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Do I really need a changing room?

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If I had a stick of firewood for every time i’ve been asked this question, I could keep my wood burning sauna stove on idle most of the winter:

1. Double doors. Why do grocery stores all have a double set of entry doors?  Imagine you are a check out clerk at a grocery store and it’s below freezing with 25 mph winds and some old lady is standing in the doorway adjusting her hat.  Now imagine that you build your own sauna without a changing room and some old lady is standing in the open doorway adjusting her hat.  Close the door!

2.  Equalize your body temp. A backyard sauna with a changing room is a wonderful hang out space between rounds.  After a well deserved cold outdoor shower, it’s nice to sit in the changing room and hang out, visit, indulge in a sauna music play list as your body equalizes.   This is not only fun, but important!

3.  Expand your space. A sauna changing room is critical for a sauna party.  Offering hang out zones gives your sauna party structure and expansion.  How come people hang out in the kitchen at parties?

I built my mobile sauna with a changing room for all the above reasons, oh, yea, and you

4.  have a place to hang your clothes.

Click here for the ultimate sauna plan.  It’s the perfect design for a Minnesota sauna or a Finnish sauna or a backyard sauna or even a mobile sauna.

A changing room with windows and hooks and space to chill out.
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3 thoughts on “Do I really need a changing room?”

  1. Honestly it’s more of a cooling room than a changing room. Sure you change your clothes there too, but when you sauna, you also need a place to sit and hangout, rehydrate or snack before going back in. This was key when I was building. My sauna is 8×8, heated by the only sauna stove one should use, and an 8×8 cooling room with a nice high 14′ ceiling.

  2. I LOVE my cooling room. Great place to chill, keep the clothes dry in the winter, and dry wood storage also. I put in a nice shower too!

  3. No Sauna is complete without one! Mine extends the use of my sauna in a dozen ways. We keep it cook and use it as a resting room between rounds. It also doubles as a favorite guest room. We have a Sauna bench with a back that turns into a queen sized bed. During the day, it is a remote office. Don’t leave it out!

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