More than just a warm room, there’s nothing quite like the experience of a sauna. The crackling stoIt’s an ancient experience too. A form of sauna was used by the Mayans of Central America as far back as 3,000 years ago. Finnish for ‘bath house’, the sauna - as we know it today - was invented a thousand years later.
Sometimes, it can feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day. And not to work either - but simply just to be.
It’s no secret that regular exercise improves both physical and psychological wellbeing, reducing the risk of diabetes, heart disease and mental illness.