Healthy sweats at low humidity in the classic wooden sauna. By pouring water from a wooden bucket onto hot stones you can increase the humidity and, with it, the heat perception. An individual session should not last longer than 15 minutes.
Afterwards, make sure you cool the body down, ideally with a cold shower. Allow your body some rest before the next session.
Temperature and humidity adapted to the needs of the body according to the different seasons. A sauna session has positive effects on the vegetative nervous system and overall well-being, plus giving a boost to the immune system.
The heat of the steam and the nebulized sea salt create a climate similar to the sea, which is beneficial for the skin and the respiratory tracts. Etheric oils clean and cure your respiratory system and favour the blood circulation of the bronchia.
Pleasant infrared rays warm the body from inside out, mitigating back pain and boosting circulation.