Saunas are smaller, heated spaces that have great significance for the psycho-physical condition of man. They first appeared in Greece and the Roman Empire when they existed as steam baths. Regular departure to the sauna has a positive effect on health by preventing various types of illness, but it also has a positive effect on the state of mind. It helps relax and reduce stress and eliminates tension in the muscles.

According to the standard division there are two basic types of saunas, Finnish / Dry and Turkish / Moist, but there are subtypes.


Finnish sauna

The finnish or dry sauna achieves about 10-15% moisture by pouring a heated stone placed in a sauna stove. Like every type of saunas, it comes with recommendations that must be adhered to as regards the permissible stay of visitors. Temperatures range from 70-100 ° C. It is ideal for sweating and against toxins.

Infrared sauna

Here, warming is done by means of long infrared rays penetrating up to 1 cm in the skin and subcutaneous tissue, then transferring the heat through the bloodstream to the deeper tissue by penetrating as far as 5 cm. The temperature ranges from 45-60 ° C. The amount and intensity of sweating is up to three times that of the Finnish sauna.

Bio-Aroma sauna

The bio-sauna belongs to the sub-category of Finnish sauna types. It can be said that this is a milder version of the Finnish sauna, characterized by a slightly lower temperature of 45-65 ° C and 40-65% humidity. It is also possible to release steam in combination with essential oils according to their own preferences.