Sauna

Sauna 2018-10-25T14:24:42+00:00

If you want to relax, rejuvenate your body and mind, strengthen your immunity, a sauna is the right place for you.

Relax in a classic Finnish sauna for 10 people or in an infrared sauna for 2 people. There is a cooling pool with a bucket and a shower available for you.

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Wholesome effects of sauna:

  • Prevention against cold, flu and other upper respiratory tract infections
  • Has relaxing effects, like yoga
  • A lot of harmful substances leaves your body through sweating
  • Improves blood circulation in the body, improves heart activity, widens blood vessels
  • Helps regenerate muscles
  • Removes stress
  • Widens the pores, promotes blood circulation in skin to make it soft and fresh

When not to use sauna:

  • If you suffer from high blood pressure and heart disorders
  • In case of skin diseases and infectious diseases
  • In case of acute upper respiratory tract, bronchial and urinary tract infections
  • In case of degenerative diseases
  • Person suffering from epilepsy
  • Pregnant women
  • If you suffer from varicose veins

Infrared sauna

People who aren’t recommended to use or don’t like a Finnish sauna for some reason may find an infrared sauna suitable. We also operate this type of sauna and it is suitable for 1-2 persons. The sauna is made of Canadian hemlock; this wood contains no resin and it aroma-free.

Infrared sauna is gentler to the body; infrared radiation is used to treat various types of illness. The radiation penetrates the tissues and has the effect of producing white blood cells.

Infrared radiation has these effects on your body:

  • It relieves inflammation and pain
  • Relaxes stiff muscles
  • Soothes your body
  • Improves healing and regenerates after injuries
  • Activates and accelerates the activity of the lymphatic system
  • Helps with various skin problems (psoriasis, eczema, healing of scars, etc.)
  • Cleanses the skin

It is advisable to use the infrared sauna 2 or 3 times a week. You don’t have to wait for the infrared sauna to heat up; on the contrary, it’s good to start warming up together with the sauna. Suitable temperature is 50–60 °C, stay period 30–40 min, this time is sufficient for twice as much sweating as in a classic sauna. The beneficial effects of the infrared sauna begin at a temperature of 40 °C. Visible sweating occurs approximately after 15 minutes. During sweating it is advisable to massage your body and wipe it constantly. Therefore, it is necessary to have a towel and a sheet on which you can sit.

After a sauna session, it is advisable to wait for 10–15 minutes and then cool down with a lukewarm shower. Do not use any soap or shower gel as they could fill open pores.

We wish you a pleasant stay in our saunas.

Ski sport – sauna

Opening hours

December – March
Mon
– Sun: 16:00 – 22:00

April – November
Closed

  • Booking in advance required.