Hot sauna therapy involves sitting in a heated room, typically a sauna, to induce sweating and promote various health benefits. Saunas have been used for centuries in different cultures as a means of relaxation, detoxification, and overall well-being.

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Also known as contrast hydrotherapy, is a popular wellness treatment that involves alternating between hot and cold temperatures to help improve circulation, reduce inflammation, boost immunity, and promote relaxation.

During a contrast therapy session, individuals typically start by spending a few minutes in our sauna to raise their body temperature and induce sweating. This helps to relax muscles, open up the pores, and detoxify the body. After spending time in the sauna, the person then moves to one of our amazing cold plunge tubs to constrict blood vessels and reduce inflammation. This rapid change in temperature is believed to improve circulation, stimulate the nervous system, and enhance recovery after exercise or injury.

The alternating hot and cold temperatures in contrast therapy create a “pumping” effect on the blood vessels, which can help to flush out toxins, increase oxygen flow to the muscles, and stimulate the release of endorphins. This can lead to a feeling of rejuvenation, increased energy, and improved overall well-being.

While contrast therapy can have many benefits, it is important to consult with a medical professional before starting a new wellness routine, especially if you have any pre-existing health conditions or concerns. It is also important to listen to your body and not overdo it with extreme temperatures. Starting with shorter periods of time in the hot and cold environments and gradually increasing the duration as your body adapts is recommended.

Overall, sauna and cold immersion contrast therapy can be a refreshing and invigorating experience that can help to improve both physical and mental health.


Detoxification: Sweating in a sauna helps the body eliminate toxins through the skin, promoting detoxification and cleansing of the body.

Relaxation and stress relief: The heat and humidity in a sauna can help relax muscles, reduce tension, and promote a sense of calm and relaxation.

Improved circulation: The heat in a sauna helps dilate blood vessels and improve circulation, which can benefit cardiovascular health and overall blood flow.

Enhanced skin health: Saunas can help open up pores, promote sweating, and improve blood flow to the skin, leading to improved skin tone and texture.

Muscle and joint pain relief: The heat from a sauna can help relax muscles, reduce inflammation, and alleviate pain in muscles and joints, making it beneficial for conditions like arthritis and muscle soreness.

Immune system support: Sauna therapy may help boost the immune system by increasing circulation, promoting detoxification, and supporting overall health and well-being.

Improved respiratory health: Sauna therapy can help loosen congestion, open up airways, and promote easier breathing, making it beneficial for respiratory conditions like asthma and bronchitis.

It is important to note that while sauna therapy can be beneficial for many people, it may not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, or pregnancy, should consult with a healthcare provider before using a sauna. Additionally, it is important to stay hydrated and listen to your body’s signals while using a sauna to avoid overheating.
Overall, hot sauna therapy can be a relaxing and invigorating experience that may offer a variety of health benefits when practiced safely and responsibly.

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