With a choice of Barrel and Cube Outdoor Saunas, you can create your own unique wellness experience at home.
A sauna can be a relaxing place to unwind after a long day, or to relax and de-stress.
Having daily access to a sauna has proven to positively impact a person’s health, wellness and overall athletic performance.
Why Buy A Sauna?
If you’re looking to increase your circulation, reduce stress and remove toxins – look no further!
Our saunas have been inspired by nature using Baltic sauna traditions. They have been built with natural materials in a sustainable way.
Each of our saunas have been designed to improve wellness, encourage relaxation, spend quality time with loved ones and lead happier, healthier and more tranquil lives.
What are the advantages of using Thermowood to build a sauna?
Thermowood is wood that has been subjected to a heat treatment process that involves heating the wood to high temperatures (usually between 200-220°C) in the absence of oxygen. This process changes the chemical and physical properties of the wood, making it more durable and resistant to decay. Some potential advantages of using Thermowood in a sauna include:
Increased durability: The heat treatment process makes Thermowood more resistant to decay, rot, and insect damage, so it may last longer than untreated wood in a damp, humid environment like a sauna.
Improved stability: The heat treatment process also changes the wood’s cellular structure, making it less prone to swelling and shrinking, which can improve its stability and reduce the risk of warping or cracking.
Enhanced appearance: The heat treatment process can also change the colour and texture of the wood, giving it a more uniform and attractive appearance.
Increased resistance to fire: Thermowood has a higher ignition temperature and a lower rate of flame spread than untreated wood, which makes it safer to use in a sauna.
Sustainability: Depending on the source of the wood and the production process, Thermowood may be a more sustainable choice than untreated wood, as it uses less energy and generates fewer emissions during the production process.
ON YOUR WAY TO WELLNESS...
The Perfect Pairing!
For some, the cold immersion after a hot sauna can improve blood flow.
Indeed, cold shower enthusiasts maintain that a cold shower is rejuvenating, simply because of increased blood flow. The hot/cold experience elevates heart rate, adrenaline, and the release of endorphins.
Saunas increase blood flow by dilating your blood vessels. Conversely, an ice bath causes your blood vessels to initially constrict; that constriction increases blood flow to your vital organs but restricts blood flow to your extremities. Plus, once you get out of the tub and warm up, the blood vessels supplying blood to your extremities dilate, causing increased blood flow to those areas.
Both Ice Baths and Saunas can make you stronger, improve physical performance and endurance, and even bolster your immune system.
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