Wood-burning saunas have been used for centuries. A wood-burning sauna feels more real compared to an electric sauna. The smell of burning wood appeals to our senses, and the best steam is obtained in a wood-burning sauna. The air in the steam room of the sauna circulates naturally and is not dry.
Before going to the sauna, we recommend taking a warm shower, around 36-38 degrees. In this way, the body is prepared for the hot temperature that awaits in the steam room. Enter the sauna and get used to the temperature first. You can take the whisk with you and put it in the steam room, but don’t get whisking yet. You can start whisking after you take a short break and enter the sauna again. After that, you could stay in the sauna for up to 15 minutes, sweat properly, and only then will the exercise be useful.
After the sauna, you can jump directly into the recreation center’s pond or cool off in the stream and, in snowy weather, rub yourself with snow.