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Dimly lit room with salt bricks on the walls. Wooden panel separators spaced along the perimeter of the wall.

Saunas & Therapy Rooms

Relax and recharge in our unique saunas and therapy rooms that promote an array of wellness benefits from decreasing the stiffness and tension in your body to improving blood circulation and your immune system.

Currently Unavailable Due to COVID 19 Restrictions

  • Included with day pass
  • Additional fees may apply
  • Sauna with wood panels on bottom half of walls and black stone on top half of walls.

    Charcoal Sauna

    Releases negative ions, which increases feelings of relaxation and wellbeing Learn More

  • Sauna with three rows of stadium wood seating. Wood wall panels and a large window on the left.

    Far-Infrared Sauna

    Get the health benefits of natural sunlight without the hazardous effects Learn More

  • Dimly lit sauna with a long log seat in the middle of the room. A window in the back of the room and a multi-colored tile floor.

    Ganbanyoku Sauna

    An authentic Japanese ganbanyoku, or bedrock bathing, experience in a traditional humid environment. Learn More

  • Blue and tan individual reclined sofas with pillows lining the perimeter of a white room with white tile floors.

    Halotherapy Room

    A dry salt therapy that creates a microclimate that mimics a salt cave. Learn More

  • Dimly lit room with salt bricks on the walls. Wooden panel separators spaced along the perimeter of the wall.

    Himalayan Salt Sauna

    Constructed with imported salt bricks from the pristine mountains of the Himalayas Learn More

  • Row of stone beds separated by short black panels. Each bed has a wooden head rest.

    Hot Stone Beds

    Traditional Japanese “Bedrock Bathing" Learn More

  • Room with white walls, large white benches lining the perimeter, and tan carpet.

    Ice Room

    Whole-body cryotherapy Learn More

  • Nighttime shot of a lit room with large glass windows and door. The interior of the room has wood paneling and the exterior is decorated by string lights.

    Outdoor Dry Sauna

    An outdoor sauna modeled after Finnish tradition. Learn More

  • Dimly lit sauna with clay colored tile walls and tan colored carpet.

    Red Clay Sauna

    Features 99% pure red clay imported directly from Korea Learn More

  • Round room with cream colored walls and tan carpet. Two wooden stumps for seating.

    White Clay Sauna

    Natural mud that assists in the detoxification process Learn More

Sauna with wood panels on bottom half of walls and black stone on top half of walls.

Charcoal Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • First documented use was in 3750 BC by the Ancient Egyptians
  • Well known for its medicinal uses and treatment of epilepsy, vertigo, poisoning
  • Activated charcoal is possibly the oldest method that has been used to detox
Benefits
  • Increases metabolism and energy
  • Aids in relief from headaches, backaches, and arthritis
  • Relaxes muscle stiffness, soreness, and tension
  • Relieves digestive issues, gas, and bloating
Sauna with three rows of stadium wood seating. Wood wall panels and a large window on the left.

Far-Infrared Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • Therapeutic use of far infrared rays were discovered in the 1960s
  • Japan was the only one using it for private practices until 1979 when it became public and available in the US
  • One of the most popular home therapies for overall healthier living
Benefits
  • Increases elastin and collagen in the skin to promote a more youthful complexion and improved skin texture
  • Promotes relaxation and aids in better sleep
  • Aids in muscle recovery and reduces inflammation
Dimly lit sauna with a long log seat in the middle of the room. A window in the back of the room and a multi-colored tile floor.

Ganbanyoku Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • Ganbanyoku is a traditional Japanese hot stone therapy that harnesses the restorative and healing properties of far infrared rays that are naturally emitted from the stone.
Benefits
  • Increases metabolism and energy
  • Weight loss
  • Detoxification
Blue and tan individual reclined sofas with pillows lining the perimeter of a white room with white tile floors.

Halotherapy Room

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • Can be traced back to the Grecian era
  • Halotherapy comes from the Greek word “Halos” for salt
  • Modern therapeutic use uses technology to grind purified salt into an ultra fine powder
Benefits
  • Natural decongestant, aiding in relief from allergies, stuffy noses or the common cold
  • Provides relief from irritation and itchiness associated with certain skin conditions
  • Improved physical fitness and overall wellness
Dimly lit room with salt bricks on the walls. Wooden panel separators spaced along the perimeter of the wall.

Himalayan Salt Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • Himalayan salt is known for being the purest salt on earth, rich in minerals and a natural detoxifier of the body and surrounding air
  • For centuries people have traveled to the salt caves in the base of the Himalayan Mountains to heal
Benefits
  • Stimulates the respiratory system’s natural ability to reduce inflammation, clear blockages, fight infections and reduce discomfort
  • Purifies the air and refreshes the body’s biorhythms while naturally grounding the mind, body and soul
  • Promotes weight loss, detox and balanced hormones
Row of stone beds separated by short black panels. Each bed has a wooden head rest.

Hot Stone Beds

History
  • Dates back to centuries ago when Japanese villagers would observe snow monkeys relaxing on hot volcanic stones for hours at a time
  • Heated stone beds can still be found in many modern East Asian Homes
Benefits
  • Black silica emits negative ions, which is a type of antioxidant that is reported to break down toxins in the bloodstream
  • Healthier skin tone, increased blood circulation, and improved immune system
  • Negative ions amplify the healing effect and reduces stress
  • Promotes healthier posture and body alignment
Room with white walls, large white benches lining the perimeter, and tan carpet.

Ice Room

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • The use of cold temperatures in medicine has a long history, from reducing swelling after an injury to treating abnormal skin cells
  • Cold spa therapy harnesses the power of cold temperatures to offers a full range of benefits
Benefits
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Alleviates muscle soreness and reduce the sensation of pain
  • Stimulates and revitalizes skin cells helping to slow down the skin aging process by improving skin elasticity
Nighttime shot of a lit room with large glass windows and door. The interior of the room has wood paneling and the exterior is decorated by string lights.

Outdoor Dry Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • It is said there are approximately 2 million saunas for the Finnish population of 5 million
  • Many of these saunas are located outdoors or close to the outdoors as possible
  • Finnish sauna sessions are traditionally finished with a jump into cold water or a roll in the snow
Benefits
  • Protects against cardiovascular disease
  • Aids in muscle recovery
  • Reduces stress and improves sleep
Dimly lit sauna with clay colored tile walls and tan colored carpet.

Red Clay Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • Used for over 1500 years for health and beauty purposes
  • Mined from deposits made by volcanic activity and geothermic changes in the soil
  • Traced back to Rome and Egypt
Benefits
  • Acts as a mood booster
  • Increases mental energy and improves alertness
  • Revitalizes cell metabolism
  • Promotes deeper sleep and improved digestion
Round room with cream colored walls and tan carpet. Two wooden stumps for seating.

White Clay Sauna

Temporarily Unavailable
History
  • First discovered in China and easily found all around the world
  • Used in pottery, medicine, cosmetics, skin protection creams
  • Also applied to wounds to stop bleeding and swelling
Benefits
  • Removes toxins, heavy metals, impurities, and chemicals
  • Helps the body absorb oxygen more efficiently by emitting negative ions
  • Speeds up the oxidation of serotonin
  • Grounds and balances the nervous system
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