Sauna rules

Sauna rules

1. Please remove your shoes before entering the dressing room. Store your clothes and your shoes in the locker room.

2. The operating staff will lend you 1 towel and 2 sheets. When leaving, throw the borrowed items into the container provided.

3. The visitor has full responsibility for locking the locker, in which he has stored personal belongings, clothes, and shoes. If you would like to, you may store your valuables at the wellness reception.

4. Children under 6 years old are not allowed in the wellness area. Children from 6 to 16 years of age are allowed to enter the wellness only if accompanied by an adult (over 18 years of age).

5. The sauna is intended for healthy people and each visitor enters it at their own risk.

6. Intoxicated people are strictly forbidden from entering the wellness.

7. The sauna is not accessible to persons who have symptoms of an acute illness (fever, cough, cold, diarrhea, etc.) or persons with transmissible inflammations of the upper respiratory tract. Patients suffering from diseases other than those listed here undergo sauna at their own risk.

8. Enter the sauna without a swimsuit, dry and wrapped in a sheet, which will cause a higher sweating effect. Before entering the sauna, put away your jewelry and your watch.

9. In the sauna, breathe through your nose, not too deeply and rather slowly. Do not talk or move unnecessarily, you should let your body rest in the sauna.

10. Remember to drink enough fluids to avoid dehydration.

11. It is forbidden to smoke, consume food, alcoholic beverages, medicines, or other addictive substances in the sauna. It is forbidden to bring and use glass objects in the wellness area.

12. Behave yourself while in the sauna. Do not speak loudly and take other visitors into account. Do not run on damp floors to avoid falling and injuring yourself.

13. It is forbidden to reserve any loungers (by placing towels, etc.) in any way during the sauna.

14. Perfect blood circulation in the sauna is achieved within 10 – 15 minutes. However, due to low body weight and faster overheating in children, stays in the sauna should be shortened to about 5 minutes. Afterward, rinse your body with lukewarm water and then cool down using a cooling bucket, in a cooling pool, or take a cold shower until you feel cooled down. Dry your body and stay out of the sauna for a while. Repeat this procedure according to your condition, but at least three times.

15. After your last stay in the sauna, rinse your whole body thoroughly with lukewarm water without soap and wipe yourself dry. Visit the tepidarium, wrap yourself in a blanket, and lay down for about 30 minutes. Lie comfortably and relax to increase the proper physiological effect of the sauna.

16. The visitor who, despite a warning, violates these principles of conduct or does not obey the instructions of the operating staff will be expelled from the wellness center without the right to a refund of the entrance fee.