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Monthly Archives: July 2015

  • How to Relax During Your Sauna Session

    Enjoying some silence in the sauna

    Your sauna session is meant to be a relaxing and enjoyable time away from the crazy and busy world in which we live. While using the sauna, it’s not recommended that you use electronics, do any strenuous physical activity, or use anything that could be damaged by the heat or steam, so what you’re left with is a good 20 to 25 minutes all to yourself. Use this time to relax, unwind and de-stress.

    De-stressing is very important for your mind and your body, so we’ve got a few recommendations to help you relax and unwind a little bit more and make the most of your sauna sessions.



    Something that may really help you take advantage of the time to relax, is adding music to your sauna session. Listening to music can have several benefits for your health, specifically, classical music. This music slows down the heart rate, lowers your blood pressure, and even decreases the stress hormone levels in your body. The heat from your sauna can also help lower your blood pressure and as music works to relax your mind, your sauna will work to relax your muscles to give you an overall calming and enjoyable experience in your sauna.



    With or without music, meditation is another form of relaxation that you can use during your sauna session. The requirement of being “unplugged” during your sauna session creates the perfect atmosphere for meditation and not only that, meditation can be enhanced by the intense heat of a sauna.

    After you’ve settled into a comfortable, upright position in the sauna, focus on the hot air moving through your body, loosening your muscles and allowing you to release extra stress. Try to clear your mind of outside thoughts, and focus on being in the moment. You can also visualize negative energy and toxins being released from your body. By focusing on any of these things, your relaxation from meditation will work with the heat of the sauna to help both your mind and body relax.


    Deep Breathing:

    Similar to meditation, deep breathing allows you to release extra stress from your mind and body during your sauna session. To effectively master this technique might take some practice, but start by sitting silently and focusing solely on your breathing patterns. It is recommended to breathe in and out of your mouth at a slow pace, taking in each breath and feeling the hot air. This heat will work to relax your muscles, as the inhalation and exhalation process will also work to release stress. If you allow yourself to think about your breathing patterns, your mind is less likely to be distracted by lingering thoughts from stressors in your life.

    Try and take each moment in your sauna to relax and let yourself be free from stress and anxiety that may be present in your life. These methods and the heat from your sauna will work well together to help you get the most relaxation out of every sauna session.



  • Why Owning Your Own Sauna Is The BEST Thing Ever!



    Any moment of relaxation is a break from reality and the intense, always-busy world that we live in. Saunas are known to help people relax, and with many healthy benefits, using them daily can be good for both your mind and body. However, getting your daily sauna session in is not always easy, especially when you’re driving to your local gym to find a sauna. Today, not every gym has a sauna, so for some people it may be difficult to find a place that even has a sauna available to use. These are all reasons why having your own sauna is great and may be a good choice for you and your family!

    Just steps outside your own home you could step into a warm relaxation zone where, after a peaceful 15 or 20 minutes, you’ll leave feeling renewed and refreshed. Your sauna is a place where you can gather with friends, family, or just take some time for yourself to relax.

    Owning your own sauna means you get to choose the exact sauna that works best for you and your needs. With saunas seating up to six people, you’ll have plenty of room to sit and zone out during your sauna session. You can choose accessories or add-ons for your sauna such as these sauna scents. These allow you to enhance your sauna experience, making it your own and right for you. You’ll never have to worry about what to wear during your sauna session, because it’s just you and the relaxing heat. That means you can wear these convenient and comfortable sauna and spa wraps to give yourself the relaxing and at-home feeling only your own sauna can provide.

    Although saunas are known to be very sterile areas, having your own sauna allows you to know who’s been in it and how often you feel it should be cleaned. You can use it at your own convenience, as it will always be just steps outside your door or just down the hall.

    Saunas are very beneficial for your muscles and joints after an intense workout or even a long day in the office. The heat allows your muscles to loosen up and relax. No need to stop at the gym or try and squeeze it in, in the morning. With your sauna at home, you can step inside whenever it is convenient for you.

    The choices are truly unlimited when it comes to owning your own home sauna. From colors, to types of wood, to size, to accessories, you have the ability to really make it your own. By the time you add in the price of gas, and a membership so that you can use the sauna, it will be more time and money spent than if you have your own. You can easily grab some snacks, beverages and even the rest of the family, and enjoy a sauna session and time together.

    Making your sauna yours and right for you and your family is only going to increase your relaxation and enjoyment of your sauna. Whether it’s indoors, outdoors, for two people or for four people, relaxation in your very own sauna really is the BEST thing ever!



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