|Barrel Sauna Sizes - DIY Kits (Kiln Dried Pine)||Glass in Door||Leak Proof Roof Kit||Harvia Wood Stove M3||Harvia Electric Stove KIP80-B1|
|240cm (L) x 182cm (H) no porch||$5,550.00||$5,795.00|
|240cm (L) x 182cm (H) X 60cm (Porch)||$5,650.00||$5,895.00|
|272cm (L) x 182cm (H) no porch||$5,795.00||$6,200.00|
|272cm (L) x 182cm (H) X 60cm (Porch)||$5,895.00||$6,300.00|
|300cm (L) x 182cm (H) no porch||$6,200.00||$6,450.00|
|300cm (L) x 182cm (H) X 60cm (Porch)||$6,300.00||$6,550.00|
When installing either style of heater please refer to the Harvia Manual provided with the stove. Contact a local WETT Certified installer or Certified Electrician.
Please note; The above saunas are made from Kiln dried Canadian Pine; we can offer the same sauna dimensions in Cedar. With that said, because of what’s going on in the world with COVID-19 the price is significantly more money and lead times on cedar are significantly longer all because of supply and demand.
Some Natural Health Practitioners recommend taking a sauna 2-3 times a week. The health benefits are unbeatable.
Saunas promote sweating by exposing the skin to high heat. The body’s surface temperature while sitting in a sauna, even briefly, can rise to 104 degrees F. The heart rate will increase, and blood will begin to circulate toward the skin surface, causing the body to sweat as it cools itself down.
Many people believe it is this process that is the biggest benefit of a sauna. When you take a sauna, the heat pumps up blood circulation near the skin and stimulates sweating. A proper sauna elicits about a quart of sweat per hour. It helps the body rid itself of unwanted materials and improves general circulation.
Natural Health Practitioner, Dr Weil says in his health column, “I’m a sauna enthusiast, and I often recommend “sweat bathing” in saunas to cleanse the skin, soothe sore muscles, or simply relax. Sweating in a sauna can also be beneficial to patients with arthritis, asthma or respiratory infections, and is a good way to recover from overindulgence in food or drink.
“Sweating in a sauna or steam room dilates the blood vessels, which reduces blood pressure and increases circulation to the skin. You don’t need much time in the heat – 10 to 20 minutes is enough to work up a good sweat.
If you have high blood pressure or a heart problem, be sure to check with your physician before going to a sauna or steam room. The heat can cause circulatory changes, including an increased heart rate. Overall, however, the only real risk to a sauna or steam room is spending too much time sweating. You can faint from overheating and from dehydration. Be sure to drink lots of water before, during and after your sweat.”
Take a Sauna 2-3 Times a Week For Optimum Health Says Noted Physician, Dr. Andrew Weil.
Source: 8 Weeks to Optimum Health-A Proven Program for Taking Full Advantage of Your Body’s Natural Healing Power “