These warm-up and cool-down cycles carry several health benefits! Follow steps 1-7, and then repeat steps 5-7
Since your body sweats a lot in a sauna, you need to hydrate beforehand.
Cleanse your body of dirt, oils and makeup. Your pores will thank you!
Get into a swimsuit and grab your sauna towel, vihta, sauna hat, dry brush, and water or tea. The experience is almost ready…..don’t forget to fill your dump bucket and hop on in!
You can find benches on two levels. The higher ones are hotter. Choose based on your preference, and don’t be shy to relocate if it turns out to be too hot.
The steam will suddenly increase the temperature. Make sure you first throw one spoon of water and wait for the effect. Never pour the water from the bucket and don’t pour water on yourself.
Enjoy the tranquility or chat with your friends.
Be happy. Relax. Breathe.
15-20 minutes is normally good, listen to your body then it’s time for a break.
After about 15 minutes, your body needs time to cool down. Go outside, dip into cold water, jump into the snow or use the dump bucket to cool down.
Drink water & breathe.
The Finnish word ´löyly´ is the name for the evaporating hot steam that rises from ´kiuas´ stoves after water has been carefully thrown on top of them. It is precisely this löyly that turns sauna space into hot and humid paradise, capable of slowly relaxing even the most tense muscles and worried minds.
Simply choose the day and length of time for booking. When you have booked, we will call to confirm location.
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