Traditional sauna building overview

Thursday, March 1st, 2007

Nice overview of the traditional sauna building process can be found at Great Saunas website. Although filled with references to sauna kits sold by Great Saunas and written about traditional, not infrared saunas, this guide gives you a good overview of the sauna building. It can be handy if you going to build an infrared […]

Choosing infrared sauna if you have MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity)

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006

Some naturopaths recommend a far infrared sauna as a supplementary treatment for MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity) symptoms. Having infrared sauna recommended, people with MCS start to search for infrared saunas and discover that there are many types of infrared sauna – cabin, dome, tent, or even blanket. They all are quite expensive. All claim to […]

Infrared light sauna by Cedarbrook Sauna&Steam

Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

In the post I wrote about do it yourself infrared saunas, there was a way proposed by Dr. Lawrence Wilson in his book Sauna Therapy. His sauna uses several infrared lamps mounted on a board and placed in an enclosure to sit in while taking a sauna. However, one should have sufficient skill to build […]

Do it yourself infrared sauna

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

Buying an infrared sauna cabin can be too expensive, especially if you’re not sure you’ll benefit from it. Infrared sauna blankets, bags or domes force you to lie on one place for half an hour and are not cheap too. However, another option exists – it is to do an infrared sauna yourself. I heard […]