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Energy. Force. Quiet.
... to find yourself and feel the inner balance with all your senses
Finnish sauna 80 ° C - 90 ° C
A sauna session rises the body temperature to 39 ° C during the sweating phase and is used for physical edification, health, body cleaning and well-being.
Outdoor Soft- and Bio Sauna
It differs from a Finnish sauna in that it has a lower temperature and higher humidity. In the organic sauna, temperatures can only reach up to around 70 degrees and humidity of up to 45 percent.
Steam bath 40 ° C - 55 ° C; Humidity 80% -100%
Whether stuffy nose, large pores or upcoming cold: The steam bath is an all-rounder. It opens the pores, frees the nose and lets you breathe properly again. The pleasant warmth of a steam bath is especially good for our lungs. Because it relaxes the bronchi and keeps the mucous membranes moist. At the same time, gentle sweating eliminates toxins and reduces stress. The well-being is increased and the skin becomes soft and tender.
Infrared cabin 35 ° C - 55 ° C
The gentle warming can lead to an improvement of the blood circulation and tissue supply. In addition, a walkway into the cabin helps flush out cell gaps, stimulates the metabolism and strengthens the immune system. The mild warmth relaxes the muscles and relieves chronic pain when used continuously. Temperature self-adjustable!
Mountain herbs hay beds and sheep's wool beds for a long rest after the sauna sessions.