How does the procedure work?

How does the procedure work?

Sauna Japońska Ganbanyoku
During the session, we lie undressed or in comfortable sportswear on volcanic rock heated to 40-42°C. We rest our head on a comfortable Japanese cushion filled with millet. The heat from the stone penetrates deep into the body, causing muscles to relax, pores to open and toxins to be released. We feel a very pleasant warmth, but not hot. The treatment stimulates circulation and speeds up metabolism without accelerating the heart rate. The infrared radiation emitted from the volcanic magma enters the body 3 times deeper than the heat of traditional saunas, stimulating and activating many transformations at the cellular level. The rock sauna experience is extremely pleasant and fascinating. There is no excessive sweating, no unpleasant smell so characteristic of saunas and, above all, no feeling of heat making breathing difficult. After each session, the volcanic stone is disinfected, guaranteeing the next client the highest level of hygiene. The average treatment time is between 45 and 90 minutes.

If you notice symptoms of illness such as persistent cough, malaise, difficulty breathing, please cancel or reschedule your appointment.

If you have had a recent COVID test and have not yet received a result please reschedule your appointment until you have received a negative result.

When entering the salon, please use a mask in accordance with current regulations.

Upon entering the salon, please disinfect your hands.

Please come to appointments at the agreed time and also without accompanying persons.

We strive to create the safest possible environment for our clients and staff in view of the situation around us. However, if you still do not feel comfortable using our services, we suggest postponing your visit to a later date. Do not worry about the expiry date of your invitation or pass. We will accept them at a later date. 


In most cases, Thai massage is a safe treatment. People who are affected by any of the following should not undergo massage.
- The consumption of alcohol before the massage is not recommended.
- A meal should be consumed at the latest one and a half hours before the massage.  

Contraindications to massage:
- all conditions with a high body temperature (above 38° C), acute and subacute inflammatory conditions,
- skin discontinuity, early period after fractures, sprains and dislocations (in such cases individual healthy joints may be massaged)
- all kinds of dermatological lesions,
- scars, bruises, skin inflammations, varicose veins (in such cases, only healthy parts of the body may be massaged)
- allergies to cosmetics used in massage,
- haemorrhages or a tendency to their occurrence,
- Uncompensated heart defects, aneurysms, fresh blood clots, fresh myocardial infarction,
- malignant and non-malignant tumours,
- post-traumatic strokes in joints and muscles (up to 3 days after the injury)
- phlebitis
- osteomyelitis with fistulas,
- core cavernosity,
- the period of the first trimester and the last month of pregnancy,
- the entire period of pregnancy with complications,
- all cases requiring surgical intervention,
- people after surgery (massage can be given 12 months after surgery if it was major and 6 months after a minor one if the scars are well healed)
- peptic ulcer disease with bleeding,
- liver and kidney stones.