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Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • Top Twelve Ways to Customize Your Infrared Sauna

    outdoor sauna or indoor sauna

    Unless you’ve shopped for an Infrared Sauna lately, you likely don’t realize how many options are available and how you can customize your home sauna experience.

    Whether to accommodate one person or several; stand alone, installed, or for corner assembly, you can build the relaxation haven of your dreams.

    Here in Canada, Canadian Red Cedar has a rich aromatic scent and for most, it is the sauna wood of choice. However, certain people may have an adverse physical reaction to aromatic oils, shampoos with perfumes infused or certain herbs with natural aromas.

    Hemlock is another popular wood because it releases the soothing odor of the great outdoors.

    Whatever kind of wood you prefer, many amenities are standard, but you can adorn your sauna with a variety of upgrades.

    1. Movable Backrests – depending on where you want to sit and how you wish to recline – these are extremely handy
    2. Battery Powered Air Ionizers - these remove bacteria and odors from the air
    3. Internal Lighting – sets the tone and setting
    4. iPod and MP3 Input and Speakers– nothing’s better than selecting from your own list of favorites to add to the overall ambiance
    5. Cabinetry –beautiful woods and stunning designs make for infrared saunas that are essentially “furniture-worthy”!
    6. Reading Lights – whether something inspirational or the latest New York Times Best Seller – you can enjoy your book in the peace and quiet
    7. Wide Benches – for lounging
    8. Easy Electrical Connections
    9. Color Therapy Lighting with a Remote – set the stage with lighting that subtly changes or remains at a level most relaxing
    10. Accessory Shelves for decor or to hold Beverages
    11. Decorative Doors and Handles – create your one-of-a-kind masterpiece
    12. Ultra-Low EMF Carbon Fiber Panel Heaters

    The Canadian winters may be long and are sometimes brutal, but with the help of our custom and stock infrared saunas…you can weather the storms, and enjoy a charming respite year round.

     

     

  • Infrared Saunas for the Bath

    Infrared sauna cabin

     

    Advances in fields like technology and wellness have caused us to re-consider yesterday’s innovations as today’s necessities. If you’ve ever used a DVR to record your favorite programs to enjoy them commercial-free, or have relied on a smart phone to alert you to traffic conditions so you arrive on time at your next appointment, then you’ve integrated something once considered a luxury into part of your daily routine. These have become activities and provide information upon which you consistently rely!

    In the field of wellness, if you’ve ever experienced the soothing, calming, healthy benefits of an infrared sauna, there’s little doubt you’d turn down the opportunity to consistently integrate saunas into your life as well.

    Peaceful and therapeutic, today’s saunas are moving from fitness centers and high-end salons to home baths. Trends in bathroom design have literally made just about anything possible. While towel heaters and dual sinks were once considered luxurious amenities, the infrared sauna has helped transform the modern bath into a personal spa.

    If your home is large enough to accommodate a gym, it will likely be able to accommodate an infrared sauna as it provides the perfect place to rejuvenate muscles after a workout. While most of us do not have this square footage in our homes, the master bath has become the ideal spot to create an exceptionally inviting retreat from the stresses of the day.

    What’s interesting about any innovation is, the more standard it becomes, the more easily the installation becomes available for home use. Big screen TVs were once a movie theatre feature. Now sizeable flat screens adorn living rooms, family rooms, and bedrooms throughout Canada. And so it is with infrared saunas…

    Contemporary bath design is sleeker and more “spa-like” than ever. Everything from fixture finishes to gleaming tiles evoke relaxation. Many homeowners have even abandoned the idea of installing tubs in lieu of a shower room and sauna combo. In this design, they reap the maximum benefit of the space and are instead installing elements they will actually use.

    Home infrared saunas are no longer relegated to the basement or the backyard. They are very much a mainstay of the modern bath.

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