Finnish Sauna Vaucluse

A hectic life that leaves you no peace? Want to warmth and relaxation? Need a new truly relaxing experience


Why not try the sauna? Still little known in France, this practice nevertheless reveals full of health benefits.

The sauna is a room in which you take a hot bath (between 70 ° C and 100 ° C) in order to remove toxins from the body through sweat, get rid of muscle tension and stress.


The practice of sauna is an old Finnish custom of more than 2000 years. The word "sauna" comes from elsewhere Finnish.
In Finland, saunas are found everywhere, from residential homes to businesses through hotels and boats. This practice is totally integral part of social life.

Unlike the steam room, the heat of the sauna is dry, which is why the temperatures are much higher (it is possible to take a sauna to 100 ° C).
In this context, the body temperature increases significantly (it can reach 40 ° C), the sweat glands begin to secrete a lot of water, breathing becomes deeper and blood flow becomes faster.
 
 

These physiological events are known to have multiple health benefits. In general, the sauna is practiced for:

  - Hygiene (given temperature, it is a radical way to eliminate all parasites)
  - Eliminate fatigue and stress (sauna calm the nerves and is a definite relaxation factor)
  - Stimulate blood circulation (heat dilates vessels)
  - Eliminate toxins from the body (through sweating)
  - Clean the skin (heat off dead skin)
  - Relax the muscles and eliminate muscle tension


We recommend first 15-20 minutes of warm-up phase, followed by 15 minutes rest for 15 minutes again presence in the sauna.