Sauna as a substantial part of Finnish culture
Lampola was built for the sheep in the 19th century, and the exact year of completion is unknown. Thirty sheep have gone to Lampola in time. Nowadays this old sheep barn has been renovated as sauna premises.
Saunayoga reflects the Finnish essence
Saunayoga − silent and focused
What is Saunayoga?With our professional instructor on Saunayoga you learn to be present in the moment and calm your mind. The sauna is heated to 50 degrees and the exercises last about an hour.
During exercise, no water is thrown into the stove and you enjoy the mild heat of the sauna. You sit in the sauna and make moves according to instructions that are gentle and strengthen your body and improve, for example, back and shoulder movement.
To who is Saunayoga for?Saunayoga is ideal as a relaxation program for individual travellers, friends, small groups and work communities. The exercise is perfect for everyone, and you don't need previous experience with yoga.
What do I need for Sauna Yoga?The sauna is heated to 50 degrees. Wear shorts and a t-shirt or a top. Use flip-flops when going from the dressing to the sauna. Bring your own water bottle and a towel.
Price 2020 and AccessibilityPrice 300 € / 1-6 people including a guided sauna yoga exercise for one hour.
Kultaranta Resort is located in Naantali, Finland. Only half an hour's drive from Turku. Naantali city centre can be reached from Turku by buses 6 and 7, from the center a short taxi ride (about 5 km).
From Helsinki and Tampere it takes about two hours to reach Naantali. The Onnibus buses operate from Helsinki to Naantali city center. Matkahuolto buses operate from Helsinki and from Tampere to Turku.
For groups, we arrange, if necessary, charter transport, also to our Kultaranta Marina. Finnlines ferries operate from Åland Islands and Sweden to Naantali.
ReservationsKultaranta Resort Sales Office Särkänsalmentie 178, 21100 Naantali firstname.lastname@example.org
tel. +358 75 326 6000
Open on weekdays 9am-4.30pm