Sauna Brinckerduyn


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Relax, amaze and above all enjoy.


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

Warm up

The sauna needs to warm up before it is ready for use.

  • The control panel is located in the sauna to the left of the door.
  • Use the middle button to switch on the lighting.
  • Check that the red safety button is not pressed. Otherwise turn it slightly clockwise. The safety button is located inside the sauna next to the door.
  • Press the left button to switch on the Finnish sauna for 60 minutes.
  • Or press the right button to turn on the infrared sauna for 20 minutes.
  • Do not use the Finnish sauna and infrared at the same time.


Prepare well for a sauna visit.

  • Never rush into the sauna.
  • Make sure you have eaten and drunk enough, alcohol is not recommended.
  • After physical exertion, wait 15 to 30 minutes before using the sauna.
  • Prepare a large towel that you can 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.

In the sauna

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 properly on their own. We therefore advise against children under 4 entering the sauna.
  • 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 switch off the sauna oven at all times by pressing the red emergency button. This can be restored by turning it one turn.

Finnish sauna

  • 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.