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THE EXPERIENCE

We invite you to step inside and let the löyly envelop you in a warming calmness that engages your senses. The perfect antidote to the stressors of life. A moment of escapism to lift your spirits and rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Immerse yourself in a momentary getaway, and emerge with a fresh flow of renewed energy.

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SAUNA BOOKINGS

In true Finnish spirit, The Salty Finn Sauna is a communal experience.  Bookings are for a single space in the sauna which can accommodate 6 people at a time. You can book multiple spaces if you are visiting with friends or family, or you can always book a private session if you are not game to share. 

Sauna bookings include time for changing if required. However, please be aware that the change room is small,  therefore it is best if you come prepared with your swimsuit on to avoid ‘baring’ too much. 

Traditional saunas are hot!  The heat can be controlled by adding water to the hot stones of the sauna stove. You can also move to different levels of the sauna seating if you need a break from the heat. Moving higher = hotter!  To gain the full benefits of hot-cold exposure, it is recommended that you spend 10-15 minutes in the sauna, before cooling off and then repeat! 

For more information on what to bring to your session and other considerations, please see our

FAQ's and T&C's prior to booking.

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SAUNA ETIQUETTE

It is recommended that sauna sessions are no longer than 10-15 minutes at a time

Gently pour water onto the hot rocks with the ladle, do not dump water

Only pour water that is provided

Enter and exit the sauna in a safe manner

Rinse sandy or dirty feet before entering the sauna

Keep all access points clear to allow other users to exit safely and swiftly if needed

Wear bathers, bring  drinking water, a small towel to sit on in the sauna and another to dry off after your session and a warm change of clothes

FREQUENTLy ASKED QUESTIONS

How will I know what to do when I arrive?

When you arrive you will be met by sauna staff who will provide a short safety briefing and instructions on how to use the sauna. The staff member will be on hand throughout your sessions for any help or questions. 

How do I book?

Bookings are currently closed while the sauna is being constructed, however direct bookings will be done via The Salty Finn website. Simply choose your preferred date and session time via the booking calendar. If you are looking to book multiple spaces, please choose the number of spots using the drop-down menu. Private sessions are also booked via the booking calendar. If you would like a longer booking, please get in touch via email. 

Please note that we reserve the right to remove or change any time slots.

How do I know your location?

Being mobile, the sauna will travel to different locations. Current and future locations will be published on the website and social media. When booking, please ensure you are selecting a date at your preferred location. 

What should I bring with me?

As there is limited space, please ensure you bring minimal belongings with you. Although traditionally Finns would ‘bare all’ in the sauna, you will be required to wear appropriate swimwear. Bring some water and a towel for after swimming and some warm clothing to change back into after your session. 

You are able to leave your belongings in the change room at your own risk. 

Who is able to use the sauna?

Sauna is not suitable for everyone. If you are pregnant or have an existing medical condition or underlying health problem, please seek medical advice from a health care professional before you book.  Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 12 are not permitted.

All patrons accept that using a sauna can be risky, and the operators and their representative take no responsibility in any damages or liability that may occur.  A waiver must be signed upon booking. 

When using the sauna, listen to your body, drink lots of water and take breaks from the heat. 

The Salty Finn Sauna is drug and alcohol free. 

What if I need to go to the toilet?

No bathroom facilities are provided. If you need to go to the toilet, the closest public access toilet will need to be used.

What is your cancellation policy?

Bookings are non-refundable, however you can reschedule your sessions to another time with 24 hours notice. If your preferred time is not available, please get in touch with us via email and we will do our best to find a solution for you.

Please note however that The Salty Finn Sauna is mobile, and as a result we may not be available at your preferred location if rescheduling is required. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer an alternate booking for cancellations with less than 24 hours' notice. 

The Salty Finn Sauna operators reserve the right to refuse admission to intoxicated persons or for other reasons that may be deemed a health and safety risk. Refunds will not be offered to anyone refused admission.

Cancellation due to weather

Although the sauna is perfect for cold conditions, there may be times where weather could put patrons at risk. As a result, sauna bookings may be cancelled by operators. In this case you will be advised by sms and email as soon as practically possible and you may reschedule your booking to another available slot. 

What if I don't want to go into the water, or I am not confident in the ocean?

Any person using the ocean or other bodies of water for the ‘cold plunge’ do so at their own risk. It is the responsibility of the bather to ensure they are a capable swimmer and can handle being exposed to cold temperatures and the varied conditions of the ocean.

Alternatively you may choose to use beachside showers as your cold plunge, or simply the cold weather conditions will be cold enough to cool down between sessions.

There are no water rescue or surf life saving staff on duty. Please consider this before entering any body of water as part of your booking.

What is your COVID-19 policy?

The sauna has sufficient ventilation. This is a vital part of a traditional Finnish Sauna. Fresh air is circulated through ventilation points in the sauna. The sauna will also be cleaned between each use. Please do not come to your booking if you are feeling unwell.

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