Monday, September 24, 2012

Almost Heaven

Guest Post by Heather F.

Wouldn't it be great to have a sauna in your own backyard? Looking back, I loved spending some time in the sauna while I was on a cruise this summer. Once you get used to the dry heat, you can almost feel your body releasing toxins. It was so relaxing and I felt so refreshed after!

Many gyms no longer have sauna's in the locker room. But, who wants to sweat like crazy during a workout and then step into a sauna anyway? Not me! I'd rather go into the sauna whenever I wanted, late at night, first thing in the morning, etc. Before I found out abut Almost Heaven, I thought you'd have to be a millionaire to have a sauna in your house.
But, who knew you could have a sauna installed in your backyard without spending a fortune?! Almost Heaven offers cedar barrel saunas and they even provide payment plans. Having a sauna at your disposal can improve your quality of life in many ways. It helps with:
  • toxin release
  • weight loss
  • arthritic pain
  • immune system enhancement
  • circulation enhancement
  • endorphins release
  • skin tone

I couldn't believe sitting in a sauna for a short time could do all these wonderful things! My mom used to sit in the sauna for over an hour. I don't know how she did it, but has great skin, so maybe that's one of the reasons!

These sauna's come with everything you need inside. And, if you pour water over the hot rocks, it becomes a steam room! So cool! It's shaped like a barrel, so it's very compact. It has a sturdy, yet elegant, glass door. There's an option of having one with a canopy too, so you can sit on the ledge outside. 

Almost Heaven Sauna's are sold at Costco, and there are also dealers all over the world. Plus, if you go to their Facebook page, there's a coupon for $1,000 off!

When we move into a house with a backyard (currently living in a town house with no backyard ) I am definitely going to save up for an Almost Heaven Sauna!

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