Warm dry baths



Dry sauna (with skimpy moisture in the air), lined with wood, temperature of 80°C to 110°C.

Heating is made by special heaters (electric heaters or using wood) which are located in volcanic rocks. Stones, storing and distributing heat, have a specific flavor that combined with the smell of wood and air fresheners in the water, creates a unique experience of the sauna.

Light in the sauna is usually decreased; the visitor is given the peace and relaxation.

The combination of the heat of the sauna with subsequent application of cold water or by air-cooled rooms, enhance circulation and immune system.


Dry sauna (with low air humidity), lined with wood, temperature of 60°C to 65°C.

It differs from the Finnish sauna with higher humidity, lower temperature and application of light therapy.


Infrared sauna uses infrared fixtures to be taken directly from the human body. This is the main difference with traditional (Finnish) sauna, where warming of the body is indirectly made, by warming the air.

Bodies produce infrared radiation energy, the same as solar, but without harmful ultraviolet rays.

Infrared sauna is easy to use, it is suitable for both private houses and public spas. Because of the relatively low temperature, it can be used by people with low blood pressure, with heart problems in sports injuries, arthritis and chronic fatigue. Deep absorption of infrared rays into the skin of the body has a very good effect on allergic diseases, acne, eczema, and cellulite. Can be used daily as well.


Dry Bath / low air humidity / – temperature of 60ºC to 65ºC.

It differs from the Finnish sauna with higher humidity, lower temperature and application of light therapy.


Creates combination between two effects – the sauna and herbs. Usually in herbal baths used mixtures of various plant species. In herbal sauna enlargement of pores and improve circulation of sauna effect, allows for easy penetration of the active substances of herbs in the skin that have not only local action, but affects the whole body.


Sponge bath with warm walls, benches and a low humidity – temperature around 45°C.

The temperature is constant. Radiant heat from all sides heated body in a very loving and beneficial way. Its name comes from Laconicum (i.e. Balneum, bath), heated dry room for sweating in the Roman Baths. Laconium most often represented a round shape room with niches, conical roof with a circular hole at the top, which was attached a bronze shield with chains. This way the opening could be reduced or enlarged to regulate temperature. The walls were plastered with stucco and polished marble and the ceiling was painted blue with gold stars.


Tepidarium is warm room for relaxation. The room temperature is 37°C, humidity is low. It has heated walls and floor. It is recommended as an introductory kaldarium at before and/or subsequent cooling unit before proceeding.

Lining the room can be glass or ceramic.