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Working hours:


Roman Bath:

Monday – Saturday: 08.00-22.00
Sunday: 08.00-18.00

Finnish and aroma baths, infrared sauna, Russian steam room:

Monday- Friday: 12.00-22.00

Saturday: 09.00-22.00

Sunday: 09.00-18.00

 

Russian steam room

Temperature: 40-60 °С.
Humidity: 40-70%.

Of course, the stay of people suffering from respiratory diseases should be moderate: in dry air, the optimum temperature in the steam room should be within the range of 80-100°С.

And the total length of stay can be from 10 to 40 minutes, depending on the degree of disease, individual characteristics of the body, the habit of high temperature, blood pressure. It is important to consult a doctor before taking bath procedures. People who are prone to low pressure should stay in a steam room less time. In addition, it is worth focusing on the state of health, as the most accurate indicator. Particularly important is the observance of the sequence of processes of stay, cooling and rest, which play a bigger role in the bath therapeutic impact. Immediately after the steam room, it is necessary to take a cool or contrasting shower (people who suffer from heart diseases also need to either avoid contrast procedures or consult a physician and develop a mode of taking them).

 

Roman bath

Temperature: 30-40 °С.
Humidity: 90%.

It is believed that the Roman bath contributes to faster metabolism in the body and the person loses much more weight and does it quicker. Of course, dry air is more has a more effective impact on the skin.
Under the influence of bathing heat, a significant activation of circulatory processes is observed. The heart contracts more often and the blood circulation is accelerated. Also, the blood pressure is changed. In patients with impaired blood pressure, the steam room acts, as a rule, in an regulatory way. In people with reduced pressure, it significantly increases. Particularly useful in such cases are contrasting procedures. As a rule, people, who suffer from hypertension, tolerate the bath well at the initial stage.

 

Finnish sauna

Temperature: 70-90 °С.
Humidity: 5-15%.

The Finnish sauna is a serious competitor to the Russian bath, famous for its very hot steam. For Finns, the sauna is the main means of restoring strength after hard work. The Finnish sauna is so good in relieving fatigue, raising and improving the mood that it has become one of the most popular baths in the world.
It is a dry heat sauna, when the air in the room has low humidity (10-25%) and a high temperature within 90-110 ° C. It is argued that in the result of this, the heat enveloping in such a sauna is higher and this is the advantage of sauna. The importance of the sauna as a tempering and health-improving means is well-known and widely used by the population.

The sauna makes the most pronounced influence on heat transfer, blood circulation, functions of the autonomic and central nervous system. The sauna procedure has a versatile effect on the activity of the cardiovascular system. The using saunas stimulates the functioning of the internal secretion glands, which are functionally interconnected, and regulates the activity of many systems of the organism.
In the Finnish sauna, the main factors affecting the human body are:

  • high ambient temperature;
  • the ability to quickly change the contrast temperatures (from high to relatively low);
  • relative air humidity of the sauna.

How to use the sauna

First you should take a shower and enter the sauna wet. Sit down and let the sauna warm your body to open the skin pores. After a brief stay in the sauna, you have to take a shower for the second time – this time it must be cooler, then wash it clean and go back to the sauna, relax and enjoy the warmth.
Dry air, which has lower thermal conductivity and heat capacity, allows you to raise the temperature in the sauna to 100-120 ° C, so to increase the humidity you need to pour a little water on the stone.
A cool pool or shower after the sauna will promote your relaxation.
All procedures in the sauna should not exceed two hours.

 

Infrared sauna

Temperature: 40-60 °С.
Humidity: 5-15%.

The infrared sauna is made of natural wood, inside which special ceramic radiators are installed, which emit infrared (thermal) waves. These waves beneficially penetrate into the human body and transmit a large amount of heat (up to 80%) to a considerable depth, greatly improving the general condition. The peculiarity of infrared saunas is that, despite the deep heating of the body, the temperature inside the cabin does not exceed 40-60 ° C (for comparison – in a sauna at a temperature of 100 ° C, the human body warms up only a few millimetres).

The amount of sweat released during a half-hour session is 2-3 times more than in other saunas, and its composition is different. If in a sauna it is 95% of water and only 5% of dry residue, then in the infra-red sauna the ratio is 80% to 20%. The composition of the dry residue includes fats, cholesterol, toxins, wastes, etc. – that is, a much deeper cleansing of the body takes place.

Deep penetration of infrared waves contributes to the effective heating of muscles, bones and joints, accelerates blood circulation and removes wastes from the body. Regular half-hour sessions – warming up in the sauna reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood, which helps reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and heart attacks, positively affects the normalization of blood pressure and improves blood circulation and blood supply to organs of the body.

 

Aroma bath

The aroma bath is designed to restore physical strength, emotional balance and mental satisfaction.
A unique air cocktail that is formed as a result of the mixing of aroma oils and salt vapour from natural salt blocks will create a cozy and useful area of rest.

There are a modern and thought-out interior and heated anatomic chaise longues there. The internally heated salt-wall creates cozy lighting and, most importantly, helps to evaporate the necessary salt concentration in the air.

The “PLIAZH” FC aroma bath will promote:

– prevention of bronchial asthma;
– treatment and prevention of allergic diseases;
– improvement of metabolic processes in the body;
– prevention of vegetative-vascular dystonia;
– stress relief and chronic fatigue syndrome;
– increase of mental and physical capacity;
– increase of the overall immunity of the body to respiratory diseases.