The Benefits of Infrared Sauna

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Read more about what infrared sauna can do for your physical and mental health

If you are looking for sauna in Copenhagen, look no further! We have a dedicated sauna space with our full-spectrum infrared sauna and private facilities for 1 or 2 people. We provide everything you need including towels, cloths and lots of water! We have a number of specially compiled music playlists as well as some guided meditations to listen to whilst you relax in our sauna. Read on for more information about the benefits of infrared sauna. 

Infrared sauna – what is it?

An infrared sauna is heated using infrared rays. In a traditional sauna, the heat comes from the sauna stove, which heats up the air. In an infrared sauna, the heat comes from the panels in the walls and floor of the sauna. The heat from these panels can penetrate deeper into the body than heated air, and therefore you get the heat and begin to sweat at lower temperatures than in a traditional sauna.

The pores in your skin will slowly open and your heart will beat a little faster, so that the blood is pumped through the body faster. In this way, waste materials will also be removed more quickly. An infrared sauna session is a calm and relaxing form of therapeutic treatment with many beneficial effects in the body.

Read more about the benefits below.

The Benefits of Infrared Sauna

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Relaxing & Meditative

The tranquil environment creates a unique opportunity for meditation. Meditation and deep relaxation promote mental strength and health.

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Muscle Restitution

Infrared sauna penetrates deeper into the muscles, increases blood flow and helps with faster recovery, regardless of how much sport you do.

Deep cleansing

When we sweat, we excrete waste products through the skin. The deep heat penetrates deep and in this way you get rid of toxins and heavy metals from the body.

Reduce Stress

Time in the sauna is calm and enjoyable. It lowers the stress hormone cortisol, and endorphins and other signaling substances are released, leaving you feeling peaceful and at ease. 

Circulation & Blood Pressure

An infrared sauna session can be compared to a walk – You sweat, blood vessels dilate, heart rate and circulation increase.

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Strengthened Immune Response

The immune system is strengthened as the body’s cells are exposed to mild stress. Reduced cortisol also means our defences are not suppressed. 

Great for Skin

Infrared heat improves collagen and elastin production in the skin. After a sauna stay, your skin will feel cleansed and revitalized.


The heat reduces oxidative stress and inflammation. This is supported by the efficient excretion of waste substances through heat and sweating.

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Pain Reduction

Book a time

We offer sauna to 1 or 2 people and each session is 45 minutes. Contact us on if you would like to order a longer a longer session. 

Sauna & Floating

Why not try the magic the combination of infrared sauna and floating. This treatment is available for 1 or 2 people, where the 2 people share the sauna and then float in our large float room. 

Save with a Klippekort

If you would like to use the sauna regularly, it’s a great idea for you to purchase a klippekort. You can buy it for 1 or 2 people.

Good Advice

For the vast majority of people, going to an infrared sauna is completely unproblematic, and it can even feel uplifting.

If one experiences discomfort, it may be heat discomfort, slight dizziness and perhaps a headache. In these cases, it is usually due to dehydration and perhaps a drop in blood pressure.

Here are some good tips:

Can everyone use an infrared sauna?

It is generally considered safe for most people to use an infrared sauna, but if you fall into one of these categories, we advise against it. Instead, you can take a trip in one of our lovely floating tanks.

Do not use the sauna if you:

Sauna FAQ

If you would like more information about infrared sauna, or to get a few tips about how to prepare for a sauna session, please read our Sauna FAQ