Infrared Saunas

In today’s world, stress has become a key factor in regards of maintaining health. In order to perform to the maximum we demand a lot from our body. Because of less physically demanding jobs, we run the risk of being overweight, accumulating toxic materials in organs and under the skin, etc ….

Sweating therapy has long been known to be an effective health tool. Physiotherm Far Infrared therapy is one of the most effective heat therapies for sweating and relaxation.

A 30-minute session in a Physiotherm may provide the following health benefits:

Blood Circulation:

These thermal imaging pictures show how effective and deep acting a Physiotherm treatment at only 35 degrees is.

Sweat Therapy

Sweating therapy has long been known to be an effective health tool. A Physiotherm enhances the eliminative cleansing process of the skin by stimulating the sweat glands.

Relaxation and tone

The most immediate and noticeable effect is the tremendous relaxation; it alone can have a profound impact on your health. As the Physiotherm warms into your muscles, stress and tension melt away and can give comfort, relaxation for tired and aching bodies.

Body Conditioning

Physiotherm Infrared Therapy can aid in increasing heart rate, cardiac output and assist in faster calorie burning (up to 800 calories a session).

Do you suffer from pain?

Have you noticed that your pain eases in summer? Many people experience pain relief in a warmer environment. What better way to warm your body and relax than in a Physiotherm cabin.


Physiotherm Infrared penetrates up to 45 mm into the body and causes a resonance in the water molecules that surround our cells. Because the infrared frequency matches that of the body, this resonance allows the water molecules to move more freely in and out through the membrane of the cells.

Many natural therapists will tell you that sweating is a great way to remove toxins from your body. Far Infrared therapy induces a considerable amount of sweat in most users in a low temperature, comfortable environment

Enjoy radiant, youthful skin

Physiotherm’s Infrared heat dilates the body’s capillary network. Together with infrared heat’s super cleansing effect, you will see a noticeable improvement in your skin’s texture, complexion and tone. Beauty therapists often use Infrared therapy in conjunction with more traditional treatments, to enhance the results of facials, body wraps and defoliation treatments

A retreat to de-stress and relax

Stress and anxiety melt away in the soothing warmth and comfort of the Physiotherm. Your senses are being further treated with sensual aromas, soothing colour therapy and soft music if desired. A Physiotherm session thus helps to truly rebalance both the mind and body.

Boosts moods and helps lift depression – five therapies in one

A Physiotherm session can offer a respite from the coldest, wettest and darkest of winter nights when a tropical beach is still thousands of miles away!

Unbeatable for Insomnia

Whether you are still on a different time zone, working too late or have overindulged with late night socializing, a Physiotherm session can quickly help get you back on track. Either before bed to promote deep, restful sleep, or the morning after to help flush out the excesses of the night before, the Physiotherm helps you recover.

Prevent injury through effective warm up

“Tissues heated to 45 C and then stretched exhibit a non-elastic residual elongation of about 0.5-0.9% that persists after the stretch is removed, which does not occur in these same tissues at normal temperatures. Thus 20 stretching sessions can produce 10-18% increase in length of tissues so heated and stretched.” Justus F Lehmann M.D., Williams and Wilkins, Therapeutic Heat and Cold, 4th edition.

Low comfortable temperature and effective in only 30 minutes

In just 30 minutes, you will feel relaxed, rejuvenated, revitalized and rebalanced, in the pleasant warmth of 32-40C. This low temperature ensures you will not feel uncomfortable and along with the full safety glass door prevents claustrophobia.