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Health tech company Found—Space launches home wellness spaces


Health technology company Found—Space has launched a line of home wellness spaces to encourage customers to engage in taking more breathers in the comfort of their own homes.

Found—Space, (formerly iHealth Saunas) aims to help customers to recreate their home spaces with state-of-the-art infrared home saunas and wellness accessories that support health and wellbeing.

The company has five sauna styles; City Compact, Premium Range, Full Spectrum, The Lite Range, Outdoor Barrel, and The Smart Sauna – the world’s first digitally connected infrared sauna. All Found—Space saunas are built to Australian Electrical Safety Standards.

The range caters to all home (and relevant commercial) environments including the City Compact for apartment living. All the designs are contemporary with clean lines and glass, colour therapy, halo lighting and bluetooth connectivity.

Infrared Saunas work by heating the body directly with infrared light, penetrating deep within skin, muscles and cells, to create a cardiovascular workout while removing toxins from the body. Infrared can offer support to a range of chronic conditions and improve skin health, immunity, sleep, muscle recovery and detoxification. The saunas provide the perfect space for daily relaxation and meditation, to support stress management.

Starting as iHealth Saunas in 2008, Found—Space is the longest running infrared sauna company in Australia. In 2021 founder Alex Tyson, guided the company into a new chapter by evolving the brand to one of the most empathetic and progressive in the industry.

“More than ever before people are working and working out from home. Found—Space can help you achieve work/life balance. We live our lives on a constant rollercoaster with our physical and mental energy running up and down,” Tyson comments.

“Taking time out to nurture our body and mind is no longer a luxury – it’s a crucial aspect of maintaining good health.”

Found—Space is building a business for the future with the intention of capturing a gap in the market and shifting towards a purpose lead company. As a movement brand, Found—Space aims to lead society into a new way of wellness at home. This will be done through the expansion of their product offering, beyond premium sauna and accessories, to enhanced wellness technology and a Smart Sauna App – the first sauna controlled from a smartphone.

Original content from AAP Newsroom. Note: Content has been edited for style and length.

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Nina Alvarez is a Content Producer for Healthcare Channel. Her interests include writing, particularly about the healthcare sector and the many ways it can improve to further benefit people from all walks of life.


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