Our Infrared Saunas

What sets our saunas apart:

  • Infrared heat delivery

Unlike traditional saunas which use steam or dry heat to warm the air, infrared saunas use infrared light waves to directly heat the body. This means a more comfortable environment with a deeper penetration of warmth, allowing you to enjoy all the benefits without the extreme heat of a conventional sauna.

  • Full-body Red Light Therapy

Our Red Light Therapy is nestled vertically on the corners of each sauna to reach the full length of your body

  • Color Light Therapy

In Chromatherapy, each color benefits certain physical or emotional aspects. (More info about each color and its benefits below).

Benefits

Infrared saunas offer a multitude of health benefits, ranging from physical wellness to mental relaxation:

Detoxification

Infrared saunas help your body eliminate toxins more effectively and efficiently. The deep penetration of infrared heat increases your core body temperature, leading to a deeper, more detoxifying sweat.

Improved Circulation

The heat from the infrared saunas promotes blood flow similar to that seen during exercise. Regular infrared sauna use stimulates blood flow, improves muscle recovery, and decreases pain and inflammation.

Increased Metabolism

Regular use of our infrared sauna may aid weight loss efforts by increasing the metabolism and burning calories, much like a workout.

Skin Health

The profuse sweating achieved in the infrared sauna helps clear bacteria out of the epidermal layer and sweat ducts, promoting healthier skin and improving tone, elasticity, texture, and color.

Relaxation and Stress Relief

An infrared sauna session is a great way to unwind and relax. The gentle heat helps balance your body’s level of cortisol, your body’s primary stress hormone, allowing for better mental health management.

Pain Relief

Infrared heat penetrates tissue, joints, and muscles, helping to relieve anything from minor aches and pains to chronic pain conditions.

Immune Boost

By raising your body’s core temperature, infrared saunas stimulate the production of white blood cells, strengthening your immune system and making you more resistant to illness.

Color Light Therapy

Color Light therapy, also know as Chromotherapy, is a technique of restoring balance by means of applying color to the body.

boise saunaLight Therapy has been reported, as part of a healthy lifestyle, to temporarily reduce swelling, relieve pain, decrease inflammation, accelerate open wound healing and greatly reduce overall recovery after medical/surgical procedures. Patients have demonstrated increased range of motion, decreased muscle tension and spasm, and improved circulation.

Rejuvenating LED light therapy can be used for temporary pain management such as joint and back pain, sore or torn muscles, sprains, arthritis, post-surgical scars, burns, wounds and more. When used with infrared technology, light therapy (phototherapy) is one of the most effective and noninvasive ways to improve overall wellness.

Light therapy is also used to temporarily relieve Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD effects individuals when the lack of sunlight results in seasonal depression. Phototherapy helps with SAD by resetting the internal biological clock (Circadian rhythms), helping individuals sleep better and regulate their mood.

Light therapy uses colors for their proposed wellness abilities in treating emotional and physical disturbances. Light therapy is based on the premise that different colors evoke different responses in people. For example, some colors are considered to be stimulating, whereas others may be soothing.

Red

Red is called “The Great Energizer.”

Associated with energy and stimulation. Helps with fatigue, colds, sluggish circulation, and to stimulate the senses. Also found in Red Light Therapy.

Orange

Orange is associated with joy, happiness, and creativity. It may be used to help with digestive discomforts, muscle cramps, and depression.

Yellow

Yellow is thought to stimulate the nervous system, help with learning, and inspire positive feelings. It may be used for conditions like indigestion, skin problems, and to help strengthen the body.

Green

Green is the universal healing color. Green is associated with harmony, growth, and balance. It’s often used for stress relief, to help with heart conditions, and to promote a sense of calm and relaxation.

Blue

Blue is connected with communication, peace, and healing. It’s often used to soothe illnesses and treat pain, especially for conditions involving the throat or mouth.

Indigo

Indigo is associated with intuition, meditation, and understanding. It’s often used to help with conditions involving the eyes, ears, and nose, and for mental health conditions like depression or anxiety.

Violet

Violet is connected with spiritual awareness and intuition. It’s often used for relaxation, to inspire creativity, and for conditions related to the head and scalp. Leonardo da Vinci proclaimed that you can increase the power of meditation ten fold by meditating under the gentle rays of violet, as found in church windows.

 

*Color therapy has been suggested for many uses, based on tradition or on scientific theories. Consult with a health care provider before using color therapy for any use.

Color Light therapy, also know as Chromotherapy, is a technique of restoring balance by means of applying color to the body. Its history is rooted as far back as the Mayan culture.

Color is light split into different wavelengths vibrating at different speeds and at different frequencies. Objects that ABSORB all wavelengths and DO NOT reflect are black in nature. Objects that REFLECT all wavelengths and DO reflect are white in nature. Between black and white lies COLOR. Colors are wavelengths of energy that, to us, appear as color because of the potential and capabilities of the object to either absorb or reflect the energy.

In India, Ayurveda, an ancient form of medicine practiced for thousands of years, is based on the idea that every individual contains five elements of the universe which are present in specific proportions unique to each individual, including their personality type and constitution. When these elements are out of balance, Ayurveda works with the energies inherent in the colors of the spectrum to restore this balance.

