All Sessions are 60-minutes long and include: 45 minutes in the sauna, 15 minutes to relax, cool off and change.

Individual Sessions:
1 Person $55

Individual Sessions:
2 Person $75

Packages (single person):
5 Sessions.......$245
10 Session.......$475

**above packages have 6 month expiration date**




Sweating has been part of ancient societies and rituals for thousands of years. At Modrn Sanctuary we are looking to bring back these ancient traditions in a more modern way. Utilizing some of the most advanced infrared technologies on the market, our infrared sauna can help clients sweat, relax, and feel better.

Our infrared sauna boasts:


  • floor is lined with himalayan salt that releases negative ions

  • Infrared foot warmer

  • Oxygen Ionizer system to keep the sauna clean

  • Dual wall construction for better heat insulation

  • Equipped with digital control that allows you to control the temperature of your session. 


  • Infrared saunas are different than steam and dry heat saunas because they heat the body, not the air

  • Please note that Modrn Sanctuary does not have a shower to use after your session. HOWEVER, we do provide aromatherapy cool towels to wipe down post session. 

  • Please follow your doctor's instructions if they recommend using a lower temperature (which may still be beneficial)

  • Arrive 5-10 minutes early

  • Drink lots of water before and during session. 

all below information is from

all below information is from

Sweating is good for you. It is the body’s safe and natural way to heal and stay healthy. Far infrared sauna detoxification happens by heating the body directly, causing a rise in core temperature. This results in a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level, where toxins reside.

"Detoxification is important because it strengthens the body’s immune system and helps the body’s biochemical processes function efficiently so that we are better able to digest the nutrients in our foods. Detoxification has also been shown to be helpful with colitis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, auto-immune disease, immune deficiency states, autism, ADD and ADHD."  -Dr. Rachel West

Using infrared heat technology to burn calories, our saunas – and only our saunas – are clinically shown to aid weight loss. In a 2009 study, our infrared saunas were shown to help lower weight and waist circumference in just a three-month period. The common theme among subjects in the study was that far infrared sauna use was similar to moderate exercise but "much more relaxing".  Therefore, Sunlighten saunas can be an effective lifestyle advantage for those who cannot participate in traditional exercise programs due to medical conditions such as osteoarthritis, cardiovascular or respiratory problems.¹

In addition, according to information published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, infrared sauna weight loss sessions were shown to burn up to 600 calories.² During a sauna weight loss session, core temperatures increase. The body has to work hard to cool itself, causing a healthy sweat. Using an infrared sauna increases heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate, burning more calories, leading to more weight loss. And blood flow rises, increasing from 5-7 quarts up to 13 quarts a minute.³


Infrared saunas may not only improve the appearance of acne scarring, but they may actually help reduce acne in the first place. Typical acne is caused by a build-up of oil on the skin, and if you produce a lot of oil, that can lead to constant breakouts. Infrared saunas cause you to sweat from infrared heat – not actual heat – which can help clean out those clogged pores. When a sauna session is complete, a quick face wash ensures the unclogged pores do not clog up again.

Skin Detoxification
Infrared saunas are clinically proven to reach deeper levels into your skin, effectively removing toxins such as heavy metals. Our Solocarbon technology heats your body to the core, pulling out toxins that can clog your pores and lead to a host of health issues beyond just within your skin. Learn more about infrared saunas and skin detoxification now.

Tone and Texture
In a study done in 2006, doctors looked at the impact of infrared on collagen and elastin in our skin, two of the most important ingredients to healthy skin. They found that both collagen and elastin increased after exposure to infrared, and all patients included in the study reported enhanced skin texture, less roughness, and improvement in color.

Infrared sauna heat works by penetrating joints, muscles and tissues, increasing circulation and speeding oxygen flow. By reducing soreness on nerve endings, our infrared heat reduces muscle spasms and helps the body heal itself naturally.

For years, doctors have recommended saunas because of proven relief from sports injury, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, arthritis and other chronic pain conditions.

Infrared wavelengths penetrate the body to create heat, which creates profound therapeutic benefits. They increase blood flow to the muscles, delivering more concentrated oxygen, which creates more energy to heal.
-Dr. Jeffrey Spencer - University of Southern California


The below information has been obtained by Rocky Mountain Saunas. While Modrn Sanctuary feels there are many health benefits to saunas, we always recommend speaking with your medical doctor before using a sauna or if you have any conditions that may be complicated with a sauna. 

With a little common sense and by following a few precautionary guidelines, Infrared Sauna Therapy is a safe and pleasurable way to maintain and improve your overall health and wellbeing.

Modrn Sanctuary does not promote attempting to self-treat any disease with an IR Sauna without direct supervision of a certified physician. If you have a disease, be certain to consult with your primary-care physician before use. The material presented is offered for reference purposes only. Creating a cure for or treating any disease is not implied and should not be inferred as such.

