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Complete guide for usage of Sauna

Sauna produces dry heat. It is a heated room with wooden walls for insulation, ventilation, absorption of moisture, and different levels of benches. Heat is provided by a stove, where the guests can make steam by pouring water on hot coals that moisten the sauna air which makes it feel hotter. The highest bench is the hottest so guests should be advised to start on the lower bench to get accustomed to the feeling.  Sweating begins after 8mins, which is known as the hot phase, which should be followed by a cold phase i.e. cold shower/plunge pool. This cycle can be repeated several times for maximum benefit.  Finish by relaxing for 30mins.


  • Any condition that requires regular medication
  • High and low blood pressure
  • Severe exhaustion
  • Heart diseases: angina, thrombosis, or arteriosclerosis
  • Bronchitis and Pulmonary tuberculosis
  • Diabetes – doctors’ permission
  • Claustrophobia
  • First day of menstruation
  • Pregnancy
  • Skin diseases
  • Empty stomach
  • Sunburns, burns
  • Asthma
  • After heavy meals or alcohol

Pre-Care Advice

Always take shower to cool down the body. Can use steam, Jacuzzi


  • The guest showers
  • Sauna treatment for 5-10 minutes during the first session and can be increased as per the guest’s tolerance
  • Guests can go into the chill pool or have a cold shower
  • The guest rests after the treatment for 15 minutes – and drinks plenty of water throughout the day


  • Increases the blood circulation
  • Increases the lymphatic circulation
  • Heats the body
  • Produces erythema
  • Relaxes the guest
  • Relieves aching muscles
  • Produces perspiration and aids in the removal of toxins

Indications for use

  • Aching muscles
  • Relaxation
  • Heats the body prior to the massage
  • Detoxifying

After Care Advice

Drink plenty of water/herbal tea/juice

Rest for a while

Avoid alcohol and caffeine

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