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Stop Stressin’ Get Movin’

Stop Stressin’ Get Movin’

Stress. We all feel it, especially lately. It’s part of our natural “fight or flight” response and our body’s way of preparing us to respond quickly to a concerning situation. However, when stress becomes chronic, and we don’t find healthy ways to deal with it, we put our bodies at risk.  Stress can trigger headaches, insomnia, muscle tension, heartburn and stomach aches. The longer your body is in a state of stress (constantly releasing stress… ... Read More

Self-Care That’s Good for Your Heart

Self-Care That’s Good for Your Heart

Have you ever been so angry that you get flush and feel like your “blood is boiling?” So stressed your chest tightens and your heart races? So anxious you feel like you can’t catch your breath? We’ve all experienced these strong emotions at one time or another. Anger, chronic stress and anxiety trigger a physical reaction in your body that could be hurting your cardiovascular health. That’s why it’s so important to take control of… ... Read More

Have a Happier and Healthier New Year

Have a Happier and Healthier New Year

We don’t want to just wish you a Happy New Year, we want to help you have a happier and healthier 2020. We searched the internet and compiled these expert tips for improving your mental and physical health this New Year.   Happier: Stop Comparing Yourself to Others Experts say depression, anxiety, and loneliness are on the rise thanks in part to our obsession with social media and comparing ourselves to others. We are constantly… ... Read More

My Story

My Story

I’m often asked why I started The Sauna Haus. The answer is simple – I want to help individuals find healthy ways to deal with the stress and pressures of everyday life. My ultimate goal is to help my clients live their best life. The story of The Sauna Haus is my very own journey to whole-body wellness.    It Started with a Call Cancer. It’s a dreaded diagnosis that everyone fears. My prognosis was… ... Read More

Good Detox

Good Detox

No Sweat (You’re Still Detoxing) There is a common myth out there about Sauna Therapy. If you’re not dripping in sweat, you’re not detoxing. But that’s not necessarily the case. Not everyone sweats the same. After your sauna session is your skin damp and sticky? That means you’re still releasing toxins and getting the same benefits as those who are soaking wet. Temperatures in traditional steam saunas range from 180 degrees to 200 degrees. With… ... Read More