Hay sauna

40 degrees
Sauna wear: Towel
Resting wear: Towel, bath robe

Hay sauna

The idea for hay sauna was born in the Austrian Alps, where the farmers carried hay on their shoulders and put it down by their home stoves. Due to slight warmth and smell of the hay, they felt relaxed and calm again. If you don’t feel like overheating your body as it is normal for the classic saunas, you will be pleasantly surprised in our hay sauna. Namely, you can sit on the heated chair that warms up and benefits your back, your shoulders and your neck. In the meantime, you can stay covered with a nice comforter. In the back part of your chair there is a filling with hay, through which the steam circulates at the temperature of 40°C. This sauna has therapeutic effects, calms down your tensions and eases the back, neck and shoulder pain. Beneficial effects of the hay and herbs (lavender, chamomile and rosemary) will cleanse your skin and breathing ways. Close your eyes and let the smell of the hay take you to broad and green meadows!

How to use Hay sauna

Before entering the sauna, your body will first need to adapt to the temperature and climate in the room. Which is why it is especially important for you to know, how to use this sauna, and stick to our suggested time frame in it.

You can only enter this sauna wrapped in a towel and bare foot - we suggest you to keep an extra towel to wipe your sweat with. Before visiting the sauna, please shower and dry yourself - do the same between 1 and another sauna entering.

At first, you might be affected by the heat and humidity - but relax, stay comfortable and calm, breathe deeply and try to unwind. You may lay down or sit in this sauna, although it is suggested that you sit in the last 2 minutes of relaxing in the sauna. Your very first visit should not exceed 10 minutes.

Leave this sauna slowly in order to prevent any lightheadedness and go under the shower. Slowly change your water temperature from very warm to cool so that you can cool off - shower your body first and your head last.

Next, you'll have your chill time - this should take at least 15 minutes. Tuck yourself in your bathrobe and relax on one of our loungers. During sauna time, you can lose a lot of water from your body due to sweating so don't forget to drink plenty of fluids, we suggest water or tea.

After your pause, your ready for a new sauna visit, so please repeat the process from the beginning. Each visit should take between 5 and 20 minutes at most. Just listen to your body and stay in our sauna as much, or as little as you think you can handle.

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