Longevity Training Club


Indulge in the rejuvenating benefits of a sauna at Longevity Training Club. Our Infrared Sauna Therapy is designed to enhance your performance, promote longevity, and unlock your true potential. Step into our state-of-the-art ClearLight Sanctuary 5 Outdoor Infrared Sauna and experience the detoxifying effects as it helps to improve circulation, relax muscles, and reduce stress. Whether you’re recovering from an injury or simply looking to optimize your overall well-being, our sauna sessions are the perfect addition to your personalized plan. Book an appointment now and defy time – live long and strong.

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What the Research Shows

Studies have shown that higher frequency and duration of sauna bathing are related to a lower risk of cardiovascular mortality, sudden cardiac death, stroke, hypertension, pulmonary diseases, and dementia. And perhaps most importantly, the risk of all-cause mortality was 40% lower among frequent sauna users (1).

There is quite a lot of data available pointing to how regular sauna use can protect against memory loss and Alzheimer.

One of the most comprehensive study is this one: Sauna bathing is inversely associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in middle-aged Finnish men (2).

In this study, “Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland found a link between sauna visits and memory diseases after following more than 2,300 middle-aged Finnish men for more than 20 years. In the study, men who went to the sauna four to seven times a week were found 66 percent less likely to be diagnosed with dementia, and 65 percent less likely with Alzheimer’s disease, than those taking a sauna once a week.” (2)

Frequent Saunas Reduce Alzheimer’s Disease Risks and Cardiovascular Disease Risks

“Deep in our cells, heaps of molecular junk are piling up from the wear and tear of age,” “Hoarding all that trash could lead to serious problems. But the blistering heat of the sauna tells my body to send in a cleanup crew: heat shock proteins. These tiny heroes get to work giving my cells the ultimate spring cleaning.”
~ Chris Hemsworth (DocuSeries: Limitless)

Peter Attia author of Outlive says where frequent saunas are the most beneficial are cardiovascular disease, where there’s about a 50 percent reduction in risk of death, and Alzheimer’s disease, where there’s about a 66 percent reduction. (Verified. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

Overall, the data is robust in support of heat therapy in the following manner:

  • 20 minutes or more each session
  • Four times a week or more
  • At about 170 degrees Fahrenheit/80 degrees Celsius

Possible mechanisms conferring benefit:
Mimics exercise

  • sauna activity seems to mimic cardiovascular exercise
  • E.g., Heart rate gets up to 150 beats per minute in a sauna

What about other things such as growth hormone and heat shock proteins?

  • There are increased growth hormone levels
  • Increased prolactin
  • Increased cortisol,
  • And other hormones likely increase: norepinephrine, renin activity, white blood cell count, and heat shock proteins

Health Benefits


Research Articles:
1. Tanjaniina Laukkanen, MSc; Hassan Khan, MD, PhD; Francesco Zaccardi, MD; Jari A. Laukkanen, MD, PhD (2015) Association Between Sauna Bathing and Fatal Cardiovascular and All-Cause Mortality Events. JAMA Intern Med. 2015; 175(4):542-548.
2. Laukkanen T, Kunutsor S, Kauhanen J et al. (2017) Sauna bathing is inversely associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in middle-aged Finnish men. Age and ageing 46, 245-249.
3. Laukkanen JA, Laukkanen T, Kunutsor SK (2018) Cardiovascular and Other Health Benefits of Sauna Bathing: A Review of the Evidence. Mayo Clinic proceedings 93, 1111-1121.
4. Knekt P, Jarvinen R, Rissanen H et al. (2020) Does sauna bathing protect against dementia? Preventive medicine reports 20, 101221.
5. Zaccardi F, Laukkanen T, Willeit P et al. (2017) Sauna Bathing and Incident Hypertension: A Prospective Cohort Study. American journal of hypertension 30, 1120-1125.
6. Kukkonen-Harjula K, Kauppinen K (2006) Health effects and risks of sauna bathing. International journal of circumpolar health 65, 195-205.
7. Olsson B(2018) [Medical aspects on sauna bathing] Lakartidningen 115.