Who is into sauna?
Finns. Scandinavians. Now folks that ‘get it’ from around the world are into sauna. It’s becoming a big deal.
What is sauna?
Traditional sauna is a centuries old tradition. it involves a stove (wood or electric) that heats rocks. Walls are generally cedar or white spruce. Sauna is not a steam room. Sauna is not a hot tub.
When do you sauna?
Where are saunas?
Lots of health clubs feature a ‘dry sauna,’ invariably heated by an electric sauna stove, but health club and hotel saunas are generally a compromise. One may stumble upon an authentic sauna if one is lucky enough to visit Scandinavia or Northern lakes areas like Minnesota, upper Wisconsin, Canada.
Why take a sauna?
Health benefits to sauna are numerous and undisputed.
How do I get in the game?
This site is about getting in the game. You deserve your own sauna: a backyard sauna. An outdoor sauna may in fact open your appreciation to nature. A sauna in your house is a real sign of quality living and doesn’t really cost a lot. We’re here to help, and here’s where you start.