Sauna and cold plunge T&C’s

Disclaimer –

Use of the sauna and cold plunge is done so at your own risk. We ask that you contact your GP if at all in doubt about safely using the sauna or cold plunge.

If any of the below apply to you (please note, this is not a comprehensive list) we advise you to seek your GP’s advice: –

  • If you’re pregnant
  • If you’ve had a heart attack or stroke
  • If you’re taking any medications
  • If you have cardiovascular conditions and/or problems
  • You have epilepsy
  • You have asthma or breathing conditions
  • High or low blood pressure
  • If you have arterial disease
  • If you have joint or muscle injury

The do’s and don’ts of sauna and cold plunge

The sauna is wood-fired and is extremely hot. Do not touch the stove, stove door, flu chimney, sauna rocks, or surrounding fire guards, and only as instructed to pour water onto the stones.

When pouring water on the rocks, start from the point furthest away from you to prevent scalding

Children of 16 years and under are not permitted to use the sauna or cold plunge.

Alcohol and smoking are not permitted in or around the sauna.

Any hanging jewellery should be removed before entering the sauna to prevent burning.

Sauna etiquette must be adhered to at all times. This includes: –

  • Entering and exiting the sauna with care.
  • Removing shoes before entering.
  • Sitting on a towel at all times.
  • Staying in the sauna for no longer than 20 min at a time (we recommend 5-15 min sessions)
  • Do not use essential oils in the sauna without permission.
  • No eating in the sauna.
  • Only swimwear may be worn in the sauna.
  • Nudity is not permitted.