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Combining full spectrum infrared light + chromotherapy

Infrared Sauna

Infrared sauna

Transform your wellness as you relax and unwind in our Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna. Unlike traditional saunas, our Infrared Sauna is a more comfortable heat that can penetrate warmth deep into the joints, muscles, and tissues. This type of warming of the body helps to increase circulation, promote oxygen flow throughout the blood stream, enhance and improve cardiovascular and lymphatic systems, and can promote healing throughout the whole body.

Infrared sauna can provide a range of health benefits, one of the most desired benefits when using our sauna is the natural pain relief you can achieve. Just one session can help to reduce pain levels by up to 70%. The warming heat will help to relax the body, reducing muscle spasms, muscle tension, and inflammation, by promoting circulation and detoxification throughout the body. Inflammation is also reduced by relieving its core triggers, such as toxins and stress.

With consistent sauna use, a range of health benefits can be achieved including improvements in pain relief, reducing inflammation, muscle recovery, sleep, relaxation, skin health, cardio health and more. Using a sauna is similar to exercise, doing it once is good for your health, but for long-term results, you need consistency. That’s why we recommend including sauna visits as a regular part of your health and wellness routine. In just a 30 min session, you will feel an immediate sense of relaxation, as tension and stress melt away, circulation and the detoxification pathway are stimulated, and you are left feeling relaxed, revitalised and glowing. Scroll down to read more of the benefits and our prices.

Sauna Prices

All sessions are 30 min in length with towels, cold washers and essential products provided. Our sauna host will be available to answer questions and ensure a tranquil, safe and clean environment 

2024 Prices:
1x Single visit - $35
1x Double visit - $40 (2ppl)

5x Pack - $135*
(*save $40 - 3 month expiry)

Treatment + Sauna packages - add a sauna session on the end of a treatment for only an additional $20. Please contact reception via email to book.


What is included

Your sauna session will include a brief consultation with our sauna attendant who will curate each session to meet your desired outcomes, as well as provide information on how to use, safety, and how to achieve maximum health benefits.

Your sauna will be preheated and programmed prior to your arrival for a quick & efficient outcome.

Your session includes

3 towels (pre-set for comfort and hygiene) 1 sweat towel 1 hot & 2 cold face washers to wipe body pre and post sauna Bluetooth speaker access Use of essential daily products (toner, face mist, deodorant, dry shampoo) We undertake a deep clean and sanitisation after each client

What should I wear & bring?

Minimal clothing is recommended and breathable fibres are best. Swimwear or running shorts and a crop top are popular choices. Underwear is fine but best to bring a fresh pair to change in to afterwards. Hydration is imperitive on sauna days, please bring your water bottle with you to stay hydrated during your session.

What does it feel like?

The first thing people notice is a stress-relieving relaxation of the muscles. Tension melts away and the deep penetrating warmth is very soothing to aches and pains. With regular use, you feel the benefits of a deep, healthy sweat that purifies your body and improves circulation.


How does it work?

The IR Sauna is our newest addition to Body Align Myotherapy & Massage clinic. An experience that allows you to relax, reconnect and re-align while also enhancing your physical health and well-being.

We did all the research to ensure we installed the safest and highest quality infrared sauna for our customers. Infrared is a safe wavelength of light (or energy) that we feel as heat. The infrared sauna heats the body, which creates a positive heat stress response, improving the cardiovascular system, increasing your blood flow and delivering fresh, oxygen-rich blood to the whole body. You will also experience a good, cleansing sweat which will help your body to detoxify and your skin glow.

Unlike traditional saunas, our infrared sauna uses dry heat, making it more comfortable and easier to breathe during your sauna experience. With the combination of infrared and LED light therapy, our sauna allows clients to receive the maximum health benefits in just a 30 min session.

Our sauna attendants will curate the experience for you, ensuring each session is personalised to suit your desired benefits. Catering the experience to suit your personal needs such as temperature adjustments and light therapy colours. Book your Infrared Sauna session today!

Learn more about the benefits + FAQs

Reduced Inflammation

Chronic inflammation can have long-term and whole-body effects. Infrared saunas naturally reduce inflammation by relieving its core triggers, such as toxins and stress, and promoting circulation and detoxification throughout the body. A blood test can show the level of inflammation within the body, and the most common marker tested is the C-reactive protein or CRT. One study out of Finland showed that levels of CRT in the body were lower in those that used the sauna more regularly. In fact, it was a function of how often they used the sauna. The more frequently the 2000 men in the study used the sauna, the less CRP they exhibited in their bodies. For treatment planning to reduce inflammation, we would recommend initially having an infrared sauna session 1 or 2 times a week depending on your condition. The more sauna sessions you complete closer together in the month, the better for reducing inflammation.

Muscle Recovery

The heating of the body can assist in reducing lactic acid, improving your recovery process, and one research study showed significant improvements in flexibility, particularly in hips, hamstrings and lower back.

Skin Health

An infrared sauna session can help to clear your skin through increased circulation and detoxification, cleansing the skin, unclogging pores and removing dead skin cells (good idea to exfoliate or dry body brush before sauna).

Near, Mid & Far Wavelengths

The infrared spectrum consists of near (NIR), mid (MIR), and far (FIR) waves, each with distinct characteristics and benefits: Near infrared (NIR) penetrates the skin’s surface more effectively than the other two, promoting skin renewal, cell health, wound healing, and tissue growth. Mid infrared (MIR) can penetrate deeper into the body’s soft tissue where inflammation occurs. MIR helps expand blood vessels and increases circulation, so more oxygen can reach injured areas of the body. Far infrared (FIR) reaches the deepest into the body, where toxins are stored. By raising your core body temperature, FIR stimulates the sweat glands, resulting in a deep, detoxifying sweat that leaves you feeling revitalized.

