(This was updated in October 2018 for more up-to-date and accurate answers)
We’re not all lucky enough to have a sauna at home.
This means that if you’re paying hard earned money to spend time in one somewhere else, you need to know how to get the most out of a sauna and get real bang for your buck.
No matter the type you use – although we do love a traditional home sauna– you can follow these sauna tips and tricks to get the most out of your sessions.
Continue reading “15 Sauna Tips to Revolutionise Your Sessions”
We hear about the benefits of Infra Red Saunas all the time but what makes them different and so beneficial to your health
Some of the benefits might sound too good to be true, but the effects of infrared sauna use have been supported by scientists for years. During the experience, infrared heat and light is used to warm our skin and body, which raises the bodies temperature and causes sweating faster than a traditional sauna or spa session may.
Continue reading “Infrared Sauna Infographic: “Go Ga Ga Over Infrared””
Now that January has hit, and we no longer have Christmas festivities to brighten these dreary winter days, we need something new to give us our sparkle. No doubt most of us are feeling pretty sluggish and not our fittest and healthiest selves after several weeks of indulgent parties, dinners and nights out, never mind the endless supply of office chocolate within arm’s reach of your desk…
Continue reading “The amazing detoxifying benefits of infrared saunas”
In short, an infrared sauna uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light which our bodies then experience as radiant heat, which is absorbed by the surface of our skin.
Many of the traditional saunas heat the body both by conduction and convection from a combination of heated air and radiation of the heated surfaces in the sauna room, and can’t prove to be as or more effective than the infrared sort. Continue reading “Infrared Saunas: The Growing Health Craze (Infographic)”