Sauna know-how

Sauna know-how
Sauna know-how

Finnish sauna

The air is very hot and dry. Make sure you cool down after your session - either with the Crashed Ice, in the snow or under the Glacier Shower during the summer months.

Temperature: 80 ° C – 100 ° C
Humidity: dry
Maximum duration: 20 minutes

Steam bath with light and aroma therapy

The steam bath is gentle on the circulatory system. Muscles are relaxed, the metabolism is stimulated, the blood circulation is improved and the body’s immune system is strengthened. The steam has a positive effect on the mucous membranes and the respiratory system as well as improving the complexion. Aromatherapy promotes relaxation while light therapy helps to restore the body’s inner balance.

Temperature: 45 ° C – 60 ° C
Humidity: 40 – 60 %
Duration: approx. 15 minutes

Infrared booth

The positive effect of heat: aches and pains are soothed, muscles are relaxed, blood circulation is increased, the metabolism is stimulated and the whole body is relaxed.

Temperature 40 ° C and 45 ° C
Duration: approx. 20 to 30 minutes

Bio-herbal sauna

The deeply relaxing bio-herbal climate gently warms up the body, stimulates the circulation and frees up the respiratory system. Stress is reduced, tense muscles are loosened and the pleasant warmth restores your inner balance.

Temperature 40 ° C to 60 ° C
Humidity 15 – 30 %
Duration approx. 15 minutes


Almhof Dienten - Die Sauna - Gewusst wie
Almhof Dienten - Die Sauna - Gewusst wie