In ancient Egypt the art of healing with color was founded in the Hermetic tradition, the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks used colored minerals, stones, crystals, salves, and dyes as remedies, and painted treatment sanctuaries in various shades of color.

In China, traditional Chinese medicine incorporates color to be associated with each organ and elemental system. This healing method looks at the idea that every individual is a balance. The first color wheel was invented by Sir Isaac Newton. He split white sunlight into red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, and blue. He then joined the two ends of the color spectrum together to show the natural progression of colors.

Light Therapy has been valued throughout history as a remarkable source of healing.

Today, the therapeutic applications of light and color are being investigated in major hospitals and research centers worldwide. Results indicate that full-spectrum, ultraviolet, colored, and laser light can have therapeutic value for a range of conditions from chronic pain and depression to immune disorders.

Wellness Benefits

boise saunaLight Therapy has been reported, as part of a healthy lifestyle, to temporarily reduce swelling, relieve pain, decrease inflammation, accelerate open wound healing and greatly reduce overall recovery after medical/surgical procedures. Patients have demonstrated increased range of motion, decreased muscle tension and spasm, and improved circulation.

Rejuvenating LED light therapy can be used for temporary pain management such as joint and back pain, sore or torn muscles, sprains, arthritis, post-surgical scars, burns, wounds and more. When used with infrared technology, light therapy (phototherapy) is one of the most effective and noninvasive ways to improve overall wellness.

Light therapy is also used to temporarily relieve Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD effects individuals when the lack of sunlight results in seasonal depression. Phototherapy helps with SAD by resetting the internal biological clock (Circadian rhythms), helping individuals sleep better and regulate their mood.

Healing With Color

Light therapy uses colors for their proposed wellness abilities in treating emotional and physical disturbances. Light therapy is based on the premise that different colors evoke different responses in people. For example, some colors are considered to be stimulating, whereas others may be soothing.

Red

Red is called “The Great Energizer.”

Associated with energy and stimulation. Helps with fatigue, colds, sluggish circulation, and to stimulate the senses. Also found in Red Light Therapy.

Orange

Orange is associated with joy, happiness, and creativity. It may be used to help with digestive discomforts, muscle cramps, and depression.

Yellow

Yellow is thought to stimulate the nervous system, help with learning, and inspire positive feelings. It may be used for conditions like indigestion, skin problems, and to help strengthen the body.

Green

Green is the universal healing color. Green is associated with harmony, growth, and balance. It’s often used for stress relief, to help with heart conditions, and to promote a sense of calm and relaxation.

Blue

Blue is connected with communication, peace, and healing. It’s often used to soothe illnesses and treat pain, especially for conditions involving the throat or mouth.

Indigo

Indigo is associated with intuition, meditation, and understanding. It’s often used to help with conditions involving the eyes, ears, and nose, and for mental health conditions like depression or anxiety.

Violet

Violet is connected with spiritual awareness and intuition. It’s often used for relaxation, to inspire creativity, and for conditions related to the head and scalp. Leonardo da Vinci proclaimed that you can increase the power of meditation ten fold by meditating under the gentle rays of violet, as found in church windows.

 

*Color therapy has been suggested for many uses, based on tradition or on scientific theories. Consult with a health care provider before using color therapy for any use.

The History of Color Light Therapy

Color Light therapy, also know as Chromotherapy, is a technique of restoring balance by means of applying color to the body. Its history is rooted as far back as the Mayan culture.

Color is light split into different wavelengths vibrating at different speeds and at different frequencies. Objects that ABSORB all wavelengths and DO NOT reflect are black in nature. Objects that REFLECT all wavelengths and DO reflect are white in nature. Between black and white lies COLOR. Colors are wavelengths of energy that, to us, appear as color because of the potential and capabilities of the object to either absorb or reflect the energy.

In India, Ayurveda, an ancient form of medicine practiced for thousands of years, is based on the idea that every individual contains five elements of the universe which are present in specific proportions unique to each individual, including their personality type and constitution. When these elements are out of balance, Ayurveda works with the energies inherent in the colors of the spectrum to restore this balance.

In ancient Egypt the art of healing with color was founded in the Hermetic tradition, the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks used colored minerals, stones, crystals, salves, and dyes as remedies, and painted treatment sanctuaries in various shades of color.

In China, traditional Chinese medicine incorporates color to be associated with each organ and elemental system. This healing method looks at the idea that every individual is a balance. The first color wheel was invented by Sir Isaac Newton. He split white sunlight into red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, and blue. He then joined the two ends of the color spectrum together to show the natural progression of colors.

Light Therapy has been valued throughout history as a remarkable source of healing.

Today, the therapeutic applications of light and color are being investigated in major hospitals and research centers worldwide. Results indicate that full-spectrum, ultraviolet, colored, and laser light can have therapeutic value for a range of conditions from chronic pain and depression to immune disorders.

red light therapy

Red Light Therapy

Red Light Therapy is used to help promote healthy cell growth and regeneration. Red light therapy works by using red low-level wavelengths of light to reduce oxidative stress and stimulate the production of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) in cells by penetrating approximately 5 millimeters below the skin’s surface. This effect helps strengthen the mitochondria and increase cell energy to improve performance of cells.