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What should I bring to my session?

Sauna & Contrast Therapy
Towels and water are provided as part of our service to you.
A water bottle may be useful to stay hydrated after your session.

Clothes to change into and a bag to put your wet clothes into.

Consider a book or some music to enjoy in the sauna and while using our compression boots.

What should I wear to my session?

Light, breathable clothing such as swimwear or underwear.

Contrast Therapy (Infrared Sauna and Ice Bath)
Please wear light weight moisture absorbing active wear or swimwear to reduce water wastage when coming in and out of the ice bath.

Compression Boots
Please wear loose shorts or pants to expose your legs. Nothing too restrictive

What do I need to do to prepare for my session?

Ensure your Initial Appointment Form is completed (for new customers only) prior to attending your session to acknowledge our policies and guidelines.

Arriving 5 minutes early will allow yourself enough time to get organised and will ensure you start your session on time.
Our scheduling is on time throughout the day and we want you to get the most out of your session.
Unfortunately; if you are running late we are unable to allow your session to run outside of the booked time slot to consider our customers booked in after your session.

How regularly should I do recovery sessions?

That is completely up to you and how often you feel you need too.

Research suggests that 57 minutes in the Infrared Sauna weekly will provide some benefits

Ice Bath
Research suggests that 11 minutes in the ice bath, weekly can provide benefits.

This would be equal to 2 Contrast Therapy sessions and an additional Sauna session.

Compression Boots
It is advised that 2 – 3 times per week for 20 – 30 minutes per session will provide results.

We do suggest considering your training regime when deciding the quantity of sessions per week to attend.

Is the Ice Bath filtered?

Our Ice bath is regularly emptied as well as having a 6 stage UV sanitised filtration system to ensure every session has clean water. Our Chiller also keeps our water temperature between 10-13 degrees Celsius.

How many people can use our facilities at one time?

Currently our studio has the following:

A two person Infrared Sauna, for better comfort we would only recommend 1 person to use it at one time unless you are happy to be quite close.
We do allow friends or partners to book in at the same time; select Infrared Sauna (2 People)

An Ice Tub, suitable for 1 person at one time; which can be alternated between up to 4 people

A comfy chair to use our pair of Endurance Compression Boots.


A Zero Gravity Full Body Massage Chair suitable for 1 person at one time; which can be alternated between up to 4 people.


Our Infrared UltraMat suitable for 1 person at one time; which can be alternated between up to 4 people

We do encourage you to bring a friend  or partner along and combine your recovery session with a catch up! We will allow no more than 4 people at a time.

Are there shower facilities for me to use, after my session?

Yes, we have one shower available in the next room to use before and after your session.


We do allow an additional 10 minutes before the next booking starts to ensure you have enough time to wash off and redress after your session.

In consideration of our next customers, we ask that you limit your shower to 3 minutes.

Are the Endurance Compression Recovery Boots safe for everyone to use?

While our pneumatic compression boots provide relief to people from multiple walks of life, they are not meant for everyone.

Here is a list of conditions (or contradictions) where these boots might harm rather than help:

  • Pregnancy

  • Any cardiovascular disease (a disorder that includes problems in the structure of the heart, diseased blood vessels, and blood clots)

  • Arrhythmia (irregular and fluctuating heartbeat caused by improper electrical impulses in the heart)

  • High blood pressure

  • Acute pulmonary edema (excess fluid in the lungs making it difficult for you to breathe)

  • Acute infections

  • Osteoporosis (when the body can’t replace old bone tissue with new tissue causing the patient’s bones to become weak and brittle)

  • Acute thrombophlebitis (blood clots that block one or veins, often in legs).

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (a blood clot that forms in the deeper veins of your body, usually presents itself with acute and painful swelling)

  • Episodes of pulmonary embolism (blockage of pulmonary arteries due to a blood clot that travelled up into the lungs, as the one Serena Williams had in 2011)

  • Bone fractures or dislocation

  • Open wounds or inflammation in the leg or lower body

  • Feeling of acute pain when you previously tried out any pneumatic compression massage chairs/boots.

  • A feeling of unexplained tiredness

  • Going through a surgery or have just had one

If you have any of these conditions,

  • We advise you to let your body fully recover to a neutral and normal state before buying these boots.

  • If you are not sure if or how harmful (or helpful) they might be, consult your local physio or your doctor for guidance.

If you are an adult without any of these contradictions, you will enjoy using Endurance recovery boots.

What will stop me from being able to use your recovery room?

Can my children use Endurance pneumatic compression boots?

Only young athletes above the age of 12 should use these boots. Our recovery room is only suitable for those 16 years and over. Young athletes should not use them:

  • for more than 30 minutes/day

  • with pressures exceeding 90 mmHg

  • if they have any of the above-mentioned contradictions

Are there toilet facilities for me to use?

Yes we have a toilet available in the next room to our recovery room.

Am I able to use the Ice Bath/Infrared Sauna while menstruating?

Absolutely! We request that you wear the appropriate sanitary products during your ice bath session.
Please note: Pads are unable to be used in the ice bath.

Estrogen and progesterone levels are low, which can make you more sensitive to heat. Using an infrared sauna during your menstrual phase can be a safe and beneficial way to relieve pain symptoms and promote relaxation.

Everyone has their own unique physiology, so when it comes to their reaction to an infrared sauna, everyone will experience it differently. As infrared saunas increase blood circulation to tissues and muscles throughout the body, individuals may experience a slightly heavier period. However, this can help to reduce the duration of your period. It is also essential to keep up with water and electrolyte intake when using infrared saunas, as you will experience increased sweat, which will need replacing.

If you experience more significant medical health conditions as a result of your period, you should consult with your doctor or a medical professional before using an infrared sauna whilst on your period.

Will I be guided or instructed during my session?

Of course! If this is your first time trying any one of our services; we will be available to guide you to get the most out of it.

Do you accept walk in appointments?

All bookings must be made online.
This is to guarantee availability of the time you are requesting.
We also have caps on the number of people per service, at any one time.

If you would like to make a last minute appointment, please call us on 56364902 and we will do our best to accommodate your request.

Can I wear Jewellery?

We request all jewellery and watches are removed prior to your session.
Although our Infrared Sauna does not get as hot as traditional saunas, we ask this as a precaution and for your safety and to protect your valuables.

Can I bring my children in with me?

We aim to ensure you get the most out of your rest and recovery experience and therefore do not allow anyone under 16 years to be in our recovery room.

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