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Learn about the many benefits of our Far-Infrared Sauna and Whole-Body Vibration


What is Far-Infrared Sauna?

Infrared light is part of the Sun's invisible spectrum of light that has the ability to penetrate the human tissue.

Infrared heat therapy uses far infrared light characteristics to heat the body directly rather than just the air.  The experience is similar to sunbathing, which gives you the radiant heat that is all your own.  Unlike sunbathing, far infrared heat therapy is completely healthy and safe. You can relax in a far infrared sauna and it will never cause your skin to burn.

Conventional saunas heat the air with steam which can be unbearably hot. This type of sauna causes the body to sweat at the surface of the tissue and often makes it difficult to breath. A far infrared sauna uses soothing dry far infrared heat that is well ventilated, relaxing and healing.

There are many health benefits that may be gained and conditions that have been treated by using far-infrared heat as reported in the Journal of American Medical Association, the McGraw/Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, and Infrared Therapy by Dr. Yamajaki. Most studies to date have been conducted in the US and Japan.

*Creating a cure for or treating any disease is neither implied nor should be inferred*

Health and Therapeautic Effects

Musculoskeletal Conditions and Benefits

Caloric Consumption
Passive Cardiovascular Conditioning
Weight Control
Muscle spasms
Coronary Artery Disease
Compression fracture
Spinal cord shock
Lower back pain
Heavy Metal Detoxification
Lyme Disease
Muscle tension
Mold Toxicity
Disc-protrusion related neuralgia
Increased extensibility of collagen tissues
Brain contusion
Decreased joint stiffness
Gastroenteric problem
Relief of muscle spasms
Shoulder pain
Muscle and joint pain relief
Increased blood flow
Resolution of inflammatory infiltrates and edema
Has been used in cancer therapy
Ear diseases
Post-exercise muscle pain


What is Whole-Body Vibration?

The Whole Body Vibration Machine is a platform that you stand on which produces vibrations offering a stimulus to the body.

The energy is safely and effectively transferred to your body, stimulating every cell – your muscles, your bones and your soft tissue. The body reacts involuntarily with multiple muscle contractions in order to re-balance you on the plate.  The quick movement of the platform also increases the “g” force of the body. As acceleration increases, your body will feel like it weighs more thus mimicking weight-bearing exercise. The result is less stress on the joints, ligaments and tendons when compared to regular resistance training.

How it works

Traditional whole body vibration machines work with what is called Harmonic Motion, which moves the user in an up and down motion on the platform with a relatively high amount of amplitude, which refers to the actual physical distance of movement.  The number of times that the machine platform actually moves in one second is referred to as the frequency and is measured in Hz.  Most machines will have a low frequency and a high amplitude which is good for individuals that are looking for weight loss ability.

The other common type of vibration plate machines utilize Linear Motion, which moves the platform forward and back and side to side and is often used to help build muscle strength.  The way to achieve increased muscle strength is to use a machine that has very low amplitude but has a much higher frequency of motion (Hz).

The Vibe Trainer by Advanced Healthworks technology utilizes both motion types simultaneously resulting in the ability to increase muscle strength and burn calories

History of Whole Body Vibration

Vibration exercise has been researched and studied for over 50 years utilizing a frequency range that has been proven both safe and effective. The technology was originally developed by the Russian space program to preserve muscle and bone mass in zero gravity conditions. These researchers found that it not only stopped the loss but strengthened muscle tissue and increased bone density. They then began using this technology to prevent injury to their Olympic athletes and to rehabilitate them from injury.

In the early 1990’s, after the fall of Communism in Russia, Whole Body Vibration technology was introduced to the Orient and Europe. It continues to be used extensively, studied and enhanced. After decades of research, NASA, many professional athletes, sports teams, medical centers, spas and health clubs have embraced this technology. Practitioners in the United States are becoming aware of its systemic effects and therapeutic applications.


When you workout you are targeting one muscle group at a time.  However, when you are on a Whole Body Vibration Machine, 97% of all muscles are engaged and forced to respond at once just to keep you stable.  Couple this with also working under a much greater “g” force, your health and fitness results are accelerated.  Add weights, resistance bands, etc. and your body is working much harder than it would on stable ground.

The result … more benefits in far less time than conventional exercise.

Who should use Whole Body Vibration?

There are health benefits possible for everyone from the very young to the elderly.  Whole Body Vibration machines are also a great alternative for people who enjoy an active lifestyle, but do not have the time for a lengthy work-out three or more times a week.  However, you don’t have to be an athlete or in need of physical therapy to benefit from using Whole Body Vibration machines.

What are the benefits?

The benefits range from an immediate improvement in blood circulation, to a variety of other measurable outcomes, such as:
Increased muscle strength and flexibility
Better range of motion
Better core conditioning and stability
Faster recovery
Enhanced metabolism
Increased bone mineral density
Reduction of the stress hormone Cortisol
Elevation of Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
Improved lymphatic flow
Decrease belly fat and cellulite
Whole Body Vibration has also been used to improve conditions of Osteoporosis, Diabetic Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia, MS, Parkinson’s, Incontinence, Arthritis, Knee, Back, and Joint Pain, Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder and more.


Consult with your family physician before starting this or any exercise program.  This equipment should not be used by children or people with the following conditions without consulting a physician:

• Pregnancy
• Recently Installed Implants
• Recent Surgery
• Acute Thrombosis
• Artificial Joints
• Epilepsy
• Recent Fractures
• Gall Bladder or Kidney Stones
• Severe Migraines
• Severe Diabetes
• Pacemaker
• Severe Cardiovascular Disease

Far-Infrared Sauna & Whole-Body Vibration Packaging

Single Sessions



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