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Turn up the heat on wellness

We’re turning up the wellness game at Katalyst Wellness with our latest addition: the infrared sauna!


(And guess what?)


We're launching it with special intro pricing for a limited time!

Purchase a 30-minute session for $36.00 (Typically $45 / session.) or a package of 4 for $130.00. (Typically $165 / session.)

Why Infrared Sauna?

The Difference


While both infrared and conventional saunas are used for detoxication and relaxation, they operate quite differently.

A study exploring the sweat composition of individuals using these saunas highlighted some interesting differences




Infrared Saunas

Sweat = 80% – 85% water + More toxins.

Use infrared heaters to warm the body directly, resulting in sweat that is 80-85% water, with the remainder consisting of toxins and other substances. Sweat from infrared sauna users contains.

  • Cholesterol
  • Fat-soluble toxins
  • Heavy metals (mercury, cadmium)
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Ammonia
  • Sodium
  • Uric acid

Conventional Saunas

Sweat = 95% – 97% water + FEWER toxins.

Typically involve steam or heated rocks, producing sweat that is 95-97% just water.

Benefits of Infrared Sauna

Imagine a treatment that not only aids in weight loss and boosts your metabolism but also offers a plethora of other health benefits.

Well, imagine no more.

Fat Burning

             – 3x a week for 30 minutes per session 

“Patients dropped an average of 4 percent body fat over a four-month period.”

Pain Reduction

             – 1x a week for 30 minutes per session for 7 weeks

“Progressive decline in pain levels of approximately 50% after 7 weeks”

Increased Athletic Recovery

             – 5x a week for 40 minutes, during an intensive training period

“Improves recovery of neuromuscular performance and shows positive effects on testosterone/cortisol ratio.”


             – 2-5x a week for 20-40 minutes, based on personal tolerance

“Sweating via Infrared heat, induces a higher % rate of toxin elimination than any other method of sweating.”

Infrared Sauna – FAQs

What is an infrared sauna?

An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light experienced as radiant heat, which is absorbed by the surface of the skin. Traditional saunas heat the air around you, while infrared saunas heat your body directly.

How does an infrared sauna work?
Infrared saunas work by using infrared light to heat your body directly instead of heating the air around you. These saunas use infrared heaters to emit infrared light, which penetrates the body’s tissues to create heat, resulting in a warm and relaxing experience.
What are the benefits of using an infrared sauna?
Some potential benefits of using an infrared sauna include detoxification, relaxation, improved circulation, pain relief, weight loss, skin purification, and an enhanced immune system. However, individual results may vary, and it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional before beginning any new wellness regimen.
Are infrared saunas safe?
Infrared saunas are generally considered safe for most people when used properly. However, it’s crucial to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use the sauna responsibly to avoid any adverse effects. People with certain medical conditions or who are pregnant should consult with a healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna.
How hot do infrared saunas get?
Infrared saunas typically operate at lower temperatures than traditional saunas, typically ranging from 120°F to 140°F (approximately 50°C to 60°C). However, despite the lower air temperature, users may still experience intense sweating and heat penetration due to the direct infrared heat.
How long should I stay in an infrared sauna?
The recommended duration for an infrared sauna session is typically between 20 to 30 minutes. However, it’s essential to listen to your body and adjust the session length based on your comfort level, especially if you’re new to sauna use.
Can I use an infrared sauna every day?
While some people may use an infrared sauna daily, it’s generally recommended to start with a few sessions per week and gradually increase the frequency as tolerated. Overusing the sauna or staying in it for extended periods can lead to dehydration and other potential health risks.
What should I wear in an infrared sauna?
It’s best to wear minimal clothing or a towel inside an infrared sauna to allow the infrared light to penetrate your skin effectively. Most people opt for bathing suits, shorts, or towels to maintain modesty and comfort during their sauna session.
Do I need to hydrate before using an infrared sauna?
Yes, it’s essential to hydrate before, during, and after using an infrared sauna. Sweating in the sauna can lead to significant fluid loss, so drinking water before and after your session helps prevent dehydration and replenishes lost fluids.
Can children use an infrared sauna?
Infrared saunas are generally not recommended for children under the age of 12 due to their smaller body size and potential sensitivity to heat. For older children and teenagers, it’s crucial to supervise their sauna use and ensure they stay hydrated and comfortable throughout the session. Additionally, consulting with a pediatrician before allowing children to use an infrared sauna is advisable.

Ready to heat things up?