t wasn’t so long ago that the only way to spend some time in a sauna meant that you needed to have a membership to a spa, gym or some other private facility. The task of building a sauna was… Continue Reading →
This Swedish bathing pavilion features rough-cut pine walls that are treated with tar, a preservative that yields a time-worn aesthetic. Photo by James Silverman. This originally appeared in Modern Wood Pavilion Joins Home.
Saunas are a way of life here and there are three million in the country, almost as many as people! To get the full experience, try a sauna tour. You’ll be transported around on a bus that’s a moving sauna! We stopped at an ice sauna - built on [.
add lavender oil into a bucket full of charcoal that is hot and steamy.As soon as you do that the lavender scent will come out , it is very relaxy to do that way, better, and you will feel refreshed and sleep much better at night.