Enjoy a hot and dry sauna if you are into the traditional Scandinavian way of sauna bathing. Temperatures usually range from 75 – 90 °C, humidity is kept at a low 5–15%. Increase the sensation of heat by sprinkling water over the heater’s sauna stones.
We all know that a quick whiff of a scent can trigger memories of places and people, and has the power to evoke strong emotions. But what you may not know, is that scents have a direct impact on our bodies through our nervous system! Essential oils like lavender have displayed effects similar to those of anti-anxiety medicines. Lavender, lemon and bergamot are a few of the calming essential oils that are known for reducing stress and anxiety. We have Essential Oils for Sale, please ask.
Did you know that spending time in the heat of a sauna can actually reduce symptoms of depression, and dramatically increase overall wellbeing? We all know that heat feels good, but there is more to it than that. Research has found that regular sauna bathing actually has measurable positive effects on serotonin levels in our blood. Serotonin is the ”happiness hormone” which affects both our mood and behaviour. Other health benefits of the sauna is huge from Relaxation, Weight Loss, Reducing Blood Pressure and Detoxing to name a few.