google-site-verification: google250b31d841cb28a3.html
top of page


Spire institute

HUMAN Body charging station

wet steam sauna bath


Sitting in a steam room might significantly improve your cardiovascular health. However, after we break a sweat during a tough workout, steam sessions may help stimulate blood flow to cool the skin and bring more oxygen to the muscles. As a result, the body can build more endurance to engage in physical activity regularly and with more strength.  Improved circulation can lead to lowered blood pressure and a healthier heart.   It can also promote healing of broken skin tissue.  Moist heat can help relieve pain and reduce  muscle damage.   Wet steam can offer some pain relief by increasing blood flow to muscles.   Experts used to think that these heated rooms only moved blood to the skin.    However, they also shift blood from your core into your muscles.

WHY This Therapy

Why would you use a steam bath?  Athletes need relaxation and stress relief, and steam rooms can be the best way to power down from a tough workout—or a tough loss. Steam therapy has been shown in some people to help raise endorphins, the runner's high, and serotonin, which helps enhance mood and promote a feeling of calm.  Through a process called thermic conditioning, steam therapy may increase your physical stamina and exercise endurance. In a study in the Journal of Science Medicine & Sport, researchers discovered that two 30-minute sessions in a sauna or steam room per week increased endurance output by 32%



Who are steam baths recommended for?  Wet steam baths are generally recommended for customers of all ages


How often should you repeat this therapy?   Experts recommend a wet steam room or bath should be used “2-3 times a week for no more than 15-30 minutes at a time,”.   Some individuals like to opt for intervals. “You can do 15 to 20 minutes inside the bath, take a 5 minute break outside the room, and then go back inside, repeating this for 3-4 cycle.




 What does this therapy help to improve?  Whereas a sauna achieves its heat via a wood stove or heater.   Both are highly effective at helping you to cleanse and detox,  however steam rooms are renowned for supporting your body in its expulsion of toxins and waste product build-up.


 Who should not use a steam sauna?  The steam bath is contraindicated to: Those suffering from heart conditions, those who have hypertension or hypo-tension and have not seen a doctor, those with kidney failure, diabetes, or epilepsy, as well as pregnant women. The steam bath should be avoided in all of these case.


bottom of page
google-site-verification: google250b31d841cb28a3.html