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Sauna guide: everything you need to know for a relaxing session 🧖

If you're stressed and need to let off steam, there's nothing like a sauna session in a wellness center!

What is a sauna?

A sauna is a wooden cabin containing stones heated by a wood-burning or electric stove. For 2,000 years, the sauna has been an ancestral tradition in Nordic societies. The Finns improved the concept and democratized it throughout the world.

What's the difference between a sauna and a hammam?

Often confused with the hammam, the sauna diffuses dry heat, between 70 and 110 degrees. The hammam, on the other hand, was invented in the Ottoman Empire. It produces hot, humid steam not exceeding 90 degrees.

What are the rules in a sauna?

Traditionally, bathing suits are not allowed in saunas for reasons of hygiene, but in countries such as France, which are not accustomed to nudity, they are compulsory.

To ensure optimum cleanliness, we recommend that you shower before entering the sauna!

How does a sauna session work?

Saunas take place in a minimum of 2 sessions (5 to 10 minutes and 10 to 15 minutes), interspersed with cold showers. It can also begin with a steam bath. It then concludes with a time of rest and rehydration!

The benefits of a sauna session

Reduces cardiovascular risk

When you take a sauna, your heart rate increases and you sweat considerably. This is thought to reduce cardiovascular accidents and joint pain.

Reduces stress and improves sleep

Sauna also has anti-stress properties and improves sleep quality. You'll emerge from the cabin lighter and more relaxed, with a healthy feeling of fatigue, as if you'd cleansed your mind.

Improves skin quality

High heat is also good for the skin. It can help relieve acne, eczema, psoriasis or hives.

Our sauna tips

  • Avoid eating heavy, difficult-to-digest meals before going to the sauna, and make sure you don't go on an empty stomach!
  • Don't push your limits, as the heat can make you feel dizzy.
  • If you have a chronic illness, it's essential to seek your doctor's approval beforehand.
  • To promote positive elimination of toxins from the body, we recommend that you keep your body well hydrated during the sauna session.

If you need any further recommendations, don't hesitate to consult the wellness establishment you're visiting!