Boost your health in our sauna! Do not worry, a loan of a sauna towel is included in the price. The sauna capacity (of 12 persons) is sufficient, you can cool down in a cold plunge pool and relax in the rest room on wooden relaxation loungers.
Feel free to inspect the sauna first - we charge no fee for sauna sessions under three minutes.
The sauna charge is not included in the basic (or any concessionary) admission fee and needs to be paid extra. The surcharge for one sauna admission is 50 CZK and 40 CZK for the holders of a chip wristband with prepaid credit.
See the opening hours and price list of services here.
You are warmly welcome to visit our bar. The refreshment shop is accessible both from the dry and wet zone. Pleasant seating, good coffee, desserts, sundaes, hot meals. Our WiFi connection will make your stay even more pleasant. Your expense bill is registered by means of your chip wristband and you pay comfortably when leaving the premises. See the menu here.
Boosting Your Health In A Sauna
Taking a sauna promotes blood circulation in the tissues, elimination of waste products from the body, improves thermoregulatory ability of the organism, destroys germs and viruses (thus boosting the body's resistance to colds). Sauna sessions will also boost you cardiovascular system, eliminate headaches, pain of joints and muscles and clear your respiratory tract. Also significant is the psychological effect of taking a sauna as it is a safe way to eliminate stress. You can visit our sauna all year round.
Although taking a sauna is beneficial, remember to take into consideration your health condition. If you have a heart condition, varicose vein problems, high blood pressure, you had better avoid the sauna. When in doubt whether your health condition is suitable for taking a sauna, consult your doctor first.
Avoid taking a sauna if you have been through excessive physical or mental strain, had a heavy meal or with an empty stomach. Taking a sauna is a great prevention of colds and viral infections but not a means of meadical treatment. Therefore, do not visit a sauna when undergoing viral infections and inflammatory diseases and also skip sauna sessions during menstrual periods and in pregnancy.
Before taking a sauna, we recommend to take off all your jewellery, which may become unpleasantly hot on the skin when taking a sauna.
Take a good shower and dry yourself thoroughly.
The time to be spent in the hot room differs individually and depends on your subjective sensation. The ideal time of your stay should range from 15 to 20 minutes. But if you start feeling uncomfortable, your ear aurcicles, nose tip, cheekbones or finger tips start to feel hot, if you have difficulty breathing, leave the sauna.
Place a cotton sheet or a towel underneath your entire body including the feet.
When in the hot room, you should preferably be lying down or sit with your feet on the same bench you are sitting on to keep your entire body at roughly the same temperature. Failing to do this may lead to headaches.
In the sauna process, you may carry out a self-massage using various massage tools (brushes, sponges).
Breathe both through your mouth and nose
Before entering the cold plunge pool, shower thorougly to wash off impurities.
Immerse yourself in the cold pool slowly and gradually. It is not advisable to jump into it abruptly.
When cooling yourself down you should go through several sensations. First, you will be cold. During this phase, sediments from the body are released into the bloodstream. In the second phase, you cease to feel cold and start to feel comfortable in the water.Try not to move much in the water. When you start feeling cold again, leave the cold pool.
Sit down in the relaxation room into a pleasant relaxation position (lying down) and rest for at least 20 minutes.
Keep taking in fluids all the time.
Repeat the whole procedure but not more than three times.