Bringing the Spa Home
Reap the Many Benefits of Far Infrared Saunas
Infared saunas are revolutionizing the way people think about personal health and relaxation, allowing homeowners to indulge in a spa-like experience in the privacy and convenience of their own homes. With an attractive variety of models to suit any home and a range of exciting features from radios, DVD players, and cup holders to a luxury lights package, all-glass doors, and red cedar or hemlock wood options, experiencing the healing power of the sun—no matter what time it is—has never been easier.
The Benefits of Technology
The human body, like the sun, already emits infrared heat. The installation of an infrared sauna allows you to enjoy all the comforts of the sun without the damaging effects of its ultraviolet rays. An infrared sauna matches the frequency of our bodies, allowing the radiant heat to be absorbed up to 1.5 inches below the skin to heat fat cells and penetrate muscles. While a conventional sauna can reach temperatures ranging from 160 to 180 degrees F or more and only causes surface perspiration, infrared saunas operate at a more comfortable level (between 118 and 150 degrees F) and act as a therapy unit rather than just a heat or sweat sauna.
Because the body absorbs far infrared heat, infrared saunas have more than just a detoxifying effect. They are also used as a natural, holistic way to help treat an endless list of ailments, diseases, and other problems, including weight loss (can burn up to 600-900 calories during a 30-minute session), skin purification (psoriasis, eczema, acne, etc.), heart disease, muscle pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and joint stiffness. Far infrared heat acts as an anti-inflammatory to acute injuries and is also recommended for people with heart conditions who can’t withstand the higher temperatures of traditional saunas.
Panel Heating vs. Rod Heating
Bring the health club home with an attractive infrared sauna boasting Green Wave heating panels for maximum efficiency and comfort. Offering a broad distribution of heat and a greater amount of absorption, the heater’s total effective surface area (572 sq. in.) far exceeds that of common heating rods and coils (ranging from 26-56 sq. in.).
Despite what you may have heard about conventional saunas, with today’s selection of personal infrared saunas, there is a model to fit large and small budgets, as well as a design to suit any space, whether you have a small patio or a basement corner that needs filling. With three state-of-the-art models from Coastal Saunas, including the Malibu, Newport, and Hollywood designs, there’s a unit t one person or five.
For more information, you can call Coastal Saunas, distributing throughout the U.S. and Canada,
at 1-800-327-5122. Family-owned and operated, they have been dedicated to offering exceptional customer service since 2000. They have ISO 9001 certification plus CE certification. You may also visit them online at www.coastalsaunas.com