The Sauna


The cabin, made of wood, welcomes the fans on benches arranged in tiers, more or less high.

The heat provided by volcanic stones placed in a stove rises between 70°C and 100°C (for the most accustomed). The body loses up to 1. 5 litres of perspiration and this has many benefits for the whole body. Our SPA Team will make you take a cold shower after 10-15 minutes in the sauna, two to three times, to tone the tissues and tighten the pores of the skin. The list of health benefits is long. For example, you should know that this practice stimulates blood circulation. The heat of the sauna causes blood vessels to dilate and contributes to the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system. Studies show that regular sauna use (up to 7 times a week) reduces the risk of heart attacks and coronary artery disease.

The sauna is a good anti-stress: with the heat, the body releases endorphins that relax the person. The ritual is also recommended for people with respiratory problems (asthma, bronchitis). The dilated pores also allow for deep cleansing of the skin. This boosts the immune system and helps fight viruses such as the flu. On the other hand, you will be relieved if you suffer from rheumatism and joint pain.

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