Collection: Indoor Steam Saunas

Preview our selection of indoor steam saunas for 1-2 persons or for a larger space for 4 or 6 persons.

We carry brands such as Auroom Saunas, SaunaLife, Sunray Saunas and Golden Designs. Some styles are open with glass walls for an open feel and perfect for those with claustrophobia or anyone who enjoys a panoramic view while relaxing. Many of these saunas offer the option of remote or Wi-Fi controller options, allowing for convenient temperature adjustments from anywhere in your home.

Enhance your sauna experience with built-in radio or Bluetooth speaker systems, enabling you to unwind to your favorite podcast, meditation session, or playlist.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Indoor Steam Saunas

Indoor steam saunas use an electric sauna heater that generates a dry heat and heats rocks resting in and on the heater. When water is splashed on the rocks, it increases the humidity and air temperature increasing sweating.

Benefits include, but are not limited to, relaxation, stress relief, improved circulation, improved muscle recovery, detoxification through sweating, and potential skin benefits such as cleansing pores.

Indoor steam saunas are safe when used properly, but it's essential to follow manufacturer's instructions, stay hydrated, and avoid prolonged exposure to extreme heat. If you are ever in doubt about your own health and being in a sauna, always check with your health care practitioner.

Installing an indoor steam sauna typically involves selecting an appropriate location allowing for a few inches around the unit for air circulation, assembling the sauna components or kit pieces, and having a certified electrician ensure you have the proper electrical to properly power the heater. For steam units this usually requires dedicated circuits.

When choosing a sauna, consider factors such as size needed, the space allowance you have, features like temperature control and lighting, ease of installation, and warranty coverage.

Frequency depends on your need and health care practitioner recommendations if you have health concerns. But most people find benefits from using it a few times per week for around 15-30 minutes per session.

After a sauna session, let it dry out by either running the heater a little longer without added humidity, and/or leave the door and vents open. Follow manufacturer's recommendations usually included in the instruction manual.