Infrared Saunas in Manitoba

Jacuzzi® Infrared Saunas

With the addition of a Jacuzzi® Infrared Sauna, you can enjoy an entirely new approach to relaxation and entertainment. What better way to watch a movie, read a book or listen to music, than from the comfort and warmth of your sauna? These industry-leading saunas are known around the world for premium materials, chosen with durability and quality in mind, along with an innovative design that allows for maximum longevity. Equipped with features that undoubtedly improve the overall experience, you can look forward to cedar or basswood materials, infrared heaters, premium sound systems, chromatherapy LED illumination, and user-friendly controls, among many others.

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Benefits of an infrared Sauna

Scientists have long established that these waves are beneficial to the human body because they are easily absorbed, stimulate the lymphatic, immune and cardiovascular systems and help remove toxins. Backed by 21 years of engineering innovation, we invite you to view our full range of infrared saunas that are crafted using only the finest Western Red Canadian Cedar or North American Basswood.



The only infrared saunas on the market that cancels out both electromagnetic fields (EMF) and extremely low frequency (ELF) fields.



Built with non-toxic materials for superior safety, while also adhering to strict manufacturing standards and safety certifications.



Not only are Jacuzzi® Infrared Saunas endorsed by a doctor, but they are also designed by founder, Dr. Raleigh Duncan.



Improve your health, wellness and overall lifestyle with the addition and regular use of a Jacuzzi® Infrared Sauna.



Every Jacuzzi® Infrared Sauna is built with superior craftsmanship and adhere to an expert design, with hand-sanded and colour-matched wood panels.



Our limited lifetime warranty covers the entire sauna, including controls, electrical components, heaters, wood, and the audio system.

Frequently Asked Questions About Saunas

An infrared sauna offers many of the same wonderful benefits of a traditional sauna, including a stylish wooden aesthetic and an approach to improved health. Before we can really take a closer look at what an infrared sauna is, we must first discuss infrared wavelengths.

Infrared Wavelengths

The sun produces a combination of visible and invisible light. One of the invisible spectrums produced by the sun is known as infrared rays, which help to provide warmth. Infrared wavelengths can be beneficial to the human body, as they help to increase thermal energy throughout the body, all without rays from the sun that can have harmful effects – depending on exposure.

There are three main categories on infrared spectrum, including:

Near Infrared

While near infrared is the shortest wavelength, it penetrates the deepest. Near infrared wavelengths contain a property that prevents them from being captured by water. This is what allows these wavelengths to penetrate far beyond the skin’s surface. Ultimately, these wavelengths can help to increase your core thermal energy.

Mid Infrared

Mid infrared wavelengths, unlike near infrared, are captured by water molecules. Mid infrared wavelengths can help to improve your circulation through vasodilation, leading to a number of health benefits such as improved blood flow and a metabolism boost.

Far Infrared

Far infrared wavelengths show the most similarity to the infrared heat produced by the human body. Far infrared wavelengths are easily captured by water molecules in the body, before releasing energy. The human body can produce far infrared wavelengths at about 9.4 microns, which is why they feel natural and completely normal. In fact, many find that they experience better energy levels after being exposed to far infrared heat through a sauna.

Infrared Saunas

Unlike traditional saunas, infrared saunas don’t utilize hot rocks or steam to heat the unit. Instead, they are equipped with many durable and advanced features to help to create and maintain quality infrared heat. This process warms the body from the inside out, resulting in an array of lasting health benefits.

Spending time inside an infrared sauna regularly can encourage a number of health improvements, such as:

  1. Improved skin
  2. Reduced stress
  3. Better sleep
  4. Soothed joint pain
  5. Eased muscle tension
  6. Whole-body detoxification
  7. More energy and less fatigue
  8. Better appearance of cellulite
  9. Temporary relief of physical pain
  10. Improved recovery following an injury
  11. Eased muscle stiffness
  12. Improved flexibility
  13. Increased metabolism

How much a sauna costs will depend on a number of factors, including brand, kind, size, features, materials, and location. On average, the cost of a sauna can range from $3,000 to $12,000. Like many other products and home investments, you get what you pay for with a sauna. Opting for a lower-cost model or an unknown brand can leave you with a product that offers a sub-par experience, lower quality or requires repairs more often than not.

When you invest with an industry-leading brand, such as Jacuzzi® Infrared Saunas, you can find confidence in knowing that you’re making an investment designed to last. These saunas are built using premium materials, including cedar and basswood, and are equipped with a number of advanced features.

How long you stay inside a sauna for can depend on a number of factors, including your age, health, preference, and the temperature inside the sauna. As a general rule of thumb, we suggest spending about 10 minutes inside of a sauna. For beginners, you may want to start with five minutes and then gradually build up your tolerance. If you wish to spend more than 10 minutes inside a sauna, you can try using it in the morning and then again in the afternoon or evening, to break up the time.

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