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Our sauna area

The opening hours of our sauna area is from 14:30 until 19:30.
 

Kelo - our wellness cult site

What is a cult needs a place of worship. So does the Finnish sauna. We have had one built in the open, next to the hotel. An original Finnish log cabin, built in the tradition of the far north: from real Kelo log. A place so extraordinary that it leaves no one indifferent. Here you can enjoy the unique Finnish sauna culture in unadulterated form. You sit amid silvery shimmering, centuries-old logs of untreated, natural dried Kelo wood and dive into a world of originality. Each sauna session takes you to the Arctic Circle. What you feel is the power of nature - a treat for body and soul. Thanks to the unique Kelo wood the sauna air is wonderfully fresh and pleasant. You sweat dryly, relax deeply and feel indescribably happy -. Wellness the Finnish way.

The somewhat different pine

Kelo wood comes from the arctic pine. The tree doesn’t weather after cutting in the dry cold polar climate but debarks and dehydrates itself. The dead and naturally dried Kelo wood is often up to 600 years old, is distinguished by the best characteristics for the Finnish log construction.
 
Kelo - our wellness cult site
 
 

Finnish Sauna (80°C)

The air is hot and dry, with a temperature of around 80° C. A sauna session generally includes two or three rotations in and out.

It’s a pleasant way of producing a variety of effects: it not only gives the skin a deep-pore cleansing, but also detoxifies the body and strengthens the immune system.
 
Finnish Sauna (80°C)
 
 
 

Hay bath "Heukraxenbad" (40°C)

The hay bath helps you to sooth rheumatic complaints.

Temperatures of 40-degrees for about 20 minutes. The healthy effect was soon explained with the strong sweating and the ethereal components of hay flowers.
Plants contain essential oils, coumarin-glycosides and tannins. This helps improve blood circulation and has an effect on inner organs via the reflex zones on the body's surface.
 
 

Soft sweating in the bio sauna (65°C)

The bio sauna is the light version of the Finnish sauna and becomes more and more popular also in the wellness hotels in South Tyrol.
But which are the differences between Finnish saunas and bio sauna?
Unlike the Finnish sauna the ambient temperature in bio sauna comports only about 60 °C, the air moisture however 40-55 %.
The bio-sauna allows circuit-gentle sauna stays; it acts constitutional and skin caring. Particularly in addition with essential oils and with special illumination many experience the bio-sauna in a much more relaxed way as in the Finnish sauna.
In the bio sauna you stay about 15-30 minutes, much longer as in normal saunas. You cool down outside or with cold showers.
 
 
 

Steam Baths (43°C – 46°C)

A steam bath has one hundred percent humidity and temperatures between 43° and 46° C, making it quite different from the hotter, dry sauna.

Hot steam is particularly beneficial for the skin, for diseases of the respiratory system, and rheumatic complaints.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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