How long does it take to warm up in the sauna?
Traditional saunas usually take 30-45 minutes to fully heat up. During this time, the rock will be heated to the perfect temperature for soft heat and soft steam. Infrared saunas have nothing to do with heat/room temperature, but the penetration or absorption of infrared energy.
What is the best wood to burn in a sauna?
Recommended fuelwood species: oak, birch, maple, ash, ash box, tin. Recommended building wood types: cedar, oak, aspen, pine, hemlock, spruce. Trees that contain sap may smoke or burn liquid when ignited and should be avoided.
How is the sauna heated?
Traditional saunas heat the air to warm the body. Heat and humidity: Very dry until water is sprinkled on hot rocks. Temperature and humidity can be adjusted (by adding water to the rocks); you can also add essential oils to the water for aromatherapy. It takes 30-40 minutes to preheat the rock before use.