Sauna

Station BLÜ / Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement

Image 3 of 13 from gallery of Station BLÜ / Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement. Photograph by Stéphane Groleau

Finnish Sauna by cabin9, via Flickr

Water Bucket, ladle and Vihta / Vasta in sauna. Vihta or Vasta is in english birch whisk used in sauna. The use of Vihta or Vasta is slap repeatedly our bodies. That aids your circulatory system, cleans and refresh your skin and it& also like a massage.

The residence of Finnish designer Eero Aarnio features a compact sauna. Photo by: Joanna Moorhouse

The heatsource centered. Residence of Finnish designer Eero Aarnio features a compact sauna. Photo by: Joanna Moorhouse

The right ventilation is crucial for the relaxing enjoyment of the sauna. The fresh air must enter to the sauna from the wall over the stove and leave from the bottom of the room. This is how you may keep your feet warm. Warm air stays only above the hot stones in the stove so build your sauna so that you may keep your feet above that level.

Luftzirkulation und Temeperaturzonen in der Sauna sehr gut dargestellt sagt www.

"Tilaihme"

There is something very special about Finnish sauna. I love sauna, everything about it.

Real Finns say sauna (sow-na)

My grandmother gets so mad when people say SAWNA! Real Finns say SAUNA (sow-nah)!*It 's like fingernails on a chalkboard to hear people pronounce it wrong! It's Sau-na (like Maui's "au" sound.

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