“Regular use of a sauna may be as effective a means of cardiovascular conditioning and burning calories as regular exercise”
- The Journal of the American Medical Association
Your body’s natural response to heat is to cool itself. Your own air-conditioning system burns energy: lots of energy. 30 minutes of infrared sauna use can expend up to 600 calories; 50 minutes can burn up to 900 calories!
By raising your body’s core temperature, sauna stimulates your metabolism, producing a high calorie burn. And the only step you have to take is walking into the sauna.
Your wellness ally: the warmth of the sun.
Many regularly use sauna to improve sleep, shed unwanted pounds, reduce or eliminate pain and improve circulation.
Dr. Masao Nakamura of the O&P Medical Clinic in Japan has reported success with the use of infrared heat for whiplash, sciatica, arthritis, joint stiffness, insomnia, acne, gastroenteric problems and menopause.
We recommend a regularly scheduled routine of sauna sessions, coupled with regular hydration. We also recommend you start a 'wellness' diary to track your continued progress.