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Myrtha: Herbal Sauna

Pools and wellness facilities expert, Myrtha’s new Herbal Sauna, brings an innovative and therapeutic experience to the spa, says Stefano Cattaneo


With the benefits of using sauna cabins widely acknowledged across the wellness industry, Myrtha’s Herbal Sauna adds another dimension to the therapeutic benefits that can be delivered to spa clients.

The Myrtha Herbal Sauna resembles a traditional sauna but also features two sauna stoves with a steam outlet in between which gently releases herbal vapours through a grill.

The sauna’s interior features attractive ‘green walls’ – with planter boxes filled with dried herbs, spices and aromatic plants. This natural decor gives the cabin an eco-friendly and soothing, peaceful atmosphere.

Using natural herbs and essences within the sauna environment, the cabin creates a variety of positive health effects, including a calmer mind and body, deeper sense of relaxation and uplifted mood.

Herbal preparations delivered through the medium of heat are also believed to improve circulation, enhance lung function, boost the immune system and provide relief for a variety of skin conditions.

Herbal preparations
The Myrtha Herbal Sauna delivers its effects in a number of ways.
It starts by delivering extracts of warming spices, such as ginger, which promote perspiration to naturally cleanse the body, then steam opens the pores, enabling tiny medicated droplets in the air to be absorbed by the skin.

Next, inhaling the steam directly decongests and strengthens the respiratory system.

Finally, after the sauna session, herbs and spices can be applied as a treatment for the client in the form of a balm or in a poultice.

Popular herb and spice selections for the sauna experience include jasmine, lemongrass, lotus flower, ginger, turmeric, kaffir lime, lavender, eucalyptus, camphor and menthol.

Beyond all the physical benefits of the natural vapours, clients are able to leave their sauna experience with enhanced mental clarity and a deeper sense of inner peace.

Myrtha’s wellness director, Stefano Cattaneo, says: “Myrtha’s Herbal Sauna is the most contemporary thermal experience in the spa and wellness industry, combining sophisticated engineering and technical prowess and overlaying these with natural remedies and an eco-chic appeal.”

More: www.myrthawellness.com

photo: myrtha wellness

"Myrtha Herbal Sauna is the most contemporary thermal bathing experience in the spa industry" – Stefano Cattaneo

Planters are filled with, herbs, spices and aromatics Credit: photo: myrtha wellness
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Myrtha: Herbal Sauna

Pools and wellness facilities expert, Myrtha’s new Herbal Sauna, brings an innovative and therapeutic experience to the spa, says Stefano Cattaneo


With the benefits of using sauna cabins widely acknowledged across the wellness industry, Myrtha’s Herbal Sauna adds another dimension to the therapeutic benefits that can be delivered to spa clients.

The Myrtha Herbal Sauna resembles a traditional sauna but also features two sauna stoves with a steam outlet in between which gently releases herbal vapours through a grill.

The sauna’s interior features attractive ‘green walls’ – with planter boxes filled with dried herbs, spices and aromatic plants. This natural decor gives the cabin an eco-friendly and soothing, peaceful atmosphere.

Using natural herbs and essences within the sauna environment, the cabin creates a variety of positive health effects, including a calmer mind and body, deeper sense of relaxation and uplifted mood.

Herbal preparations delivered through the medium of heat are also believed to improve circulation, enhance lung function, boost the immune system and provide relief for a variety of skin conditions.

Herbal preparations
The Myrtha Herbal Sauna delivers its effects in a number of ways.
It starts by delivering extracts of warming spices, such as ginger, which promote perspiration to naturally cleanse the body, then steam opens the pores, enabling tiny medicated droplets in the air to be absorbed by the skin.

Next, inhaling the steam directly decongests and strengthens the respiratory system.

Finally, after the sauna session, herbs and spices can be applied as a treatment for the client in the form of a balm or in a poultice.

Popular herb and spice selections for the sauna experience include jasmine, lemongrass, lotus flower, ginger, turmeric, kaffir lime, lavender, eucalyptus, camphor and menthol.

Beyond all the physical benefits of the natural vapours, clients are able to leave their sauna experience with enhanced mental clarity and a deeper sense of inner peace.

Myrtha’s wellness director, Stefano Cattaneo, says: “Myrtha’s Herbal Sauna is the most contemporary thermal experience in the spa and wellness industry, combining sophisticated engineering and technical prowess and overlaying these with natural remedies and an eco-chic appeal.”

More: www.myrthawellness.com

photo: myrtha wellness

"Myrtha Herbal Sauna is the most contemporary thermal bathing experience in the spa industry" – Stefano Cattaneo

Planters are filled with, herbs, spices and aromatics Credit: photo: myrtha wellness
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