Discover The Benefits Of Sauna And Join Remotely My Session To Learn How To Heal Naturally From Any Pains and Inflammation
The Sauna Experience session is intended for anyone who wishes to learn self-healing through effective techniques which they can apply daily. Join my 70 minutes Sauna Experience session today in order to support your body recovery and to get the most out of the sauna bathing sessions.
Not only you will learn how to use a sauna effectively but you will also be provided with a step by step guide with tips to support your health.
Here are some of the benefits you should expect from your experience:
A sense of relaxation and calm
A feeling of health and wellbeing
Release of toxins in the body
Promotion of a good night’s sleep
Rest for mind and body
To have the best sauna experience possible, there are things that you should do beforehand, during and after your sauna.
• First of all, you should wait for an hour or two after you’ve had a meal. The sauna’s heat draws blood to your skin to make you flush and sweat. In doing that, it draws blood from your internal organs, so it’s a good idea if your stomach isn’t trying to digest a meal at the same time.
• It is a good idea to drink a glass or two of water before going into the sauna. You are going to be sweating in there so drinking water makes sure that you don’t get dehydrated and helps your body flush out toxins.
• Please remove any jewellery, which has the potential to get hot and burn the skin.
• Should you feel unwell before to start please do not enter a sauna and contact me immediately in order to assist you.
• Should you feel unwell during the sauna please do contact me immediately in order to assist you.
Please note that saunas aren’t a hangover cure and should never be used as one. Saunas and alcohol don’t mix well at all.
The sauna is not suitable for children under 16, for pregnant women or those with any medical issues that may be affected by the sauna experience. If you are unsure, please consult your doctor before booking tickets.
If you are on prescription drugs, particularly for circulatory problems or diabetes, then you should definitely avoid the sauna until you have consulted with your doctor.
If you are under the supervision of a doctor should seek medical advice before booking for the sauna.
A sauna session last 70 minutes. This includes your time to change within the space. Each session is timed. This includes 15 minutes for briefing and learning, 55 minute sauna experience.
You will be required to wear your swimming costume.
Eating food and drink is not recommended before the sauna experience.
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