All sessions are 30-minutes.
Each Infrared Sauna session you are sweating a good bit, some more than others. The sweat produced is about 80% water, 20% toxins so it is important that before, during and after each sauna detox session you drink plenty of water, at least 24 ounces, to rehydrate.
Listen to your body and take care not to overheat during your first few sessions. If you are feeling lightheaded or uncomfortable, simply slide the lightweight top down to expose your chest and arms to cooler air. Alternatively, you can end your session at any time by sliding the top down and slowly stepping out of the sauna.
The optimal sauna temperature is 100°F to 130°F. Temperatures in this range allow for maximum concentration of infrared (IR) wavelengths. IR Wavelengths are the key to delivering the many health benefits of using a sauna, including detox, pain relief, skin purification, weight loss and stress relief. If you become too hot at any point during your session, you can always make adjustments: Adjust your pod's temperature, push the top back for cooler air, or end your session early. Again - listen to your body!
Our Infrared Sauna suites are private rooms. Please wear what feels most comfortable for you or nothing at all. Each suite has an area to hang your clothes, towels to dry off and cold towels to cool down. Enjoy deep relaxation with aromatherapy, custom lighting and tranquil music. The sauna studio also has two private showers if you need to clean off before heading to another engagement.
Infrared Sauna sessions can be booked every day. To achieve maximum health benefits, it is recommended to enjoy an Infrared Sauna session 3-4 times a week.
At MELT we use Sunlighten Infrared Solo System saunas. Please review a full list of contraindications provided by the Sunlighten manufacturer and consult your physician before using an infrared sauna.
Please consult a physician prior to use if you have any of these conditions or any chronic disease associated with reduced ability to sweat or perspire.
The magnets used to assemble our saunas can interrupt the pacing and inhibit the output of pacemakers. Anyone with an implant should consult their physician before using infrared saunas.
Individuals who are using prescription drugs such as diuretics, barbiturates, beta-blockers, anticholinergics, and intihistamines should consult a physician before using infrared saunas.
Individuals with a fever should not use infrared saunas until fever subsides.
Elderly individuals and children may need to operate saunas at a lower temperature.
Pregnant women should consult a physician before using an infrared sauna.
Because the use of alcohol, drugs, or medications prior to a sauna session may lead to unconsciousness, individuals under the influence will not be permitted in the sauna.
Although there is no risk associated with infrared saunas and implants, Individuals with any implants should consult their physician prior to using.
Infrared saunas should be avoided by anyone who is predisposed to bleeding.