Sauna Etiquette

Sauna Etiquette 2017-10-01T15:37:52+00:00

Best Practices When Using An Infrared Sauna

  • Please arrive on time for your appointment.

  • Ensure your body is free of excess oils, lotions, make-up and perfume before coming to sauna. Clean skin will ensure optimal absorption of infrared wavelengths.

  • To ensure the health and safety of our guests, plastic water bottles should not be used inside the sauna. Stainless steel or glass water bottles with caps are permitted.

  • Please be sure to remove all footwear prior to entering the sauna.

  • Sauna doors are made of glass – please handle with care. Once you have completed your session, please be sure the door closes behind you to ensure the room stays warm for the next guest.

  • Be mindful of others. If you have chosen to sauna with a friend or loved one, please keep conversations and music/movies to a considerate volume.

  • Cellphones – Please silence your ringer and refrain from talking on your phone while in session as it may disrupt the experience of other guests. Texting is permitted (without volume) and social media check-ins are encouraged!

  • Upon completion of your session, we kindly request that you place any used towels and robes in the designated laundry receptacle.

  • Be mindful of where you place your jewelry and valuables. Saunacuse is not responsible for lost items.

  • Hydrate! It is recommended that you drink 4 oz of water before sauna and 8 oz after.

  • Infrared sauna therapy is at your own risk.  Please consult with a doctor regarding any medical conditions that may disqualify you from sauna use.  See our Sauna Rules and Regulations for additional information and safety precautions.

Relax and enjoy the radiant warmth of your infrared sauna experience!

Don’t forget to tell your friends!