Infrared saunas are an effective tool for natural healing and prevention. Infrared light has the ability to penetrate human tissue which in turn produces a host of anti-aging benefits for overall healthy living.  The heat stimulates the cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune systems.  This produces a deep, therapeutic perspiration to release toxins, burn calories, and relax muscles.

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    Sol is 1 person session.  Sol Mate is 2 person session.

    Enjoy 40 minutes in a 3-seater sauna within a locked private room.  We provide a towel to sit on, one to use and a small refreshing eucalyptus towel for after your session.  Wear swimwear or use a towel.

    Choose your temperature. Listen to meditative music, an upbeat station or sit in silence. Sweating starts within 20 minutes and deep sweating happens with multiple sessions.  Loose clothing to change into afterwards is suggested.

    Included in our infrared saunas is chromotherapy. Light Therapy is a great way to revitalize and energize.

    Stay hydrated. The sauna can be considered a passive workout as well as a healing experience, and replenishing yourself is a must.



    Chromotherapy in St. Louis

    Chromotherapy, or color therapy, is the science of using colors to keep the body in balance.

    RED: Increases physical energy, stamina, grounding, spontaneity, stability, and passion

    ORANGE: Stimulates creativity, productivity, pleasure, optimism, enthusiasm, and emotional expression

    YELLOW: Increases fun, humor, lightness, personal power, intellect, logic, and creativity

    GREEN: Supports balance, harmony, love, social nature, and acceptance

    BLUE: Increase calmness, communication, honesty, self-expression, and appreciation for beauty

    VIOLET: Stimulates intuition, imagination, self-knowledge, meditation, and artistic qualities



    Take your health and wellness to the next level with an infrared sauna in St. Louis. Below are forms and benefit details.  Please review waiver to make sure you are eligible for sauna therapy (bring to appt or arrive 10 minutes early to fill out).  Check out our spa etiquette (Sweatiquette) for best experience for all. Read through the benefits.  We encourage you to research and read wellness content from trusted sources to understand what benefits you are looking to receive.

    Sol Sweat Waiver 2018 PDF (pdf)


    Sweatiquette (pdf)


    WEBSITE Benefits Page (pdf)



    What is difference between Sol and Sol Mate?

    All saunas are 3-seaters, so they fit 2 people comfortably.  Many people enjoy their alone time and book a Sol (1 person). Others love coming together for a Sol Mate (2 people in one sauna). If you have a Sol package, you can upgrade to a Sol Mate Session for $10.

    Booking on the hour and how long is a session?

    We have 3 sauna rooms. Operationally, we currently book on top of the hour so clients can enjoy a full 40 minutes.  We allot a couple minutes to get in sauna and approximately 5 minutes to change afterwards to keep on schedule.  If arriving late, we may have to deduct time. If you want more time after session to get ready, you can reduce time in sauna.

    Do you have showers and changing rooms?

    The private sauna room is the changing room.  We don't have additional space to change so please make sure you are comfortable if you book a Sol Mate session.  We do not offer showers.  It is recommended to let the body cool down and pores close for at least 30 minutes after session before showering.

    What do I wear?

    The more skin exposed to the infrared, the better.  Most Sol sessions use a towel only. Some Sol Mates prefer to use loose clothing, minimal athletic wear, or a swimsuit.  You may want to bring loose clothes to change into.  We offer 1 towel each which is sufficient for most clients. You can rent additional for $2 or bring your own if you require more.

    How often should I visit? Will I sweat first session?

    To truly detox and get optimal results, it is recommended to come 2-3 times per week (Try our 3 month package with 20 sessions).  One time will help relieve stress and pain.  The majority of clients come 1-2 times per month for maintenance and self-care. It is a deeper sweat, so you won't necessarily notice the sweat until later in your session or after a few visits

    Difference between infrared and traditional sauna?

    The difference is the heat source. The average temperature of the infrared sauna is 125-140 degrees and heats the body.  The client can control the temperature.  The traditional sauna uses electric or hot rocks to heat the air to 175 degrees plus.  The purpose of infrared sauna is to give you maximum benefits at a lower temperature.