The ritual that
brings results.

Staying true to ancient sauna traditions, we have developed #theHPXregimen, an experience that will leave you feeling restored and set you on a journey to your best personal health and wellness.

Heatpraxia Sauna Session
Our recommended Praxia
Silver Lake Sauna

01. Sauna

We recommend 15 minutes of heat therapy in the sauna of your choice, followed by a 5- or 10-minute cooldown in front of the infrared therapy. Then back to the sauna for another 15. Exit, towel off, cool down, freshen up, and move into the chill zone.

Heatpraxia Contrast Therapy

02. Contrast therapy

Enjoy the added health benefits of an ice plunge in combination with sauna therapy: fifteen minutes in the heat, then 2 minutes in the ice plunge tub. Repeat the cycle twice through, focusing on your breathwork during the plunge.

FAQs

  • What is proper sauna use at HeatPraxia?

    Step into your private room and exhale all the chaos of the world you are leaving.

    Enter and exit the sauna as quickly as possible (shut the door behind you) as the heat is meant to stay inside the sauna.

    Enter the sauna with as little clothing as possible. If in the VIP sauna, make sure you are not naked.

    It’s never appropriate to sit directly on the bench. Make sure to sit on the provided towel, and remove it when you are done.

    The bottom bench is not meant for sitting but for stepping up to the top bench, where you want to sit and/or lay.

    Within your first 5-6 minutes, löyly (pour water over the rocks) to create humidity in the atmosphere.

    Exit the sauna after 10-12 minutes to cool down. Dry off.

    Put your goggles on and stand in front of the near-infrared panel for 4-5 minutes.

    Remove your goggles and enter back into the sauna.

    Repeat until your time is up

  • How often and for how long should I use the sauna?

    The ranging published studies state that for the benefits of sauna bathing, someone should “sauna bathe” 4-7 times per week.

    Proper sauna use of 10-12 minutes with a cool-off period of 4-5 minutes, repeat, should take up 50-55 minutes of each session.

  • What are COVID-19 protocols?

    At HeatPraxia, we provide a touch-less therapy/experience for all patrons. With private sauna booths, there is no contact with staff or patrons unless requested by the patron. Our saunas are cleaned out and disinfected thoroughly after each sauna session.

  • Can saunas prevent COVID-19?

    Saunas should not be used to prevent, treat, or cure COVID-19. For the latest guidelines on COVID-19 protection and prevention, please visit CoronaVirus.gov.

  • What are the health benefits of sauna use?

    Below are a few of the most polarizing studies regarding immune health, respiratory health, and reducing the risk of pneumonia.

    Sauna Use Improves Immune Function

    Sauna Use Improves Respiratory Health

    Sauna Use Reduces the Risk of Pneumonia

Guidelines

Our safety
precautions.

Coming to HeatPraxia should be a tranquil, enriching experience for everyone. We have developed a set of guidelines that all patrons must abide by. As always, if you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out.

Heatpraxia Sauna Regulations

Sauna
regulations

Use of the sauna occurs at the user’s own risk.

Elderly persons and those currently suffering or have ever suffered from any form of heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure should not use the sauna until they have spoken with a physician.

Individuals under the influence of alcohol or other impairing substances are not allowed to use the saunas.

Pregnant women should not sauna.

Persons should not spend more than 20 minutes in saunas in any one session.

Children under the age of 18 years are prohibited from using the saunas.

Running or engaging in unsafe activities in or around the saunas is prohibited.

Sauna capacity is specified on site.

No food or drinks besides water are allowed in the saunas.

Do not tamper with the thermostat in the sauna.

If you would like to change the temperature in the sauna, please do not touch the controller. Consult with a HeatPraxia practitioner.

Do not sleep in the sauna. doing so is dangerous and can lead to over-exertion.

Please use the provided towels while using the saunas.

Persons feeling ill or otherwise unwell should not use saunas.

Please use caution when applying water to the hot stones. Ensure that no part of your body is directly over any of the stones. The steam coming off of the rocks is very hot and can burn you.

Heatpraxia Contrast Therapy

Ice plunge
regulations

Use of the cold plunge occurs at the user’s own risk.

Elderly persons and those currently suffering or have ever suffered from any form of heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure should not use the sauna until they have spoken with a Physician.

There is no lifeguard on duty.

Persons suffering from a communicable disease transmissible via water may not use the sauna.

Individuals under the influence of alcohol or other impairing substances are not allowed to use the saunas.

Pregnant women should not use the plunges without consulting with a physician first.

Persons should not spend more than 20 minutes in saunas in any one session.

Children under the age of 18 years are prohibited from using the saunas.
Running or engaging in unsafe activities in or around the saunas is prohibited.

Sauna capacity is specified on site.

Persons feeling ill or otherwise unwell should not use ice plunge.

Ice plunge capacity is specified on site.

No food or drinks besides water are allowed in the ice plunge.

No cell phones inside ice plunge.

Do not sleep in the ice plunge. doing so is dangerous and can lead to over-exertion.