Infrared Sauna Sessions
Experience Infrared Sauna
First time to Oasis?
Enjoy 50% off your first session at Oasis using code NEWCLIENT at booking. Valid for new customers only.
We use top-of-the-line infrared saunas from Clearlight.
How to prepare for your session
Sauna Monthly subscriptions
4 Monthly Sauna Sessions
$135 (25% savings)
8 Monthly Sauna Sessions
$249 (30% savings)
12 Monthly Sauna Sessions
$349 (35% savings)
Sauna Individual session
Reserve a Private Sauna cabin for a 45-Minute Session
Bring a friend to share your Sauna
Sauna & Cold Plunge Monthly subscriptions
4 Monthly Sauna & Cold Sessions
$199 (33% savings)
8 Monthly Sauna & Cold Sessions
$360 (0% savings)
12 Monthly Sauna & Cold Sessions
$399 (45% savings)
End your sauna session with a dip in our cold plunge. There are numerous benefits to contrast therapy. And just 1-5 minutes in the cold plunge is all you need.
Cold Plunge Add-On
Ceragem Massage Bed
Massages have numerous physical and mental benefits. Our massage beds are the highest quality automated massage experience available. Add on a 40-minute massage prior to your sauna session . You are going to love these sessions!
Ceragem Massage Bed Add-On
Our Sauna's Technology
Our saunas use true wave full spectrum heaters which offer far infrared.
Far infrared is the closest of the wavelengths to the infrared heat given off by our own body. Far infrared is readily captured by the water molecules in the body and releases its energy. Our bodies actually give off far infrared wavelengths at about 9.4 microns. Since far infrared wavelengths feel very natural and normal to us, our energy is temporarily enhanced and strengthened.
- Components of Practical Clinical Detox Programs – Sauna as a Therapeutic Tool
- Indianapolis Fire Department Uses Saunas to Detox from Potential Carcinogen
- Firefighters explore benefits from sauna therapy (Clearlight Sanctuary Y Sauna)
- Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury in Sweat: A Systematic Review
- Blood, Urine, and Sweat (BUS) Study: Monitoring and Elimination of Bioaccumulated Toxic Elements
- Atomic Absorption Spectrometry of Nickel, Copper, Zinc, and Lead in Sweat Collected from Healthy Subjects during Sauna Bathing
- Components of practical clinical detox programs – sauna as a therapeutic tool
- Military using low temperature saunas (infrared) to detox Gulf War Veterans
- Meth Exposure and Chronic Illness
- Sweating Helps to Detox Body of Heavy Metals
- Sweating Increases Excretion of Toxic Metals
- Whole Body Detox
- Bastyr University – Sauna Detoxification Study
- Detoxification Through The Skin.
- Blood, urine, and sweat (BUS) study: monitoring and elimination of bioaccumulated toxic elements
- Human excretion of bisphenol A: blood, urine, and sweat (BUS) study.
- Human Elimination of Organochlorine Pesticides: Blood, Urine, and Sweat Study.
- Biomonitoring and Elimination of Perfluorinated Compounds and Polychlorinated Biphenyls through Perspiration: Blood, Urine, and Sweat Study
Purchase a Sauna For Your Home
Traditional saunas only heat the air in the cabin whereas Infrared saunas penetrate deep into your cells giving you a deep detoxifying sweat. Because infrared heat penetrates deep into tissues versus just the surface of the skin, infrared saunas are seven times more effective than traditional saunas for detoxifying the body. By raising the body’s core temperature, Infrared saunas can produce a sweat composed of 20% toxins compared to 3% with a traditional sauna.
Unlike traditional saunas which operate in excess of 180⁰ F, infrared saunas have the benefit of being effective at a more comfortable temperature of between 120-150⁰ F.
We have two options:
- a 50-minute room reservation (45-minute session plus 5 minutes to undress/dress)
- a 30-minute room reservation (25-minute session plus 5 minutes to undress/dress)
The rooms are private, so most clients undress for their sauna sessions. Loose and comfortable clothing is easiest for getting dressed after the sauna.
Benefits can be obtained in 20 mins, however, up to 45 minutes is recommended. If you are new to sauna bathing, it’s best to not push too hard in the beginning. Your body acclimates to the heat with time, so you’ll find you can withstand longer sessions with more time/frequency.