Synergy Tent Sauna

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  • Synergy Tent Sauna
  • Synergy Tent Sauna
  • Synergy Tent Sauna
  • Synergy Tent Sauna


Synergy Tent Sauna portable Full Spectrum Sauna includes both near and far infrared penetration and detoxifying therapeutic heat.

The tent sauna is made of a safe bamboo fabric.  Ozone/Negative Ion Generator included. Tourmaline in the walls also provides negative ions.

Portable infrared IR sauna you can take it anywhere you go. It comes with a convenient carry bag and only weighs 24 lbs. The temperature range is 113°F -140°F.



* Wavelengths: The Synergy Sauna™ emits real infrared rays with wavelengths between 7 and 14 micrometers (μm) or between 7,000 and 14,000 Nano meters (nm), which is the beneficial range for humans (the longer penetrating waves). The Relative Emission Spectrum below shows the relative amount of infrared being emitted by the Synergy Sauna™ at different wavelengths. The X-axis shows the different wavelengths and the Y-axis shows the relative amount of infrared rays being emitted. The peak wavelength is at about 9 μm (9000 nm), which is where water molecules vibrate. Since the human body is made up of 60-75% water, it absorbs infrared the best (the deepest heat penetration) at 9 μm. As seen in the relative emission spectrum curve below, virtually all of the infrared emitted from the Synergy Sauna™ is between 4 and 14 μm.

* Temperature Range: 113°-140°F. When used correctly, will heat up to max temperature within 15-20 minutes.

1 Year Warranty and a 30 day Return Policy!

* Includes 3 removable and re-washable sweat collars!

* Temperature Control for interior and foot section

* Ultra Low EMF heating panels: < 0.3 milligauss * 87% Spectral Emissivity (87% infrared and 13% heat) Heating panels have black tourmaline stones every 4 inches on a grid to further combat EMF’s.

* Foot Heating Pad: Separate control with green tourmaline stones.

* Ozone/Negative Ion Generator: Creates ozone to keep the interior of the sauna clean and negative ion generator to supply negative ions for grounding and additional support for the body against positive ions and harmful particulates in the air. This module in the Synergy Sauna is found on the inside of the sauna and is a round module where you can switch the modules out put from Ozone generation to negative ion generation. See product image gallery.

* Infrared Energy Density: 456 Watts/square meter at 99F

* Timer Range: 5 to 95 minutes

* Sauna Dimensions, once set up: H40in x W31.5in x L33in (103cm x 80cm x 84cm)

* Input Voltage: 110V/60H AC (for international usage (any country not USA), (please use a Power Converter)). The sauna Power Supply does emit  a low amount of EMFs. As you move away from the power supply, the EMF’s lessen greatly. Where you sit in the Synergy Sauna, We test the EMFs at less than 1.

* Output Power: 1000W (max)


Lower Sauna Temperature = A Better Sauna Detox

Sweat fulfills two primary functions. It cools the body and it removes waste products out of the body, accomplishing this through two main types of sweat glands.

The Apocrine glands, which are located in areas such as the armpits and scalp, secrete sweat which contains higher levels of fats and organic compounds. The second group called Eccrine glands are scattered all over the body and handle most of the sweating process, numbering more than 2 million.

These Eccrine glands, over the course of a normal day pump out nearly a quart of sweat. However, in a high temperature steam sauna (180 degrees+ Fahrenheit), they produce this amount in only 15 minutes. Using an infrared sauna at 130-140 degrees Fahrenheit results in the same heavy amount of sweating. While this cleans the pores and skin, it is also excretes higher amounts of electrolytes. Using a sauna at these temperatures requires replacing the lost fluids and electrolytes.

However, using an infrared sauna at the lower temperatures of 110-125 degrees Fahrenheit results in a sticker, more fat-laden sweat and less electrolyte loss. In fact at lower temperatures, the sweat from an infrared sauna session is comprised of up to 20% toxins compared to only 3% toxins in the sweat produced in a high temperature steam sauna. This is a main reason the infrared sauna is the better sauna for detox purposes.

Some users report using the sauna at a lower temperature of 110-125 degrees Fahrenheit for the first 20 minutes and then raising the temperature to around 135 degrees Fahrenheit to produce a more profuse sweat for the final 10 minutes.

Dry Brush for Increased Lymphatic Cleansing

One of the important roles your skin plays is that of supporting detoxification. However, if the skin is saturated with dead skin cells and toxins, its ability to eliminate these wastes is reduced.

As you will be using a sauna for detox purposes, preparing the skin to be effective in its detox role by dry brushing can often increase the results you experience. In fact, dry brushing not only helps by removing dead skin cells, but also aids in waste removal through the lymph nodes.

Few activities can really activate the lymphatic system in its removal of cellular waste. When the lymphatic system is not functioning properly, the cellular wastes build up in the hundreds of miles of lymphatic tubes. This lymphatic congestion causes inflammation and even sickness. As dry brushing stimulates the lymph nodes, it is a powerful detoxification protocol on its own. But adding it prior to a sauna session compounds these detoxification effects.

Brushing the skin also increases circulation, another benefits that makes it a great pre-sauna activity. Simply purchase a dry brush made with natural bristles and make long sweeping strokes on the skin towards the heart. Start at the feet and move upward, always brushing towards the heart.

Pre-Session Protocol for Optimal Benefits

A proper protocol for using a sauna for detox starts with something that is obvious. Hydrate. Drink a glass of water before beginning the sauna session. The higher the temperature will be in the sauna, the more water should be consumed before, during and after the sauna.

Showering Before and after using a Sauna

Although not necessary, some users find showering prior to using their sauna results in a faster and heavier sweat and a more invigorating experience. It can also stimulate your body’s circulation even before entering the sauna. 


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Warranty Information

1 Year
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