Infrared Ray Sauna Mont Kiara

What is Infrared Sauna Therapy?

ONI Physio Fitness at Mont Kiara offers a rejuvenating and cutting-edge wellness experience with our Infrared Ray Sauna. The infrared rays penetrate deep into your cells and reach deeper layers of tissue, making it more effective while maintaining a comfortable ambient temperature. Infrared Ray Sauna temperature remains below 65°C and this results in a less stifling sensation compared to traditional saunas,.

The innovative technology utilized by ONI Physio Fitness not only promotes relaxation but also offers potential therapeutic benefits, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking a holistic approach to fitness and wellness.

Whether you’re looking to unwind and de-stress or explore the potential health benefits of infrared therapy, ONI Physio Fitness at Mont Kiara’s Infrared Ray Sauna is sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated and revitalized.

Who needs an Infrared Ray Sauna?

In general, sauna bathing is suitable for everyone unless you have a specific medical condition, which will be further explained in the FAQ section. However, you may particularly benefit from it if you are:

How does infrared ray sauna help us?


Are Infrared Ray Saunas Safe for Everyone?

Infrared Ray Sauna Therapy is generally safe for most individuals. However, if you have high blood pressure, heart disease, or other medical conditions, it is advisable to consult with your doctor before engaging in sessions. Pregnant individuals, those with angina (chest pain due to reduced blood flow to the heart muscles), and those with implanted pacemakers should avoid the sessions.

What Is the Duration of One Session?
Each session typically lasts for 30 to 45 minutes.
What Preparations Are Required Before a Session?
To stay comfortable during the session, it’s important to stay well-hydrated beforehand. Avoid heavy meals or arriving on an empty stomach. Also, refrain from consuming alcohol before the sauna, as it may lead to discomfort and dizziness.
Are There Any Contraindications for Sauna Use?

Sauna sessions are not recommended for individuals with the following conditions: –

  • Cardiovascular disease with angina pain
  • Chronic conditions associated with reduced ability to sweat
  • Individuals prone to bleeding
  • Fever
  • Pregnancy
  • Menstruation
  • Implants
  • Recent surgeries
  • Pacemakers