In all situations, proper hydration is a primary requirement for IR sauna use. Drinking plenty of fluids is recommended before, during and after infrared sauna use. Replacing the body’s electrolytes, calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium is very important, since these minerals are depleted during sweating. Regular vitamin supplements are an inexpensive way to accomplish electrolyte replenishment. Sports drinks that replace electrolytes are also acceptable.

A safe and beneficial therapy for the vast majority of people, worldwide, the following list of the precautions and recommendations are prudent for your productive Infrared Sauna (IR Sauna) experience.


It is considered inadvisable to raise the core temperature too high in someone with adrenal suppression and systemic lupus or multiple sclerosis, by some authorities.

For patients with these health considerations, some physicians recommend shorter IR sauna sessions at lower temperatureswith a friend nearby in case a physical weakening may occur. We have had good reports from our clients with lupus and multiple sclerosis. Mild radiant body heating produces a wonderful cardiovascular improvement, carrying increased amounts of healing oxygen throughout the body, even if clients do not sweat profusely.*

Individuals with total Heat Insensitivity or who lack the ability to perspire or sweat or to emit body heat should probably refrain from IR sauna use. As always, check with your doctor first.


If you have a sprain, bruising, laceration or surgery, the affected area(s) should not be heated for the first 48 hours after an injury OR until the swelling has reduced. Start with short sessions of 15-20 minutes at a lower temperature (115-120 degrees) and work your way up. Mild stretching exercises work wonders for rehabilitating injuries like ACL and Rotator Cuff surgery. Proper IR Sauna Therapy speeds healing of wounds and injuries dramatically.*


Two special benefits make contact lenses ideal for the infrared sauna: they do not ‘steam up’ in humid conditions or as a result of temperature fluctuations. They always remain at body temperature.

Any mention of contact lens contraindication that I researched gave no specific reason why contact lenses could not be worn. I have told my clients for many years that contact lenses are safe to wear in your sauna and have never received any negative feedback.

Bottom Line: As always, when any health condition is in question, I ask that you check with your eye doctor and/or the manufacturer of the lenses!


If you are pregnant, limit your sessions to 10 minutes with a maximum of four sessions per week. **** NOTE: Exposure to intense heat during the first trimester of pregnancy may slightly increase the risk of birth defects. Consult your physician, as opinions on use during pregnancy vary.

Breastfeeding: There is insufficient empirical evidence to establish whether or not toxins are released, during IR sauna use, that could enter into breast milk. It would be prudent to reduce or avoid intense sauna therapy during the breastfeeding period.


I have a hip replacement/implant …. And the same with a knee.
I went to test an infrared sauna out at a wellness center – and the disclaimer said there may be an issue with implants ? Can you assist please ?

Good question.

Whenever there is a medical issue regarding artificial implants, I always refer folks to their particular surgeon, implant device manufacturer or family physician.

However, some surgeons and M.D.’s don’t really have a solid understanding of how far infrared technology works and therefore, may not be much help in offering sound medical advice.
That being said, here is what I understand to be correct.

Rocky Mountain Saunas has had numerous infrared sauna owners over the past 7 years who have composite carbon/synthetic material and titanium/metal alloy joint replacements,…. permanent contact lenses, saline and silicon replacements for breasts, rhinoplasties, stents, wires, pacemakers, etc., and they are still able to Safely use their infrared sauna and enjoy the many health benefits provided by infrared sauna therapy.*

Here is a brief explanation of why people with artificial implants can Safely use an infrared sauna:

The Far Infrared light energy emitted by the large Nano-carbon panels in our saunas is tuned to emit a specific bandwidth (7-14 microns) of sunlight, contained within the much larger far infrared spectrum (4-1000 microns).

This 7-14 micron bandwidth of light energy heats the body directly and Only the Body. The 7-14 micron bandwidth of light energy is the same bandwidth at which Every human body on planet Earth, Emits and Absorbs infrared light every day.

This 7-14 micron bandwidth of light energy is classified as Radiative, Absorptive and Penetrative.

Radiative refers to the fact that we are heating a specific object directly and only that object… in this case, we are heating the human body.
Absorptive means that the human body presents minimal resistance to the penetrating light and consequently, the light Penetrates the body up to 2″ deep in some body areas.

In physics, when light energy converts to heat energy within the human body, it is called Direct Light Conversion.

All of the various materials that make up the joint replacements, implants, stents, etc., basically REFLECT this special 7-14 micron bandwidth of far infrared sunlight. ( ***the wires, artificial joints, implants, etc. are NON-Radiative, non-absorptive and non-penetrative***)

Since the artificial replacements reflect this 7-14 micron bandwidth of infrared light, the replacement components/ artificial implants only get as warm as the increase in the core temperature of the human body during a sauna session.

Core Body Temperature can increase from 1 to 3 degrees Fahrenheit during an infrared sauna session. This 1-3 degree Fahrenheit increase in core body temperature and the implanted devices is not enough heat to cause the sauna user any discomfort or to cause any damage to the components.

In summation, artificial implants will only get as warm as the increase in the core temperature of the human body during a sauna session.

