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Step 1: Heat

5 to 15 minutes of exposure to intense sauna heat.

PUSH YOUR LIMITS

Dry sauna or steam bath

The first step of thermotherapy involves exposing the body to heat in a sauna for 5 to 15 minutes, according to the chosen level of intensity. The body reacts rapidly by opening pores and sweating to regulate its temperature.

The ambient heat promotes relaxation and meditation, an exercise that allows you to completely let go and savour the present moment. This step brings you well-being and relaxation.

We recommend keeping yourself well hydrated before and after. You may leave the sauna at any time if you’ve reached your tolerance limit.

4 DIFFERENT SAUNAS

Each sauna has its own unique architecture, inspiration, material, layout, heat source, temperature, and air volume. Each creates its own feel for a thermal experience inspired by both tradition and new trends!

IN THE SAUNA, WE ASK YOU TO

  • Respect the silence rule
  • Sit on a towel
  • Wear a bathing suit
  • Keep properly hydrated

BENEFITS OF THE HEAT

Eliminating Toxins and Stimulating the Immune System

In the sauna, your body’s internal temperature rises by about 1 °C and your skin temperature rises by about 10 °C, leading to a state of hyperthermia. The heat increases blood flow and perspiration which help eliminate toxins not only from the skin and muscles but also from your metabolism and all your organs.

In these mild “fever” conditions, your body reacts by strengthening your immune system. Regular users of heat therapy have noticed improved resistance to microbes and seasonal viruses. Integrating the thermal cycle into your healthcare rituals provides you with additional defence.

For a complete Thermal Cycle