Sauna has been a therapy used for thousands of years, antropologist discovered sweat houses over 3000 years old. Still nowadays is very popular in many countries, specially those with long and cold winters, like all the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, but is a common practice in many cultures around the world.
There are a few different ways of doing sauna. The two most popular ways of doing sauna are dry (Finish sauna) or more humid (Turkish style sauna), and depending on the humidity level varies the temperature. Being then dry sauna 70° to 100° Celsius or 158° to 212° Fahrenheit and steam saunas on average 32° to 49° Celsius or 90° to 120° Fahrenheit. Very commonly during wintertime, people run outdoors for either ice swimming or jump into the snow and go back inside to increase the blood flow faster.
Numerous are the benefits of this ancient therapy, like for example, decreases the pain and recoveres from muscular and joint damage, improves cardiovascular health, relief from some asthma symptoms or skin problem. And after all, induces parasympathetic state, what reduces stress and makes you feel very calm and happy.
In summary, come and try it yourself!
Sauna Public/Shared Use
You might have to share one sauna with other guests.
Sauna Private Use
You have the whole sauna for yourself and your friends/family.
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