A proper sauna cycle involves at least two sessions with a stay of between 8 and 15 minutes.
The dry heat in which you allow yourself to be enveloped, followed by the cold spray of the shower, is a health cure that allows you to activate the body’s natural immune defenses, thus eliminating impurities and toxins.
The intense heat, a real stimulus for the body, promotes the process of getting rid of excess fat and fluid accumulation.
Step 1 – After showering, dry well and then enter the sauna. Lie down in relaxation for 8-12 minutes: the last 2 minutes, it is recommended to sit down and pour water on the stones for an even more intense effect.
Step 2 – After leaving the sauna, a cold shower or a breath of fresh air is recommended. After a relax session or possibly a massage, you are ready for another sauna session.
Step 3 – Start a new sauna session or continue the course. It is always advisable to drink plenty of water and regain hydration with tea and infusions.
This “domestic” elaboration, when placed side by side with the typical Finnish sauna will be able to provide intense emotions, where it won’t be necessary to dive into the ice water but it will be the ice water that will embrace us on our heated skin immediately after the sauna.
The benefit will be sudden and intense, instantly awakening your senses. In a few moments your whole body will be crossed by a new energy and you will feel more toned and happy.
Step 1 – Exit the sauna and go under the rustic shower, concentrate for a few moments, grab the chain, close your eyes and focus on the sounds around you.
Step 2 – Smell the air and the scents, find a form of inner and outer balance, and as soon as you are ready, without hesitation pull the chain. A cascade of icy water will run over you from head to toe.
Step 3– Open your eyes, take deep breaths, and repeat this process as desired. Or continue on your route.
Water is a magical fluid that offers us emotions for our senses: sight, smell, touch, and hearing, going far beyond just the traditional shower.
An alternation of cold mist with mint essence and blue light to a warm tropical shower with exotic fruit essence and orange light with first gentle and then vigorous massage gives relaxation and positive energy to both our body and mind.
In the Turkish bath, you immerse yourself in a pleasant and enveloping environment, where the temperature is about 40-45°C and the humidity is close to 100%.
By stimulating sweating, it promotes the elimination of toxins and excess fluids and clears the airways.
Step 1 – After showering, wrap yourself in a towel or robe and begin the first session in the steam room for 15 to 20 minutes.
Step 2 – Cool off with a cold shower to enhance the toning effect between treatments, then start again with a new 15- to 20-minute session.
Step 3 – After the session, dry off and lie down in complete relaxation for about 30 minutes, not forgetting to drink plenty of water or herbal tea to regain hydration.
The whirlpool made with warm water works as a vasodilator, allowing the blood to transport oxygen, minerals and vitamins more easily throughout the body, thus improving tissue oxygenation.
Access to the SPA is subject to acceptance of and compliance with these regulations and is permitted only when accompanied by the designated staff. Attendance at the SPA is granted at the sole discretion of the management; therefore, the guest may at any time, without notice and compensation, be expelled for violations of the regulations.
The SPA is a wellness area: everyone is asked to respect the privacy of others and their serenity by keeping a low tone of voice and appropriate behavior at all times.
Inside it is prohibited to use cell phones, PCs, cameras, recorders and audio/video equipment. Smoking and bringing in drinks, food, bags and containers is also prohibited.
Showering with soap is obligatory before entering the wellness path.
Please note that the wellness area is NOT accessible to children under 16 years of age
All SPA users are asked to inform the SPA staff of any health-related issues (allergies or other medical problems) to avoid inappropriate use of the equipment in the SPA.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Herbal teas and drinks with special single-use glasses are available in the relaxation area (food, drinks , glasses and glass bottles are prohibited in the SPA).