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BusinessWeek.com Reports an Appearance on Oprah Boosts Sunlight Saunas' Infrared Sauna Sales to Record Highs
Date:6/25/2009

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- BusinessWeek.com recently launched a story citing Oprah as 'Tech's Latest Trendsetter'. The article reports that among well-known tech companies -- such as Twitter and Kindle that have benefited from Oprah's "priceless" nod of approval -- is leading producer and distributor of far infrared saunas, Sunlight Saunas.

The commercial and home saunas offered by Sunlight Saunas were showcased by Dr. Oz on a segment on the Oprah Winfrey Show entitled 'High-Tech Ways to Extend Your Life' that aired in March of 2009 (scheduled to re-air on Tuesday, June 30th). BusinessWeek.com reports that Sunlight Saunas enjoyed as many infrared sauna sales in just the week after the segment aired as the company usually sees in an entire month.

Additionally, Sunlight Saunas' Kansas City-based Sunlight Day Spa saw record bookings for spa and sauna services in April and May of 2009 due to the Oprah segment on infrared sauna benefits.

Unlike conventional saunas that use hot rock or steam heat, Sunlight Saunas use exclusive Solocarbon(TM) infrared technology, offering the same healing energy released naturally by the sun. Rather than simply heating the air, this proprietary technology heats the body directly. In fact, Solocarbon(TM) is the only clinically tested infrared heater shown to increase core temperature for a deeper, more detoxifying sweat.

Sunlight Saunas commercial and home far infrared saunas were clinically shown in a study done at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, to lower blood pressure. The Journal of American College of Cardiology reports that infrared sauna treatments significantly increase circulation, improve heart health and aid in weight loss. As calculated by the amount of increase in heart rate, a 30-minute far infrared sauna session in a Sunlight Sauna can burn upwards of 600 calories. Other benefits include detoxification and pain relief.

Sunlight Saunas health expert advocates include fitness guru Jorge Cruise, 'Sports Chiropractor of the Year' Dr. Jeffrey Spencer and Dr. Mark Hyman, author of NY Times best seller "Ultrametabolism".

Sunlight Saunas owner Connie Zack explains, "Our company goal is to perpetuate the shift away from disease treatment and toward disease prevention. The future of our health depends on natural, safe and non-toxic methods of healing. There are countless infrared sauna benefits that can aid in self-empowered health care."

About Sunlight Saunas

The infrared sauna benefits of Sunlight Saunas were showcased by Dr. Oz on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2009. Founded in 1999, Sunlight Saunas is the leading producer and seller of infrared saunas. For more information, visit www.sunlightsaunas.com.

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