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Infrared Therapy

Infrared Sauna West London Notting Hill

What is Infrared therapy?

An Infrared Sauna is a small cabin that emits infrared heat instead of steam. Unlike traditional saunas that make you sweat 95% water, the Infrared can trigger 80-85% water through your skin, with the remaining 15-20% made up of heavy metals, sulphuric acid, sodium, ammonia, uric acid and fat-soluble toxins! This ‘deep sweat’ only occurs through this type of heat and can get rid of nasty chemicals in your body, leaving you feeling like a brand new person again.

What are the infrared sauna benefits?

The Infrared Sauna promotes wellness and beauty, helping with pain relief (regional and chronic), weight loss, improved energy, stress reduction, high blood pressure and it also boosts collagen for a more youthful appearance.

Kenneth McLeod, professor of bioengineering at Binghamton University in New York, has gone on record saying that Infrared Sauna use can lead to significant changes in body weight after just two weeks of use.

Other benefits include:

  • Detoxification
  • Skin purification
  • Immune system support
  • Increased endurance - due to increased blood flow
  • Muscle growth - the release of “heat shock proteins” attack free radicals and promote cellular repair
  • Muscle recovery - by releasing muscle tension and reducing pain and inflammation
  • Infrared Sauna | 30 minutes: £55

    Infrared Sauna 30 minutes + Access to the Sauna, Steam and Salt Room: £70

    Infrared Sauna | Course of 10: £495


    Frequently Asked Questions

    Who should not use an Infrared Sauna?

    Please avoid the sauna in the event of fever, acute infections, inflammations, fresh injuries, thrombosis, when under the influence of alcohol and drugs, if pregnant, have hypertension, epilepsy, scars on your back or after sunbathing. Please consult with your doctor before attending. Note that this is not a quick fix treatment, most clients get the best results with monthly treatments to complement their fitness or detox regime.

    How big are the infrared saunas?

    We have a one-person infrared sauna cabin in a private room with a separate shower.

    How hot does it get inside?

    The air temperature in the cabin is between 25°C and 50°C. Within this temperature range, heat absorption and heat dissipation in an unclothed human body 'at rest' are in balance.

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