A Far Infrared Sauna uses special heaters installed in a wooden sauna to generate infrared rays (the invisible part of the natural electromagnetic light spectrum) to deeply penetrate the skin and stimulate whole body cellular detoxification.
Since the human body emits its own infrared energy, this is a natural process. The far infrared energies from the sauna's heaters augment the body's healing mechanisms allowing toxins and pollutants stored in fat cells to be dissolved and washed away through natural body functions.
One spends a half hour in the well-lit, wooden sauna. Patients report feeling warm, relaxed and rejuvenated.
Detoxification has been known to improve immune system health by increasing the production of white blood cells and killer T-cells.
Other benefits may include relief from pain, chemical sensitivity, brain fog, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, rheumatoid arthritis, anxiety, depression and heavy metal poisoning.
Recommendations: Dr. Jordan recommends this therapy for everyone looking to purify their physical being, but especially for those with weight issues, hormonal symptoms, arthritis, fibromyalgia, muscle pains or aches, heavy metals (from past or present existence of mercury fillings), brain fog or memory problems, and cold hands or feet. General recommendations are for 1 to 3 treatments per week for 3 to 5 weeks depending on the number and severity of symptoms. Dr. Jordan also recommends a maintenance program of 1 session per month once well being has been achieved to prevent the increase of toxin levels. To further cleanse the body always drink plenty of water before, during, and after your sessions. Packages: OWC offers packages to make our Far Infrared Sauna available to everyone. They are:
Package 1: 5 sessions for $125 ($25 savings)
Package 2: 10 sessions for $240 ($60 savings)
All Far Infrared Sauna sessions take 30 minutes. A single session is $30. After a soothing session in our Far Infrared Sauna, why not experience a therapeutic massage from one of our highly trained, licensed massage therapists?