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Iyashi Dôme: Optimal solution

Iyashi Dôme Japanese saunas offer a versatile treatment solution for spas searching for quality touchless treatments backed by science and Japanese technology


Iyashi Dôme far-infrared treatment technology has been an industry pillar of excellence for wellness, aesthetic and health professionals for almost 20 years.

Founded in 2004 by Shogoro Uemura, the brand was the first of its kind on the market – hence Iyashi Dôme became the generic term for ‘Japanese sauna’ (the combination of dry heat and Japanese technology).

The Iyashi Dôme infra-red sauna is backed by measured clinical studies with medical publications and according to Mr Uemura, provides a particularly attractive opportunity for spa operators in a COVID landscape, due to its touchless treatment application.

“Thanks to our mobile app, we now have the protocols to offer hands-free, non-contact treatments which combine profitability and safety,” he explained.

Iyashi Dôme’s infra-red technology allows the body to rise significantly in temperature all while using a risk-free, smooth and powerful technique.

This helps to stimulate detoxification, encourage slimming, improve sleep, fight skin ageing and prepare muscles for exercise as well as relaxation.

Spas can offer two different Iyashi Dôme infra-red sessions – either Intense or Soft – in order to accomodate all guests’ needs.

A 30-minute Intense treatment is practised naked or in disposable underwear and is designed to trigger heavy sweating, while a Soft session is intended for those searching for a more relaxing infra-red experience. The latter can be practised dressed and lasts from 15 to 45 minutes without stimulating sweating.

The device offers endless treatment possibilities for spas, allowing them to provide single one-off sauna sessions or use the technology as a complementary pre- or post-treatment therapy alongside facials, massages or body treatments.

Mr Uemura passionately believes that Iyashi Dômes benefit partner spas by offering their customers efficient and comfortable sessions, versatility, reliable technology and the assurance of a touchless treatment.

With a recommended price of €50 (US$61, £44) per 30-minute session, Iyashi Dôme offers spas a return on investment in less than nine months, at the rate of just three sessions per day.

"Iyashi Dôme technology offers endless treatment possibilities for spas" – Shogoro Uemura
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Iyashi Dôme: Optimal solution

Iyashi Dôme Japanese saunas offer a versatile treatment solution for spas searching for quality touchless treatments backed by science and Japanese technology


Iyashi Dôme far-infrared treatment technology has been an industry pillar of excellence for wellness, aesthetic and health professionals for almost 20 years.

Founded in 2004 by Shogoro Uemura, the brand was the first of its kind on the market – hence Iyashi Dôme became the generic term for ‘Japanese sauna’ (the combination of dry heat and Japanese technology).

The Iyashi Dôme infra-red sauna is backed by measured clinical studies with medical publications and according to Mr Uemura, provides a particularly attractive opportunity for spa operators in a COVID landscape, due to its touchless treatment application.

“Thanks to our mobile app, we now have the protocols to offer hands-free, non-contact treatments which combine profitability and safety,” he explained.

Iyashi Dôme’s infra-red technology allows the body to rise significantly in temperature all while using a risk-free, smooth and powerful technique.

This helps to stimulate detoxification, encourage slimming, improve sleep, fight skin ageing and prepare muscles for exercise as well as relaxation.

Spas can offer two different Iyashi Dôme infra-red sessions – either Intense or Soft – in order to accomodate all guests’ needs.

A 30-minute Intense treatment is practised naked or in disposable underwear and is designed to trigger heavy sweating, while a Soft session is intended for those searching for a more relaxing infra-red experience. The latter can be practised dressed and lasts from 15 to 45 minutes without stimulating sweating.

The device offers endless treatment possibilities for spas, allowing them to provide single one-off sauna sessions or use the technology as a complementary pre- or post-treatment therapy alongside facials, massages or body treatments.

Mr Uemura passionately believes that Iyashi Dômes benefit partner spas by offering their customers efficient and comfortable sessions, versatility, reliable technology and the assurance of a touchless treatment.

With a recommended price of €50 (US$61, £44) per 30-minute session, Iyashi Dôme offers spas a return on investment in less than nine months, at the rate of just three sessions per day.

"Iyashi Dôme technology offers endless treatment possibilities for spas" – Shogoro Uemura
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