Regular use of the sauna strengthens the body’s immunity, improves mood, physical condition and appearance of the skin. After physical exertion, a stay in the sauna helps to relax muscles and regenerate strength. In addition to skin and muscle benefits, regular visits to the sauna are conducive to health. It helps in slimming and detoxifying the body. Using the sauna throughout the year can be a simple way to protect yourself against colds.

What gives us a sauna?

  • activates the circulatory system
  • stimulates the work of the heart
  • has a positive effect on metabolism
  • we get rid of a large dose of calories
  • makes us accustomed to temperature changes – it toughens the body
  • eliminates the so-called “breaking in the bones” and helps with rheumatic diseases
  • cleanses and rejuvenates our skin
  • relaxes mentally
  • has a significant effect on the immune system and the systemic thermoregulatory process
  • sweating, the body expels harmful toxins and metabolites from the body
  • it is recommended primarily as part of prevention, as regular treatments strengthen the immune system, increasing resistance to infections.

Contraindications to use the sauna:

  • cardiovascular diseases
  • acute infections (bronchitis, flu)
  • hyperthyroidism
  • varicose veins
  • pregnancy
  • fresh traumatic wounds
  • infectious and cancer diseases
  • epilepsy
  • menstruation
  • skin changes

For all customers of our club free sauna
one-time entrance for people from outside


How to use the sauna?

  • We are taking a shower…
    that is, cleansing the skin, facilitating sweating and of course hygiene.
  • We enter the sauna…
    when the temperature on the upper bench reaches the required level (depends on individual preferences). We enter the sauna wiped dry and rather without metal decorations – they can burn! We always sit on a towel in the sauna.
  • We are warming up…
    for 5-15min, we pay attention to the hourglass, thermometer and hygrometer!
  • We’re cooling down…
    preferably violently: a powerful, icy shower. You have to be careful with this – you should cool the heart area gently first.
  • We are warming up…
    for 10-15min, paying attention to the hourglass and thermometer.
  • Schładzamy się…
    preferably violently: a powerful, icy shower. Remember to cool the heart area first!
  • We rest…
    well-deserved rest, relaxation … well, unless we fancy one more cycle…
  • We supplement fluid losses…
    mineral water, juices (e.g. tomato supplements sweated potassium).

Let’s not hurry, as important as the thermal effect on our body is full mental relaxation. The time spent in the sauna is not regulated by the hourglass, but by our body! Remember that the use of the sauna, in addition to giving us relaxation and health, is a certain burden on the body and causes an increase in heart rate and pressure. If you are not sure about your health, or if you have doubts about the side effects of the medications you are currently taking, consult your doctor BEFORE ENTERING THE SAUNA.