Using a Jacuzzi infrared sauna offers a wide array of benefits. As we’ve established in previous posts, our saunas have been designed by a medical professional and have a Class 1 medical device license from Health Canada.
Sauna enthusiasts can enjoy more efficient workouts, recover more quickly and feel better as a result. Even simply relaxing in a sauna helps your body excrete toxins and can improve your general health and wellbeing.
With that in mind, we would like to discuss how you can secure a Jacuzzi infrared sauna of your own and begin taking advantage of this remarkable lifestyle choice.
The major difference between an infrared sauna and a traditional convectional sauna is that an infrared sauna is extremely energy efficient. Unlike a traditional sauna, there’s no need to heat the room; infrared uses thermodynamics to heat the body, rather than the air around the body.
The carbon ceramic heaters put out all three types of infrared heat.
Far, mid- and near infrared waves make for a total sauna experience.
Incidentally, because a Jacuzzi infrared sauna doesn’t require the high humidity of a convectional sauna, it’s much easier to breathe when sitting inside, and users report being able to enjoy far longer sessions.
The energy efficiency of our saunas means that running costs are very low: only about 25-50 cents per 40 minute session. Even if you were to use your sauna every single day (and many people do) then running costs might hover around $10.
In addition, the saunas take a short time to reach temperature, and with some models there is the option to start your sauna heating up remotely in advance.
Alaina Jenkinson of Jacuzzi Ontario explains:
“The sanctuary 1 and 2 run on 110 volt plug, which is pretty standard. You’re not keeping it running 24 hours a day like you are with a hot tub, so you are saving money. The benefit to having an app means that before you get in, you can arrange it from your app to set it to the temperature you want, so you’re only really using it when you need it, which is great for maintaining low operating costs.”
Jacuzzi Ontario offer a number of sauna models to suit your specific needs and budget, as well as various payment plans and options. It all depends on how much space you have for a sauna, as well as how many people you envisage will be using it at any one time.
Using an infrared sauna can be just as much a group activity as with convectional saunas, and can be an enjoyable social experience for families and friends.
If you’re keen to learn more about how easy and affordable it is to get set up with a Jacuzzi infrared sauna of your very own, get in touch with a member of our expert team today.