An intimate, small, cosy and closed environment.
The saunas are separated from the rest of the area.
Being as close to the ski slopes you can easily warm up not even taking your skis off.
1 June - 30 September: from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
1 October - 31 May: from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays until 11 p.m. (final entrance at 10 p.m.)
In a Finnish sauna we perspire in an environment with a high temperature (between 80 and 90 °C) and a relatively low air humidity (about 45 %).
Immediate intensive perspiration will help you detoxify your organism.
Saunas are proved to regulate blood pressure, strengthen your body to be able to resist cold, as well as stimulate metabolism and protect you from infections.
Along with the hot and cold therapy in the cool-off pool it activates the lymphatic system.
A low temperature of 45 °C and a relative humidity of 25 % enable you to be longer exposed to infrared heaters.
The infrared sauna benefits your musculoskeletal system. It deeply warms up the muscular and connective tissue and is proved to be efficient as a supporting therapy for rehabilitation of sports injuries.
Efficient way to heal rheumatic diseases.
A Turkish sauna is a wet sauna with a temperature of 45 °C and a 100 % air humidity.
It benefits your skin and humidifies the eye and respiratory mucosa.
In combination with salt body scrub it removes the damaged epidermis, opens up the pores, kills bacteria, removes cramps and soothes pain.
By also using aromatic body lotions or yoghurt masks your skin will feel soft and young again.