many users find this makes for a more comfortable sauna session.

Not only are infrared saunas extremely beneficial, but they are also more efficient. The warm-up time of an infrared sauna is much quicker than a traditional sauna.

Clearlight® infrared saunas were specifically clinically tested for weight loss.   Binghamton University (SUNY) in New York used a Clearlight Premier™ IS-3 for their weight loss trial with remarkable results.

WHAT IF I AM NOT SWEATING?

   

We expect to sweat when sitting in a sauna; however you may find that you are barely wet, even when the sauna is at a high heat setting. Are still receiving the sauna detox benefits? The answer is yes! Even though your body is not drenched in sweat, your body is still detoxifying from harmful toxins.

When you sweat in an infrared sauna, like ours at Wolfe Wellness, it is different than sweating in the sun or during a workout. You will feel that your sweat is thicker because the content of the sweat is more than just water, you are sweating toxins trapped in your body. 

When you step out of the sauna, feel your skin. Is it moist? Does it feel sticky? If the answer is yes, your body is releasing toxins. 

Clearlight developed the first and only virtually no-EMF combination carbon/ceramic heaters. This patent pending process allows us to cancel out virtually all of the EMF (electromagnetic fields).

Using a laboratory grade EMF meter and measuring directly on top of our True Wave® heaters, our heaters have an average EMF output of about 2.5 milligauss (mg). Compare that to over 100mg for most of our competitors carbon based heaters. In addition, when we test where you are sitting in the sauna, there is virtually no EMF.

What makes our Far Infrared Sauna so unique?

As a leader and innovator in the infrared sauna industry for over 20 years, we have been manufacturing infrared saunas that are both luxurious and effective. While our cabins are exceptional quality, the therapeutic benefits of infrared heat are our main focus.

Over the last eight years, there has been a big debate as to whether Carbon heaters or Ceramic heaters are “better”. Carbon heaters produce high quality, long wave infrared heat, but the problem is they do not produce a lot of infrared heat – in our testing they seemed weak. Ceramic heaters are powerful and emit a lot of infrared heat, but the wavelength tended to be shorter, thus less therapeutic.

Our R&D department has ended that debate by introducing the ONLY combination Carbon/Ceramic far infrared heater. Clearlight True Wave® Far Infrared Heaters combine Carbon and Ceramic to produce healing infrared heat that is unmatched.  Our heaters are comprised of micro-thin carbon fibers (1/1000th the thickness of a human hair) combined with our patented micro fine ceramic compound for higher infrared output (emissivity). We manufacture all our heaters in our own factory in a special process with the carbon/ceramic layers alternated with layers of a woven substrate which combine under high heat and pressure to make one heater at a time. This innovative process produces a heater with tremendous output and high thermal emissivity. The heater is then tested under power for several hours and measured for the electrical draw, surface temperature, and emf output in twelve locations.

The carbon in our heaters allows the heater to produce long wave far infrared heat. This long wave infrared heat penetrates deeper into your body and the infrared heat is more readily absorbed. The ceramic in our heaters gives the heaters a very high infrared output when compared to traditional carbon heaters so we can concentrate the heat directly on your body. 

 

Basic (1).jpg
bottom of page