Step three is the Aroma Sauna, which at 75 degrees and 45% humidity, increases body temperature and causes perspiration, which in turn promotes the elimination of toxins. It also relaxes the nervous and muscular systems, which begin to encourage wellness from the inside out. Next up is step four, the Pediluvium – otherwise known as the foot bath, in which the varying temperature and pressures of the water relieves and improves circulation problems, and in some cases, stops them occurring in the first place.
Step five is the much-loved Scandinavian favourite, the Finnish Sauna. Kept at a temperature of 90 degrees, with just 10% humidity, this is a super efficient way to eliminate toxins from the body through perspiration. We recommend guests spend no more than 20 minutes in here, but that’s plenty of time to lie in on a wooden bench and make the most of the relaxing heat. After a sweaty experience in the sauna, it’s time to move to step six — the Fog Shower. This promotes vasoconstriction, closing the blood vessels at the end of the session, and can also encourage muscle toning.