The word SAUNA is of Finnish origin and means the bath or washing area.
It is the only word that has become a part of a global dictionary. Ancient Finnish religions
have believed that heating and thus sweating cleans a man, mentally, physically, and
Today in Finland saunas are a part of every house. They have them in houses, apartment
buildings, and even at the Parliament. They have more users of saunas than cars.
Saunas strengthen the immune system, detoxify the body, and have an anti-stress effect.
Wellness center Sitar has four saunas of different types.
|Finnish sauna (80-100 °C)||Bio-finnish sauna (50-60 °C)|
|Dry heated air: release||A lighter version of Finnish,|
|muscle tension, eliminates||sauna because the air|
|tiredness and increases||temperature and humidity are|
|physical performance,||lower. Blood circulation is less|
|abundant sweating cleanses||stressed. It is appropriate for|
|the body. Freshening with ice||muscle relaxation and|
|from the fountain increases||elimination of tiredness.|
|the blood flow.|
|Turkish sauna (50-55 °C)||Infrared sauna (50 °C)|
|Steam bath with etheric oils:||Infrared light works:|
|opens the skin pores,||deep and accelerates|
|naturally cleanses the skin,||blood circulation.|
|relaxes muscles and has a||It has therapeutic effects|
|beneficial effect on the||for a beautiful and youthful|
|respiratory system.||skin, damaged tissue and is|
|suitable for people with|
|Bio sauna with chromotherapy|
|Gently changes the color|
|spectrum of light and restores|
|the balance of the body|