HALO-IR (Infrared Sauna + Halotherapy)

Heat up, relax, breathe better

Our 3-Person Infrared Sauna, Make It Your Own Private Salt Cave with Halotherapy

Step into the first Halo-IR Sauna, designed to emit infrared heat and salt particles simultaneously, enhancing both therapies’ benefits. The infrared heat helps you detoxify, relieve pain, and relax, while the salt particles may improve respiratory and skin conditions. You can plug in and control your music to put on a relaxing playlist or a guided meditation with high-quality Nakamichi stereo speakers (Bluetooth and MP3 audio connections available).


Heat up, breathe in, lay back, and detox.


The infrared sauna helps promote better circulation and supports your body's natural detoxification processes so you feel refreshed.

Immune System Support

Regular use of an infrared sauna helps support the immune system by increasing circulation and promoting the elimination of toxins from the body.

Pain Relief

Infrared sauna therapy may help reduce muscle and joint pain, as well as inflammation, by increasing blood flow and oxygenation to affected areas.

Weight Loss

Some studies suggest that infrared sauna therapy may help support weight loss by increasing metabolism and burning calories.

Skin Health

IR saunas improve skin health by increasing blood flow to the skin, promoting collagen production, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Stress Relief

The relaxation induced by the heat of an infrared sauna can help reduce stress and promote relaxation, which can have a positive impact on overall wellbeing.

What is Halotherapy?

Halotherapy, also known as salt therapy, is a form of alternative therapy that involves inhaling fine particles of salt in a controlled environment. The practice originated in Eastern Europe and has been used for centuries to treat various respiratory and skin conditions.

In halotherapy, a person sits in a room or chamber that is filled with salt particles, usually generated by a halogenerator, which grinds pharmaceutical-grade salt into tiny particles and releases them into the air. The person inhales these particles, which are believed to help alleviate respiratory problems such as asthma, allergies, and bronchitis, among other health benefits.

Respiratory Health

Salt particles are believed to have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce symptoms of respiratory conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, and sinusitis. Halotherapy may also help clear mucus from the airways and improve breathing.

Skin Health

The anti-inflammatory properties of salt may also benefit the skin by reducing inflammation and improving hydration. Halotherapy may help alleviate skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and acne.

Stress Relief

Halotherapy is often promoted as a relaxing and stress-reducing therapy. Salt rooms are typically designed to create a calming atmosphere, and the act of breathing in the salty air may promote relaxation.

Immune System Support

Salt is believed to have antimicrobial properties and may help boost the immune system. Halotherapy may help prevent or reduce the severity of colds and other respiratory infections.

Athletic Recovery

Some athletes use halotherapy as a way to improve exercise performance and speed up recovery. The therapy may help reduce inflammation and muscle soreness, and improve lung function.


Halotherapy may also have detoxifying effects on the body. The salt particles can help to draw out toxins and impurities from the body through the skin, which can have a cleansing effect on the body.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long are sessions?

All Halo-IR sessions are 45 minutes.

What do I wear?

This depends mostly on what you’re comfortable with and the benefits you’re looking for. If you’re looking for respiratory health, loose comfortable, or athletic clothing is fine, or for skin benefits, you can complete your session in the nude for maximum skin exposure.

Do I need to bring anything?

Nope, just yourself and a water bottle to make sure you stay hydrated. Towels are provided.

Can I bring a friend?

Absolutely. We have space in the Infrared Sauna for up to 3 people. Each person can join for an additional $30 (members only pay $24 to bring a friend).

How hot does it get?

The sauna does not get as hot as the standalone Infrared Sauna unit we have paired up with our Cold Plunge for contrast therapy. This is to help ensure you do not get too sweaty that the salt from the halotherapy isn’t as effective.

The IR sauna has diminishing returns after a certain temperature, so we’ve set it up at the optimal point to get you the most benefits of both the IR Sauna and Halotherapy.

If you’re looking for the hottest sauna session, we recommend booking a session in our other sauna or trying contrast therapy!

Do I need to shower after?

No, this infrared sauna doesn’t get as hot as our other sauna, so it doesn’t make you sweat as much to require a shower.

Are there any contraindications for Infrared Sauna?

Infrared sauna therapy is generally considered safe for most people, but there are some contraindications that should be considered before using an infrared sauna:

  1. Cardiovascular Issues: Individuals with a history of cardiovascular disease or heart problems should consult with their healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna, as the heat can increase heart rate and put additional strain on the cardiovascular system.
  2. Medications: Certain medications may interact with the heat from an infrared sauna, so it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna if you are taking any medications.
  3. Skin Conditions: People with sensitive skin or skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, or rosacea may find that the heat from an infrared sauna aggravates their condition.
  4. Alcohol Use: Drinking alcohol before or during an infrared sauna session can be dangerous, as it can increase the risk of dehydration and dizziness.
  5. Pregnancy: Pregnant women should avoid using an infrared sauna, as the heat can be harmful to the developing fetus.
  6. Acute illness: Individuals with an acute illness, such as a fever or flu, should avoid using an infrared sauna, as the heat can worsen symptoms and increase the risk of dehydration.

Overall, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider before trying an infrared sauna, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns.

Are there any contraindications for Halotherapy?

Halotherapy, which involves inhaling salt particles in a salt room or salt cave, is generally considered safe for most people. However, there are some contraindications to halotherapy that should be considered:

  1. Allergies: Individuals with a known allergy to salt or iodine should avoid halotherapy.
  2. Respiratory Infections: People with an active respiratory infection, such as a cold or flu, should avoid halotherapy to prevent the spread of the infection to others.
  3. High blood pressure: Inhaling salt particles can increase blood pressure, so people with high blood pressure should consult with their healthcare provider before trying halotherapy.
  4. Skin conditions: People with open wounds, rashes, or other skin conditions may find that the salt particles aggravate their condition.
  5. Pregnancy: Pregnant women should consult with their healthcare provider before trying halotherapy, as there is limited research on its safety during pregnancy.

Overall, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider before trying halotherapy, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns.