IRISH STEAM BATH
KLAFS ABC OF WELL-BEING
Irish steam baths date back around 150 years. The temperature inside the sweat bath is relatively low, between 50°C and 55°C. The air is humid and warm, but without steam. Modern developments and alternatives include Russian-Roman baths with various rooms held at different temperatures, bio saunas (tropical saunas) and the SANARIUM®.