How would you like to unwind in a peaceful space surrounded by nature, getting your much needed psychic space, away from your daily stress, to decompress, rest, meditate and detoxify by enjoying our near zero EMF Infrared Sauna, secluded yoga space with provided stability fitness balls, outdoor garden space with provided lounge chairs, shade umbrellas and Rebounder trampoline (to activate your cardio and get your lymphatic system moving), while enjoying our pristine & regenerative warm water therapeutic private pool and may be getting one of our bodywork sessions?
This 2 hrs. day pass of the private use of our facility includes:
Our healthy near zero EMF Far Infrared Sauna (FIRS) is perfect for assisting your health and wellbeing, increasing your endurance recovery, treating chronic pain and safely detoxifying (heavy metals, mold and other toxins and pathogens that may impair our immune system).
Studies show that infrared saunas can help boost heart health and reduce blood pressure. The improved blood circulation brought on by an infrared sauna session can help speed up muscle recovery following physical activity.
Rebounding is a type of aerobic exercise that is performed while jumping on a mini-trampoline. Jumps can be fast or slow, and can be mixed with rest or aerobic stepping. It’s generally appropriate for people of all ages, from children to older adults.
Rebounding can help work the muscles in the legs, increase your endurance, and strengthen your bones, among a number of other benefits. This type of exercise is gentle on the joints but allows you to work your cardiovascular and lymphatic system without taxing the body.
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