Far Infrared Sauna Posts

Right Side View of the Four Person Far Infrared Sauna Handmade by SaunaRay

Some Important Tips for Buying Your First Home Infrared Sauna

Owning a home infrared sauna provides a convenient way for you to relax and enjoy a pleasantly heated environment. When you’re buying an infrared sauna for the first time, it’s important to do some research before you decide which one to get. The following tips can help you choose the right infrared sauna for your… Continue reading →

A man lying down inside a 3 person infrared sauna made by SaunaRay

How Hot Can an Infrared Sauna Get?

Saunas are designed to heat your body enough to trigger your sweat glands. However, the temperature that saunas reach differs depending on the type you’re sitting in. Traditional saunas (European style) are designed to reach very high temperatures, sometimes almost boiling point, which can make you feel uncomfortably hot and make it hard to breathe… Continue reading →

woman relaxing in a

Low EMF Infrared Saunas and Their Benefits

You have many choices when it comes to which type of sauna to install in your home or business. One of the biggest decisions is which type of sauna best meets your needs, such as a low EMF infrared sauna. Then there is the question of how many people you want the sauna to fit…. Continue reading →

Prepare for the Most Beneficial Infrared Sauna Session in 5 Steps

Using a comfortable warm infrared sauna to support health and well-being has become a popular alternative to traditional super hot saunas. These units heat up your body and produce the same effects without excessive levels of heat. Unlike a regular steam sauna, infrared saunas deliver about 80 percent of the generated heat right to your… Continue reading →

Two people enjoying the SaunaRay far infrared two-person sauna

How an Infrared Sauna May Help Winter Blues

Having trouble getting through this winter of discontent?  If it’s cold and cloudy where you are, there is no wonder why you might have a hard time feeling your happiest. The “winter blues” are experienced by many people at some point every winter, depending how cold and how dark it is where you live. It’s… Continue reading →