Infrared saunas use infrared light, rather than air temperature, to heat your body directly and raise your core body temperature. This produces a much deeper, more detoxifying sweat that helps your body purge toxins and rejuvenates your entire body. 

Exposure to dry heat in the controlled environment of a sauna increases your heart rate and widens your blood vessels, giving you a “passive cardio” workout that helps strengthen your heart. This increase in circulation provides benefits to your entire body including increased immunity function, faster muscle recovery time after workout or injury, reduced pain, and increased metabolic rate. 

Infrared therapy envelops your body in a soothing warmth, allowing you to not only relax your body, but also calm your mind and reduce mental stress. Each session in our private sauna room in our Meridian location is comfortable and relaxing. You can use the time to meditate, listen to music, listen to a book, listen to a podcast, or just relax. 

We recommend scheduling your sauna session to reserve your spot. Call our office at (208) 385-7711 to book your session!

Single Sauna Session

Current Patients
1st Session (15 minutes) – Free!
Additional Sessions  – $20

Non-Patients
1st Session (15 minutes) – $10
Additional Sessions – $20

Sauna Multiple Session Packages

Buy 3, Get the 4th Free – $45
5 Session Package – $75
10 Session Package – $120

Instructions for the Infrared Sauna

Step 1: Hydrate

The day before and the day of your infrared sauna session, make sure you increase your water intake. The sweat produced in an infrared sauna is 80 – 85% water, so it is very important to drink plenty of water before, during, and after your sauna detox session.

Step 2: Set Time Limits

The amount of time spent in a sauna session may vary depending on your tolerance level. To get your body accustomed to infrared therapy, start with 10 – 15 minute sessions. Gradually increase towards 40 minute sessions in the optimal temperature range. 

Listen to your body! Be aware of excessive sweating. If you begin to feel symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, or light-headedness during your sauna session, please exit the sauna. 

Step 3: Find a Comfortable Temperature

Preheat the sauna and begin your session when the sauna reaches 100° F. The optimal sauna experience occurs between 100° F and 130° F.

Step 4: Rinse Off

After each sauna session, dry off with a towel and rinse off in the shower. It is best to rinse off in cool water for 5 – 10 minutes.

Step 5: Hydrate Again

Reminder: You can never have enough water, especially after a 40-minute sweat session. 

Must-Knows for Your Session

  • Wear light active clothing or a swimsuit. Do NOT enter the sauna naked.
  • Do NOT wear shoes into the sauna. 
  • Lay a towel down on the bench before starting your session.