We Have a Sauna!
I’ve been thinking about adding a Far InfraRed Sauna for a while and I finally did it. It’s a two-seater, so you can bring a friend if you’d like.
Why would you want to get in a sauna? What’s it going to do for you? Let’s talk about all this. Before that, here’s a short article about some benefits.
First, this isn’t the same as the saunas I knew that were full of steam (and lots of skiers). You know what I mean. Heated rocks that you put water on. Lots of steam in the air. Hard to breathe in that humidity. Coming from Kansas City, high temperatures with high humidity was not my idea of a holiday.
Nope. These far infrared (FIR) saunas are very different. No rocks. No water. No steam. Just heat. and FIR heat is different, too. Instead of just heating the air, the FIR heats your body — penetrating your body about 2 or 3 inches. This means, among other things, that you are more likely to get relief from sore muscles when the heat is getting into the muscles. And those days in Kansas City that it’s hovering near 0° outside? The sauna warms your insides. And that feels amazing!
If that’s not enough to have you jumping in the sauna, here’s a short video showing some other benefits people have experienced from FIR saunas.
Watch for the next post with more information about health benefits. In the meantime, come in a experience it yourself. You can stay up to an hour, up to 140°, in complete privacy. Hope to see you soon.