Renew Massage Studio is excited to offer reservations for our new Infrared Sauna. Appointments are available online or you can call our front desk at 303-990-0841 to book a 30 or 45-minute session.
30 minute session – $25
45 minute session – $35
Are you interested in detoxification, relaxation, and increased circulation? Have you been searching for a way to burn calories without adding pressure to your achy joints and muscles? If so, infrared sauna therapy could be the missing link in achieving your optimal health. Infrared saunas help your body release a number of toxins and environmental chemicals. Infrared saunas can also help you achieve your ideal weight, relax, relieve unwanted pain, increase your circulation, and purify your skin.
In all situations, proper hydration is a primary requirement for IR sauna use. Drinking plenty of fluids is recommended before, during and after infrared sauna use.
Far Infrared Sauna Benefits
With a little common sense and by following a few precautionary guidelines, Infrared Sauna Therapy is a safe and pleasurable way to maintain and improve your overall health and wellbeing. The light energy spectrum emitted by a far-infrared saunas offers an astounding range of therapeutic benefits for a responsible health maintenance program.
- Weight loss and increased metabolism
- Muscle pain relief
- Immune system boost
- Improves the appearance of cellulite
- Ease joint pain and stiffness
- Stress and fatigue reduction
- Improves skin
IR Sauna Safety – Precautions & Contraindications
DO NOT attempt to self-treat any disease with an IR Sauna without direct supervision of a certified physician. If you have a disease, be certain to consult with your primary-care physician before use. Creating a cure for or treating any disease is not implied and should not be inferred as such.
The following list has areas of precautions that you should consider before using an infrared sauna. Please seek the advice of a medical professional if any of these apply to you.
- Heat sensitivity
- Recent injury
- Pregnant or lactating women
- Artificial implants, stents, and pacemakers
- Menstrual flow
- Prescription drugs
- Bleeding disorders
- Elderly or young children
- High blood pressure
- Alcohol consumption
- Heart disease