Finnish Sauna

Sauna is needed before any major publication. If the North American prefers to take a bath, the Finn is better coming off in the sauna. During the Second World War, the Finnish army was building saunas at all parking lots. As soon as the fortifications were finished, was taken for the construction of the sauna, which are sometimes rather primitive, but it's never been done in a hurry. Even now, the Finnish armed forces were using portable saunas as a normal part of field equipment. So-called "tent sauna" with heaters that use as fuel wood material or propane, produce for those who can not renounce it. For the Finns sauna means much more than just a room where you can sweat well. This is a time of physical and spiritual renewal, a moment of calm and reflection, as well as a way of life of an entire culture.

Receiving saunas in the narrow family circle or in the company's closest friends – a good tradition and an occasion to gather all together in a special place on Saturday evening. Children will settle on the lower shelves, while adults will enjoy the highest heat the sauna upstairs. In Over the next few hours they will be occupied by only a sauna, a place for recreation, small lake in the neighborhood and a broom "WICHT" with which stimulates blood circulation and creates a pleasant birch aroma. After sponge, most saunas and rest period, a delicious snack or light dinner will be worthy end of the evening. Finn takes his sauna is extremely positive. He looked forward to this moment of warmth and comfort, and he knows that it would be a nice quiet time to reflect on their own affairs. Even in large public saunas, designed for 50-100 swimmers, each of them can feel relaxed, and everyday cares, worries and grief recede into the background. Characterized by the fact that Finn loves to share the pleasure of deeply personal process of taking a sauna with friends. Perhaps this explains why the Finns spend so much time and words, speaking of the sauna. All Finnish families are usually very busy caring for their sauna. Finns are also aware of the unique human equality in the sauna, and this is reflected in an old Finnish proverb: "All people are equal, and in the sauna, and even more so." Obviously, the Finns opened the basic principle of equality of rights.