The sauna is healthy for your body and mind & provides rest and relaxation.

  • The ideal temperature of a Finnish sauna is between 80 and 100 degrees Celsius with a low humidity of 5 to 20%.
  • The air is heated by means of a heater. At your discretion, you can pour water over the stones to create steam. This increases the humidity in the sauna.
  • A session in the Finnish sauna lasts 8 to 15 minutes.


The sauna must warm up before it is ready for use.

  • The control panel is located inside the sauna to the left of the door.
  • Use the center button to turn on the lighting
  • Check that the safety button inside next to the door is not pressed down by turning it slightly
  • Press the left button on the oven to switch it on for 60 minutes
  • Do not use the Finnish sauna and infrared at the same time
  • After 30 minutes the sauna is ready for use.


  • Prepare well for a sauna visit.
  • Never enter the sauna in a hurry
  • Make sure you have eaten and drunk enough, alcohol is not recommended
  • After physical exertion, wait 15 to 30 minutes before using the sauna
  • Have a large towel ready to sit or lie on
  • Before entering the sauna, take a shower and then dry off thoroughly
  • Leave slippers or other footwear outside the sauna room


  • Everyone experiences a sauna visit differently. It is important that you set your own time and feel comfortable at all times.
  • Take 10-15 minutes per sauna session
  • Listen to your body to determine your sauna time
  • Children up to 4 years old cannot yet regulate their body temperature well on their own, therefore we do not recommend letting them enter the sauna under this age. 
  • In the sauna, always sit or lie down on a towel.
  • Less experienced sauna visitors should start on the bottom bench where the temperature is lowest.
  • You can immediately turn off the sauna oven at all times by pressing the red emergency button. This can be restored by turning it one turn.