THE RELAXATION CENTER
Steam baths are becoming more and more popular. The main difference to the Finnish sauna is the significantly higher air humidity together with lower temperatures. This eases the stress on the circulation system and the respiratory passages.
The high degree of air humidity in the steam bath - which is usually around 80-100% - makes the 40°-55°C steam batch temperature feel just about as hot as the dry 90°C in the Finnish sauna.
SAUNA AND BIOSAUNA
Get rid of everyday stress in the natural atmosphere of wood. Despite the extreme opposites of heating and cooling, which are the basic elements of the Finnish sauna, doctors highly recommend it for the purposes of relaxation. The Finnish sauna is characterized by temperatures from 80°-100°C, low air humidity, steam infusions and wood-framed chambers.
Alongside the Finnish sauna, the so-called biosauna is also becoming more and more popular. The main differences are the somewhat lower temperatures, 45°-60°C, and higher air humidity. The biosauna is regarded as less stressful for the circulation and is associated with aromatic oils and light therapy.