Finnish Log Cabin Sauna
The interplay of hot and cold stimulates circulation and blood flow as well as boosting your powers of resilience. The Finnish sauna is the most traditional form of sauna, whereby one alternately sweats then cools. The room temperature is between 80 and 100 °C and the relative humidity level lies somewhere between 15 and 30%. Positive characteristics attributed to this sauna: Stimulates the heart and circulatory system, detoxifies, physical and mental relaxation, eases bronchial disease, stimulates the endocrine system and improves elasticity of the body’s connective tissue and muscles
- Temperature: 80-100°C
Sweating without stressing the circulatory system, warms the skin from within (deep heat), easy on the veins, improved cleansing and detoxifying effect, positive impact on skin and joints. The immune system is modulated and strengthened.
- Temperature: 36°C
Children’s Sauna & Steam Bath
As our wellness and spa area with all its’ amenities are restricted to the use of adults only, we have created the opportunity for our younger guests to indulge in some “hot relaxation”. The young ones quickly realise how the pleasantly warm and damp climate works wonders on the respiratory system.
- Temperature: up to 80 °C
- Relative humidity: 3-6 °C
- Children’s steam bath: Temperature: up to 45°C
A pleasantly warm and moist climate, designed in the style of a Lungau mountain hut, with herbal fragrances that relieve muscle tension, cleanse the respiratory tract and free the mind. The temperature in the herbal sauna ranges from 50 to 65°C just below the ceiling. The relative humidity measure between 45 and 55%. No infusions are made in the herbal sauna. The herbal sauna’s gentle climate prevents the body from over-heating and provides optimum relaxation and detoxification.
- Relative humidity: 45 - 55%
Immerse yourself in the world of eternal ice. Use ice from the rock to cool down after any sauna or heat cabin session. Boosts circulation and closes the pores.
- Temperature: 15 to 20 °C
Laconium is a type of dry sauna. This sustainable heat results in stress reduction, a feeling of freshness and deep mental and physical relaxation.
- Temperature: 40 to 45°C
- Indoor climate: Dry and fragrant
Like swimming in the Dead Sea! This refreshing health experience gives you an immediate feeling of well-being and vitality. Revitalising eucalyptus fragrance is diffused into the room with low levels of steam. Finely atomized sea salt can be added to the atmosphere at the press of a button. The addition of essential peppermint extracts has a cleansing effect on the entire respiratory system. Combined with the cabin’s radiant heat and increased partial pressure, a bio-climate materializes which is comparable to being near the sea.
- Temperature: 40 to 45 °C
- Indoor climate: fragrant, salty, damp
The steam room is a type of sauna where the room temperature is heated by steam to between 40 and maximum 60 °C. The moist heat and high humidity has a positive effect on the respiratory tract, skin pores open and the body begins to sweat. Subsequent cold showers or immersing oneself in a plunge pool improves circulation to the skin, strengthens the immune system and stimulates metabolic activity. This is a particularly gentle way to detoxify the body and boost fat reduction. The lower temperatures of a steam sauna compared to the hot air in a dry sauna are particularly recommended for people with circulatory problems.
- Temperature: 40 to 50°C
- Indoor climate: damp and fragrant
- Effects: Ideal for skin and hair, the respiratory system and detoxification
Ergonomic relaxation Roman style! Gentle yet stimulating regeneration. Strengthens the immune system without stressing the circulation. The Tepidarium is a regenerating bath at 40 to 45 °C which strengthens the immune system by triggering a “healthy fever”
- Indoor climate: dry, fragrant
- Temperature: 40 to 45°C