Is Infrared Heat Safe?

Infrared heat is completely safe! It is the type of heat used in hospitals to warm newborn infants. Infrared is a naturally occurring output of the sun without the harmful UV rays associated with unprotected sunlight.

Can I wear contact lenses in the sauna?

Unlike traditional saunas, our infrared sauna is a dry heat, there is no steam or moisture in the air that will affect the lenses. It is always best to check with your brand of contact lenses to see if they have a temperature recommendation not to exceed.

Should I sauna before or after a treatment?

For hygiene reasons, we only allow sauna after treatments. We find this works best anyway, after the therapist has worked on your muscles you can then relax and recover in the sauna.

Pain Relief

Infrared sauna heats the body creating a positive heat stress response, which improves the cardiovascular and lymphatic system. This helps to increase blood circulation and with dilation of blood vessels, will also help to move oxygen and nutrient-rich blood to promote healing throughout the whole body. You will also experience a good cleansing sweat which assists detoxification. Studies that looked into conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, osteo arthritis, fibromyalgia, and myofascial pain, found pain can be significantly reduced with consistent use of infrared sauna. One study treated patients with rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis with a series of eight infrared sauna sessions over a four-week period, and showed that infrared sauna was well tolerated, had no adverse effects, and no exacerbation of disease. Pain and stiffness decreased clinically, and improvements were statistically significant. Fatigue also decreased, and patients felt comfortable on average during and especially after treatment. To reduce pain, we recommend initially 2 sessions a week for the first month, then reducing to 1 a week to continue to maintain.


Infrared saunas have been shown to enhance and improve your cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. The increase of blood circulation, dilation of blood vessels, and moving the oxygen and nutrient-rich blood promotes healing throughout the whole body

Sleep & Relaxation

Infrared sauna therapy promotes relaxation by helping to balance your body’s level of cortisol, your body’s primary stress hormone. The heat generated by the sauna will also help to relax muscles and relieve tension throughout the body, allowing our body to relax and destress.

LED Light Therapy

Our sauna also uses LED light therapy which, further enhances your experience and the benefits. We will adjust the lights to suit the time of day and your desired benefits.

Who shouldn't use Infrared Sauna (Contraindications)

Fresh scars: Wait until scar is healed and no longer sensitive to heat Medications: Individuals who are using Warfarin or other blood thinning drugs should not use the sauna. Individuals who are using prescription drugs should seek the advice of their personal physician or a pharmacist for possible changes in the drugs effect when the body is exposed to infrared energy. Diuretics, barbiturates and beta-blockers may impair the body’s natural heat loss mechanisms. Some over the counter drugs such as antihistamines may also cause the body to be more prone to heat stroke. Cardiovascular Conditions: Individuals with cardiovascular conditions or problems (hypertension/ hypotension), congestive heart failure, impaired coronary circulation or those who are taking medications, which might affect blood pressure, should exercise extreme caution when exposed to prolonged heat. Heat stress increases cardiac output, blood flow, in an effort to transfer internal body heat to the outside environment via the skin (perspiration) and respiratory system. This takes place primarily due to major changes in the heart rate, which has the potential to increase by thirty (30) beats per minute for each degree increase in core body temperature. Pacemaker / Defibrillator: The magnets used to assemble the units of the sauna can interrupt the pacing and inhibit the output of pacemakers. If you have a pacemaker or defibrillator, you should not use this Sauna. Joint Injury: If you have a recent joint injury, it should not be heated for the first 48 hours or until the hot and swollen symptoms subside. If you have a joint or joints that are chronically hot and swollen, these joints may respond poorly to vigorous heating of any kind. Vigorous heating is strictly contra-indicated in cases of enclosed infections such as dental, in joints or in any other tissues. Fever: An individual that has a fever should not use any type of Sauna. Alcohol / Alcohol Abuse: Contrary to popular belief, it is not advisable to attempt to “Sweat Out” a hangover. Alcohol intoxication decreases a person’s judgment, therefore they may not realise it when the body has a negative reaction to high heat. Alcohol also increases the heart rate, which may be further increased by heat stress. Chronic Conditions / Diseases Associated with a reduced ability to sweat or Perspire: Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Central Nervous System Tumors and Diabetes with Neuropathy are conditions that are associated with impaired sweating. Consult your health care practitioner before using a Sauna. Haemophiliacs / Individuals Prone to Bleeding: The use of Infrared should be avoided by anyone who is predisposed to bleeding. Insensitivity to Heat: An individual that has insensitivity to heat should consult their health care professional before using a sauna. The temperature of the sauna can be set at lower temperatures. If in doubt, do not use any type of Sauna. Pregnancy: We do not recommend using Infrared sauna during any stage of pregnancy

How old to use the sauna?

Our sauna is available to use for adults only with minimum age 18.

When can I use the sauna after botox or filler injections?

Botox: It's generally recommended to wait at least 24 hours before using a sauna after receiving Botox injections. This is because heat can cause the Botox to spread to unintended areas of the face, potentially leading to complications or undesired results. It is always best to check with your injector on their best practices and aftercare advice. Dermal Filler: We recommend waiting a minimum of 48hrs, and in some cases up to two weeks before using a sauna after dermal filler injections. The heat can contribute to swelling and bruising in the area, and sweating may increase risk of infection. Due to the potential unknown effects of heat on dermal fillers, it is important to exercise caution and chat with your injector on their best practices and aftercare advice.

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