all packages will expire after four months and may be put on hold on a case-by-case basis – please contact us to discuss if you are in need.
Centered x Lexington Salt Cave
sauna sessions for these packages last 35 minutes and typically precede salt cave sessions, which last 45 minutes.
the Lexington Salt Cave, our sister space, holds session every hour, on the hour (i.e. 1pm, 2pm, and so on). it is best to schedule the first session one hour prior to the second to allow time for, settling in, session time, cleanup, and transition from one space to the next.
if you have any questions or have trouble scheduling, please call us at (859) 721-1841 or send an email to email@example.com.
Infrared Sauna Details
Always consult with your doctor before using the infrared sauna. Please DO NOT use the sauna if you are pregnant, have had stroke, brain tumor or a recent heart attack. Please remove any metal jewelry before entering the sauna as it may become hot to the touch. Relax and take deep breaths during your session to increase the benefits of the sauna and aromatherapy.
Moving around and stretching a bit or standing inside the sauna is nice to do. This stimulates the lymphatic system to move and release toxins. Drink plenty of water before and after your session. Wear what you feel most comfortable in. You WILL sweat! Please use a towel for sitting on the bench and place any soiled linens in the bin after use. The control panel is fully functional from the inside. If you feel overheated, turn down the temperature or simply open the sauna door. It will shut off automatically after use.
Thank you for taking care of your body. The specific wood used in Centered’s infrared sauna is sensitive and has the ability to actually kill mold, bacteria, and other hazardous germs – creating a self cleaning environment. Therefore, we stay true to the detoxifying effect of the sauna and use only products that are completely non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
Infrared waves matches the frequency of the water in our cells, causing toxins to be released into the bloodstream and excreted through sweat. Increased blood circulation caused by sweating stimulates the sweat glands, releasing built up toxins and waste. As the heat penetrates the deeper, denser tissues, the infrared heat softens deposits of crystallized toxins and acid wastes in the joints, nerves, and connective tissues allowing them to be dissolved and excreted via the bloodstream, lymphatic system, and through the skin as sweat.
A lot of our issues stem from heavy metal toxicity. This kind of heat is particularly effective for eliminating heavy metals such as cadmium, lead, zinc and nickel from the tissues as well as toxins like nicotine, alcohol and chemicals.
Each time you take a sauna session, there is a brief increase in body temperature, which boosts the production of infection-fighting white blood cells (leukocytes) by your bone marrow and killer T-cells by your thymus. This process has a beneficial effect on your immune system.
The soft heat relaxes blood vessels, helping reduce high blood pressure and not adding to it as conventional saunas can.
Infrared therapy helps eliminate excess moisture, salt and subcutaneous fat from the body. Sweating is a part of the complex thermo-regulatory process of the body that increases the heart rate and improves the heart-pumping capacity of the heart. It also uses up energy to burn fat as at 43 C fat becomes water soluble and can be dissolved and disposed of by sweating. A single sauna session may burn up as many calories as a 30 minute jog, so you can lose weight at the same time as detoxifying your entire body!
The deep penetrating heat of infrared saunas dilates blood vessels increasing blood flow and improving circulation which in turn allows more oxygen to reach the muscles and other body tissues. This makes infrared sauna therapy very effective in treating arthritis, rheumatism, muscular spasms, soft tissue injuries, general pain relief and fibromyalgia-related symptoms.
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We welcome all members of our community at Centered. If finances are a limiting factor for you, please ask about scholarships and sliding scale opportunities, as we are often able to work with clients and students to find a way to make our classes financially accessible. Scholarship spaces are limited; please ask about availability if you are in need.