Mike Henson/ founder/ Rocky Mountain Saunas


Heating of the low back area of women during the menstrual period may temporarily increase their menstrual flow. Once a woman is aware that this may occur, she can choose to allow herself to possibly experience this short term effect without worry or to simply avoid use at that time of her cycle.  Many women do report relief of other common symptoms related to menstruation including relief of bloating, cramping and headaches.*


If you are using any prescription drugs, check with your physician for any possible change in the drug’s effect due to any interaction with infrared heat. Very rarely does heating the body alter the properties or effects of a prescribed medication. Cortisteroids may be a contraindicated substance. Some antihistamines contain ephedrine and may increase heart rate inordinately during sauna use.


Hemophiliacs and anyone predisposed to hemorrhage should avoid usage or any type of heating that would induce vasodilatation or stimulated circulation, which can increase the tendency to bleed.


According to Dr. J. Halperin, M.D., Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, “Moderate sauna use is safe for most older people. Diabetics or anyone being treated for heart conditions, circulatory issues or prescription medication should check with their doctor.”

Age is not a contraindication for IR sauna use. We have clients in their 90’s who enjoy the benefits of regular sessions.


Young children have a high metabolic rate and are less adaptable to higher body core temperatures than adults, due to their limitations of circulatory adaptation and body temperature regulation (sweating).

Ages 6 – 12 should spend no more than 20 minutes in IR saunas, and should be accompanied by an adult. Start with lower temperatures and work up gradually as child demonstrates the ability to perspire freely.

Ages 6 and Under should avoid use unless prescribed by a doctor.

Teenagers may safely use IR saunas, taking particular care to hydrate liberally and not become overheated.


Start your IR sauna program slowly and monitor any unusual changes in blood sugar. Infrared sauna use does not increase the blood sugar level or the body’s consumption of glucose.


Using an IR sauna does not normally raise blood pressure. You may use a blood pressure monitor during your session to observe BP rates. Although the heart rate is increased during use, vasodilation of all the blood vessels in the body and increased blood circulation actually allows for a lowering of blood pressure in many users, both short and long term. Regular infrared sauna use is a highly effective, passive cardiovascular activity for folks with limited physical exercise capability.*


During IR sauna therapy, it is common for the body to eliminate residues of prescription and “over the counter” medications… even those ingested many years past. Such residues can include ingredients found in antibiotics, narcotics, sedatives, stimulants, chemotherapy, cold medicines, sleep and allergy aids, etc. Occasionally, the release of these substances can result in temporary effects similar to the action of the drug when first taken, i.e., novocaine expulsion may temporarily produce a slight numbness in the jaw from a previous dental injection.*

Purging your system of antibiotics can sometimes alter digestive bacteria balance and constipation or diarrhea may be a symptom. In most instances, these effects pass quickly as residues are excreted.

“According to Dr. L. Wilson, M.D. and Homeopathic Practitioner, “Healing Reactions are temporary symptoms associated with eliminating toxic substances, healing chronic infections or due to other metabolic changes in the body. They are an important part of all deep healing.”

As some toxins are mobilized from storage sites throughout the body, they are transported by the blood to the liver, primarily. Toxins must be processed by the organs of elimination, including the liver, kidneys, colon, lungs and skin. The metabolic process of expelling toxins sometimes results in mild and short lived “flare ups” or experienced symptoms of a previous illness, virus or physical trauma.*

Most healing reactions are mild and pass quickly. Symptoms may include diarrhea, constipation, aches, pains, muscle cramps, sinus discharges, odors, minor rashes, headaches, irritability and fatigue. Mood swings and emotional reactions may occur on rare occasions and are the result of changes in body chemistry and neurotransmitter levels.”*

Please call us for suggestions and support in handling a healing reaction.


Wait for an hour or two after a meal before engaging in infrared sauna therapy. Therapy right after a meal may interfere with proper digestion and cause mild stomach cramps.


Alcohol consumption during, or prior to, an IR sauna session, is prohibited! “Sweating out a hangover” is not advisable, but permissible, given that you limit your session to no more than 30 minutes and do not overheat! Drink lots of fluids prior, during and after your session.


Danger signals include a rapid increase of body temperature, a noticeable “racing” of the heartbeat, extreme redness of the skin and feeling light headed or extremely faint. If you notice any of these symptoms, end your session immediately. Occurrences of this nature are very rare.


Wait 20-30 minutes, following strenuous exercise, to use your infrared sauna. Allow your body to cool down completely before entering the unit. You are activating a different branch of your involuntary nervous system; The IR sauna is supplying your body heat passively, instead of actively, as in a physical workout.


People with advanced symptomatic heart disease or unstable angina should not use an infrared sauna unless supervised by a doctor.


If a person has suffered a recent joint injury that is considered acute, it should not be heated for at least 48 hours or until the hot and swollen symptoms diminish. Enthusiastic heating is strictly contraindicated in cases of enclosed infections in any of your tissue including dental.