From Our Editors
Human beings, like plants, derive their life force from the sun. Unless they live in the great outdoors 24/7 or own a timeshare on the planet Mercury, however, most people probably don’t soak up nearly enough rays. Fortunately, infrared saunas do an effective job of replicating those rays in a comfortable indoor environment. There isn’t much of a difference between a traditional sauna and an infrared one regarding the desired outcome: to help the body expunge toxins. What makes infrared heat unique, though, is that infrared is much more efficient at purging those impurities while decreasing the amount of water the body loses. And while all that’s occurring, the heat also increases circulation, which helps ease joint and muscle pain.
Zeni’s Inner Radiance lodges comfortably within Core Strength Wichita. Known for group and personal Pilates and Gyrotonic fitness programs, the Core Strength staff teach students how to strengthen their cores and improve their flexibility to aid their fight against the corrosive sands of time.