Finnish sauna has a lot of extremely positive healing effects on the body. The heat expands the pores in your skin, and sweating flushes the dust, dead skin, toxins etc. from your body. Using sauna can help you strengthen your immune system, prevent colds, asthma, bronchitis etc. The heat in the sauna increases the body temperature to 38°C and the body starts to behave in the same way as with elevated body temperature. It starts to produce white blood cells and antibodies, and begins the natural process of healing and strengthening the immune system.
Air temperature: 85°C – 95°C
Humidity: 10% – 15%
Infrared sauna is extremely safe for the body, as it does not burden the cardiovascular system, but also offers a lot of beneficial effects. The sauna works in depth, warms the body from the inside out, so it is extremely effective in detoxification. Namely, the circulation is accelerated, and excess salts, toxic waste products and viruses are flushed out of the body. After the third round of sauna, we recommend one of the massages in our wellness. The heat will soften your muscles, release tension and the massage will be just the tip of the iceberg for perfect well-being. Massages can be booked in advance at the hotel reception.
Air temperature: 40°C – 60°C
The ice cave is a space that is filled with real snow in the winter, and is intended for rapid cooling of the body after a sauna, thus improving circulation and strengthening the immune system. Rubbing with snow and low temperatures in the cave, conjure up the feeling of jumping into icy cold water, you will be cooled in an instant! We recommend only a short stay in an ice cave. The cave is intended only for people who do not have problems with the heart and circulatory system.
- When you’re visiting a sauna, you need to be rested. We recommend you to prepare for at least one hour before visiting a sauna. During this time, you should refrain from eating and drinking.
- Before entering the sauna, shower and wash thoroughly in warm water.
- When visiting a sauna, do not wear any clothing or metals, as these can hinder the release of heat.
- Enter the sauna quickly to prevent too much of cooling down.
- When entering the sauna, it is mandatory to lay a towel or a sheet on the spot where you will sit, as well as for your feet.
- On your first visit, do not stay longer than 10 to 12 minutes. Otherwise, you may remain in the sauna for as long as you feel comfortable.
- After leaving the sauna, first take an air bath and then slowly refresh yourself in the stream.
- Do not forget to rest when using the sauna. Wait at least 15 minutes before re-entering.
- We recommend you to drink tea without sugar, water (also mineral), various vitamin drinks or to eat some fruit.
- After the second or third sauna session, when your muscles are sufficiently relaxed, a massage is recommended. You can book one at the reception where we can advise you about the choice.