Everyone experiences the thermal cycle in their own way, depending on their general health, needs, and tolerance level. The positive effects of thermotherapy are proportional to the intensity level chosen.
Which intensity suits you best?
Is it your first visit to the spa? The soft thermal cycle is recommended for an introduction to thermotherapy. That way, you can experience it gradually and gently.
Example of the soft thermal cycle
Step 1 – Heat – 5 to 8 minutes in the Vaporo sauna (from 45°C to 50°C)
Step 2 – Cold – A short walk outside
Step 3 – Rest – A minimum of 20 minutes of relaxation in the Hedonïa area
The invigorating thermal cycle is the one practiced by most guests at the spa. It allows guests to experience thermotherapy gradually but effectively and enjoy all the benefits this ritual has to offer.
Example of the invigorating thermal cycle
Step 1 – Heat – 10 minutes in the Finlandia sauna (from 75°C to 85°C)
Step 2 – Cold – 5 seconds in the Polabër pool (21°C)
Step 3 – Rest – A minimum of 20 minutes of relaxation in the Fläm cabin
Looking for an adrenaline rush? The intense thermal cycle is for guests who want to push their limits, overcome a challenge, and experience the effects of the thermal experience to the maximum.
Example of the intense thermal cycle
Step 1 – Heat – 15 minutes in the Barik sauna (from 75°C to 80°C) or in an Aufguss ritual in the Finlandia sauna
Step 2 – Cold – Total immersion under the icy Icebër waterfall (10°C)
Step 3 – Rest – A minimum of 20 minutes in the Relaxa relaxation chalet