The sauna allows you to relax both physically and mentally, to keep stress at bay and provides temporary escape from daily life. Having a sauna regularly, also helps eliminate toxins, enhances skin cell renewal and helps to maintain a fresh-looking, healthy, reinvigorated complexion. According to an ancient theory, one to two saunas per week, preferably consistently and regularly allow the body to completely attune to the stimulation provided by the sauna and allow the body to draw on the benefits.
Hammam ritual creates a state of wellness, reducing the harmful effects of daily stress; it is enjoyable and beneficial at any time of the year, either in the winter to prevent – discomfort related to the cold conditions and to provide relief to muscles, either in the summer, to lower body temperature, refreshing the body, and to provide a healthy glow (or enhancing this glow where already present), seeing as it thoroughly cleanses the skin. The hammam additionally stimulates the replenishment of water present within the body and keeps respiratory passages unobstructed by keeping them moist. This is important seeing as we live in environments which are generally too dry; the hammam also promotes vasodilation and consequently, improved skin nourishment. Sweating is intense, resulting in natural disintoxication of the body with the highest temperature (approximately 42 °C) and vapour pressure levels close to 100%. Hammam duration is subjective; normally, a full hammam session lasts approximately 35-45 minutes, which can be divided into intervals of showers or water spates, in order to refresh the skin. Normally associated with massages, the hammam allows for relaxation and genuine wellness.
A shower to arouse the senses: goes perfectly, both with the wellness treatments, sauna and hammam or can be used independently; abandon yourself to the different water patterns sprouting from various jets. All this, perfectly matched to a surrounding play of light, providing energy and complete relaxation.SPA dinner