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Explore the Healing Power

This immersive visual journey will guide you through the sophisticated workings of our sauna, revealing how it harnesses the power of infrared light to envelop you in a healing warmth.

Discover the intricate process that makes our Infrared Sauna a sanctuary of health and relaxation, offering a unique and transformative experience right in the comfort of your home.

Watch and be inspired by the seamless blend of technology and wellness, where every detail is designed for your ultimate rejuvenation.

Radiance 2 + 3 person

Radiance 2 + 3 person

Rise 2 + 3 person

Rise 2 + 3 person

Features
Made using Canadian Hemlock Wood from a sustainable source? Made using Canadian Hemlock Wood from a sustainable source? Yes Yes
High quality far-infrared carbon fibre heaters High quality far-infrared carbon fibre heaters Yes Yes
Chromotheraphy lightning included? Chromotheraphy lightning included? Yes Yes
Bluetooth and USB connectivity Bluetooth and USB connectivity Yes Yes
Built in FM Radio Built in FM Radio Yes Yes
High quality speakers High quality speakers Yes Yes
Maximum temperature Maximum temperature 70°C 75°C
Suitable for outdoor use Suitable for outdoor use Only when undercover protected from rain Only when undercover protected from rain
EMF rating EMF rating 2.3mg 2.3mg
Cost to run Cost to run 27-35c ph Average 27-35c ph Average
Includes full spectrum, near and medium heating panels Includes full spectrum, near and medium heating panels Yes No
Includes ergonomic back rest Includes ergonomic back rest Yes No
Includes ergonomic flippable seating Includes ergonomic flippable seating Yes No
Includes extra LED lightning to create more ambience and enhance relaxation Includes extra LED lightning to create more ambience and enhance relaxation Yes No
Warranty Warranty Lifetime Warranty 5 years plus lifetime on the carbon heating panels
Delivery cost Delivery cost Free Australia wide Free Australia wide

Sauna FAQ: Your Ultimate Guide to Sauna Relaxation

Whether you're a sauna novice or a seasoned pro, this section has answers to common questions about saunas, usage, benefits, and safety. We're here to help you feel confident and well-informed during your sauna experience. If you have more questions, our team is ready to assist you. Step inside, explore, and enjoy the relaxing world of saunas! For personalized assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses infrared light to create heat. Basically, infrared light is a type of light we can't actually see, but we can feel as heat. Infrared saunas use this kind of light to warm up your body directly.

So, when you sit in an infrared sauna, instead of heating the air around you, the heat from the infrared lights targets your body directly. This means you're getting a deep, penetrating heat that can make you sweat and help your muscles relax. 

Home infrared saunas are enjoyed by many due to their many benefits to both physical and mental health. One of the main ways in which people use our best infrared saunas is after a long, hard workout or swim in the pool. Far infrared saunas help to soothe sore muscles, which can potentially help prevent injury or strain on your body. 

You don’t need to have completed a strenuous workout to enjoy a home infrared sauna, however. In fact, many enjoy using their sauna simply to unwind after a long day. Immersing yourself in a heated space, focussing on your breathing and slowing your heart rate down is a soothing and relaxing experience. You can either do this on your own or choose to relax with friends or family in one of our larger infrared saunas, such as a four person sauna.

You may be wondering what the difference is between traditional Finnish saunas and our collection of infrared saunas. Traditional saunas create a hot environment by heating the air around you, inducing sweat and accelerating your heart rate.

In contrast, infrared saunas use infrared light to directly heat your body, not the air. This difference is pivotal as it allows infrared saunas to provide deeper, targeted heat, resulting in more profound benefits. These can include better detoxification, improved muscle pain relief, and enhanced skin health. 

Moreover, the air in an infrared sauna isn't heated to the same extreme as in traditional ones, making the experience more comfortable. Hence, infrared saunas are  increasingly popular for their enjoyability in promoting a healthier lifestyle.

Like mentioned above, infrared saunas do not heat the air around you. Instead, the infrared lights target your body directly, raising your body’s temperature. The lights deeply penetrate your skin, which is why the benefits of a far-infrared sauna are felt so strongly, and why many people are upgrading their traditional saunas to this cutting-edge technology.

When you enter an infrared sauna, clothing is key. If you are too covered, the lights will have trouble penetrating your skin, and you won’t reap all of the benefits your far infrared sauna has to offer.

To receive the full benefits of the infrared rays, it’s best to enjoy your sauna session naked. But we do understand that this is not always possible like when you have friends over. We suggest opting for swimwear then before stepping in, so you are decently covered but do not miss out on what your Kiva Wellness sauna has to offer. 

If you prefer to be a little more covered, you can wear a loose lightweight cotton T-shirt and shorts, but you need to remember that this can hinder the full infrared light from penetrating your skin.

Regardless of what you decide to wear, bringing a towel to sit or lie on is a good idea to absorb sweat and maintain hygiene. We also recommend that you go in barefoot. If you’d rather keep something on your feet, however, thongs are okay.

Remember to remove all jewellery before stepping into your home infrared sauna, as metal can burn once it heats up.

If you want to buy an infrared sauna, there’s no doubt that you’re curious about the price. Typically, the cost of an infrared sauna depends on the brand, quality and size – so there isn’t one true answer.

At Kiva Wellness, we want you to have the best home infrared sauna experience possible, which is why we have designed and manufactured high quality saunas that are built to last – all at an affordable price point. We have an array of sizes available, from a one-person sauna all the way to our community sauna accommodating six people. No matter your budget or lifestyle needs, we have the perfect infrared sauna for you!

The number of calories burned in an infrared sauna session can vary greatly depending on factors like the individual's weight, age, gender, and overall health. 

This caloric burn is a result of the body working to cool itself in the heat of the sauna. As your body temperature rises, your heart rate increases, similar to the way it does during exercise. This process, known as thermoregulation, requires energy, which in turn burns calories.

However, it's important to note that the primary purpose of an infrared sauna is not to burn calories, but to promote overall health and wellness through benefits such as improved circulation, muscle relaxation, stress relief, and detoxification. Saunas are a part of a healthy lifestyle regimen and will help you maximise the benefits of your routine.

If you have any concerns about calorie loss, we recommend you consult with your doctor. 

Truthfully, there’s no one true answer to this question. The length you stay in a sauna truly depends on personal preference, and how long you would like to remain in the heat.

When starting off in an infrared sauna, you may only want to stay in there for 10-15 minutes while you get used to the intense heat. After you do this for a little while, you can gradually increase your sessions to 30-40 minutes.

The frequency in which you use your home infrared sauna is really up to you. After all, it’s within your home, so you have a luxurious relaxation session right at your fingertips!

You may only want to use your at-home sauna as an end of week treat, unwinding on a Friday or indulging in a Sunday reset. Alternatively, if you frequently exercise or simply want to reap the relaxation benefits that infrared saunas have to offer as often as you can, you may like doing several sessions throughout the week.

Cleaning an infrared sauna is far more straightforward than you may think. After each use, wipe down the surfaces with a towel to remove sweat residue. For a deeper clean, use a natural solution of water and mild detergent or white vinegar. 

Avoid chemical cleaners that can be absorbed by the wood and released during your next session, as this can be harmful both to the longevity of the sauna and yourself. Spray the solution on a cloth and wipe down the surfaces, focusing on high-sweat areas. Always ensure your infrared sauna is unplugged before cleaning. 

For the exterior, dust regularly, and remember to clean the glass doors with a glass cleaner. Lastly, allow the sauna to dry properly before your next session.

Put your health and wellness first with Kiva Wellness. Browse our saunas today, or contact us if you have any questions.