The thermal cycle can be experienced at three different levels of intensity. The higher the intensity of the thermal shock you experience during your cycle, the stronger the benefits of the treatment.
Which intensity is right for you?
Is this your first visit to the spa? This introductory thermal cycle is designed for guests who are discovering thermotherapy and who want a gradual introduction to the experience.
Example of the gentle thermal cycle
Step 1 – Hot – Spend 5 to 8 minutes in the Aromi sauna (between 60°C and 65°C)
Step 2 – Cold – Take a walk outside
Step 3 – Rest – Relax for at least 20 minutes at the Panorama Lounge
This thermal cycle allows guests to try thermotherapy and enjoy all of the benefits while exploring their own tolerance to cold and heat. This is a progressive way to integrate thermotherapy to your spa routine.
Example of the invigorating thermal cycle
Borëa and Kaskad sections
Step 1 – Hot – 10 minutes in the Finlandia sauna (85°C)
Step 2 – Cold – 5 seconds in the Tempër temperate pool (21°C)
Step 3 – Rest – At least 20 minutes of rest in a Kalmeo relaxation pavilion
If you’re in search of a new challenge and adrenaline, the intense thermal cycle is for you. This intense version is for guests who want to push their limits and enjoy the most the thermal cycle has to offer.
Example of the intense thermal cycle
Step 1 – Hot – 15 minutes in the Banyä sauna (between 95°C and 100°C)
Step 2 – Cold – Total immersion under the icy Rivër waterfall (10°C)
Step 3 – Rest – At least 20 minutes of rest in the Relaxa relaxation chalet