Sauna world2014-04-10T02:45:25+02:00

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Sauna world

Finnish SaunaHot indulgence


In the sauna made of old Tyrolean alpine hut wood, one can sweat at high temperatures (approx. 80°C) and low air humidity from 10-30%. The infusions have a wholesome effect on the respiratory tract. Cooling off is done in the secluded fresh air bath with larch timber bank and meditation tips.

Bio-saunaGentle sweating


People who find the classical sauna too dry should visit the bio-sauna. The „Sanarium“ has a gentle 55-65°C with approx. 60% air humidity and is to be recommended to those who want to have a sauna but must take care of their circulation.

Aromatic steam saunaWrapped up in fog


Even the Romans recognised the positive effect that steaming warmth has on skin, hair and respiratory organs. Ideal conditions for physical regeneration are reached at 100% air humidity and approx. 45°C. The application of ethereal oils varies according to the season.

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