Sauna and Steam Baths
Relax in one of the saunas: brine, steam, Finnish, and “Russian bath”.
The Aquacenter sauna area completes our water complex. This additional space for relaxation embodies modernity whilst at the same time drawing inspiration from ancient and Mediterranean baths. Sauna use has a healing effect on the human body; in addition, it is a real pleasure and a great source of relaxation.
A visit to the brine sauna is the perfect way to cleanse the body of toxins. Whilst in the sauna, your body is oxygenated, causing the appearance of your skin to be significantly improved. All of this is thanks to the steam deeply penetrating the skin. Your muscles are relaxed, so that all of the tension in your body is released.
Regular visits to the brine sauna cause a rise in cardiovascular endurance. The brine sauna is also an excellent from of protecting the respiratory system. A visit to brine bath strengthens your immunity. The temperature of the bath is approximately 40-80 ° C. One session should take around 10 to 15 minutes. It is recommended to have two to three sessions.
Mild temperatures and high humidity put the body into a state of relaxation. After a visit to the steam bath, skin becomes smooth and delicate. Clouds of steam create a characteristic atmosphere, cutting the body off from external stimuli. To enhance the experience, essential oils are sprayed in the sauna.
The heat from a steam bath stimulates the immune system, increases the metabolism, improves blood circulation and relieves stress. The temperature of the steam is 40-50°C, whilst the humidity is around 90-100%. One session should last from five to 25 minutes. It is recommended to have around two to three sessions.
Hot and dry
The Finnish sauna is characterized by low humidity and a high temperature. During a session in the sauna, a variety of bio-physiological mechanisms are triggered. A visit to the sauna is especially recommended after exercising. Sweating removes toxins from the body and has a positive effect on the appearance of the skin. The temperature in the Finnish sauna is 90-100°C, while the humidity is 10%.
The visit should take approximately 5 to 15 minutes. It is recommended to have around two to three sessions.
The Russian bath ritual comes from a Russian tradition. Alternate use of hot and cold strengthens the body and increases the function of its immune system. A visit to the Russian bath improves the functioning of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
The “Russian bath” ritual begins with a glass of vodka to drink, which is designed to prepare the body for entering the sauna. Next, the skin is subjected to gentle whipping twigs. It is a form of massage improves blood circulation in the body. The average relative humidity in the Russian bath is 25-50% and is obtained by pouring water over hot stones. After leaving the sauna, the body is gradually cooled. Next, a stream of cold water is poured over the body. At the end of the ritual, it is recommended to enter the ice water chamber, in order for the blood vessels to loosen up.