Purchasing A New Sauna Can Be A Challenge
Saunas have been apart of Finland’s culture for many years. Finland sees taking a sauna as a normal activity rather than a luxury. This culture includes families and friends as they partake in the cleaning of the body and mind in the sauna. The Finn’s in this culture enjoy a ‘ target=’_blank’>home saunas in Finland where over half are in private residents. The rest are in gyms, health clubs, or hotels. There are approximately 5 million residents that live in Finland today.
The traditionsof taking a sauna began in Finland as a way to cleanse the body of impurities and relax the mind. This tradition began before taking a bath was common practice to keep good hygiene. It was common for the sauna to be built prior the house was built on new property. This was done because you could live in the sauna before the house completed. A sauna is basically a sterile environment. The original saunas were designed with a fire pit. The fire pit would heat the room along with the rocks the smoke would fill the room until it got up to temperature than fresh air was let in. Then after about an hour you could enter and enjoy.
What differentiates a sauna a Finnish sauna is the heat source that is used, though many people believe that there are several different types of saunas the only real saunas are the ones that only use wood fired heaters unlike wording to describe the differences between the other saunas in use today. The normal heat range is around 150 degrees to 200 degrees.
Wood is burned to heat rocks that sit on top. Once the rocks are thought to be warm enough the fire is put out and the sauna is cleared of smoke and water is dripped over the rocks to create the steam. The steam is the spiritual part of the process. A basic logged in to post a comment.