5 types of Sauna and Ice cave

The modern and luxurious space of our wellness is an oasis for hedonistic pleasure and health. It is equipped with: dry and steam cabins, indoor and outdoor pools with underwater massage jets and ceramic benches for relaxation, whirlpools, an ice cave and cold dip pools for cooling off, a temperature regulated area for relaxation and a refreshment corner with healthy drinks and fruit.

Just imagine! Immerse yourself in luxury, hedonism, relaxation and health in the World of Sauna, water,heat, scents and colours! 

Bio-Sauna - 60 ° C, semi-dry with herbal aromas and chromotherapy

This semi-dry sauna with medicinal plants allows a comfortable and long stay because of its gentle humidity. The effects of this sauna treatments are, muscle relaxation, detoxification - because of strong perspiration. The gentle healing steam from the essence of medicinal herbs strengthens the respiratory system, the heart and blood vessels.

Finnish Sauna - 90-100 ° C, dry

The dry Finnish sauna has a temperature of 90 degrees to 100 degrees Celsius and 10% humidity. Finnish Saunas are most effective against stress and can definitely be recommended  to all those who  wish to improve their overall well-being and relaxation of body and spirit. The Finnish sauna is especially recommended for athletes after strenuous activity for rapid detoxification and fast recovery. The coloured light effects intensively aid mental relaxation.

Ice Cave with Siberian sky - 8-12 ° C

In the Ice Cave  with a temperature of 8-12 ° C  the body is cooled and open pores are closed after leaving the sauna. Upon entering the cabin, one walks and occasionally pours cold water on oneself or rubs the body with crushed ice. It is recommended that one enters the cave with a sheet on which one can sit after walking.

Kneipp foot baths for 2 persons, with heated benches and warm and cold baths for feet

The warm (38 ° C) and cold (15 ° C) foot bath is used as a method of cooling or warming while using the sauna. Before entering the sauna, it is recommended to warm up your feet in a warm bath. After leaving the sauna the "cold-warm" foot bath is especially recommended as it cools the whole body and regulates the circulation. Kneipp therapy enhances the immune system of the body and is very effective for strengthening the heart and circulation as well as having a beneficial effect in cases of arthritis and migraine.

Laconium Roman sauna - 37 ° C, mild and dry

A dry Roman dry sauna with a moderate temperature of up to 40 ° C, heated walls, a hot bench and a  starry sky for chromotherapy. A stay in the cabin gently tones and relaxes and successfully reduces stress. It is most often used as a preparation for the "stronger” sauna treatments.

Turkish Steam Bath -- 50 ° C, 100% humidity

This Turkish bath with 100% aromatic steam and a pleasant temperature  from the ceramic walls and benches is beneficial for the skin and the respiratory system. It is ideal for those who cannot tolerate high temperatures. A stay in the sauna cleanses, softens and moisturizes the skin as well as reducing fatigue. Its mild, steam effect is recommended for respiratory problems, and with the addition of aromatic essences, it is an ideal combination for complete relaxation of the body. During breaks, exfoliate the body with sea salt and this will further stimulate detoxification of the organism, remove dead cells and leave the skin feeling velvety and nourished. A steam bath is a paradise for the body and soul. It is relaxing, makes you feel good and nourishes the skin.