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WELCOME  TO  RUSSIAN  SAUNA!

 

 

 

Welcome!

Visit the Russian Bath House located in forest area Donacarney (Drogheda) . It is perfect place to meet your friends for health-improvement and purification of body, to escape tiredness, to de-stress and to strengthen immunity.

You will feel renewed and happy after this great procedure.

We offer a good time and quality service in spacious Bath House. What you can get from us, it is a Russian Sauna,

banquet room, music, TV, trampoline, pool, billiard, barbecue, 6 king and double sized beds, family rooms are available.

Max 20 people.The seaside are minutes away.

Book your visit:

Russian Sauna 087 202 44 88 Massage 087 27 27 477

 

Russian banya

For Russians the banya is a cleansing experience, an event to share with friends or family and something they highly recommend.We tend to forget that many don't know the basic whys and hows of steaming. Often first timers are at a loss of

what to do in our bathhouse. They come in, steam once, change, rehydrate, eat, and leave. They really miss out on the overall experience and don't take advantage of the mental and physical benefits steaming has to offer. Our mission is for ALL our

visitors to experience steaming the way its meant to be.

Steam like a Russian! Read on the beginners guide!

 

The Cleansing Experience at Russian Sauna Party

The Russian Sauna or Banya is a Russian bath house that has a special place in Russian culture. It's a traditional experience

with some unusual customs that you won't find at your local gym . Irish have similar places like a sauna or steam room but

this is nothing compared to the methods and practices that Russians enjoy.

 

If you go to a banya with a Russian family or a friends it can turn into a bit of a banya party because they might bring along

roast chicken or pork, salad, beer, and vodka. It's very strange for Irish to have a family dinner with everyone sitting around

mostly naked in their tiny bathers and bikinis . But after a few vodkas the insecurities quickly disappear!

So after you've been toasted, whipped, and frozen, the next stage - the drinking of the vodka - is child's play. Down goes a

shot of vodka with a cheers 'for health' (za zda-ro-vye!), and before you know it you've got your banya hat back on ready for another round. The whole process can be repeated 3 to 5 times depending on your stamina, and by the end you'll probably

feel (and look) like a piece of jello. Nevertheless, you can be sure you'll sleep well at night!

 

Recommended Items:

Felt hat (this keeps your head dry and protects you from overheating)

Venik (for exfoliating massage)

Honey face masks and sea salt body scrubs

Robe, slippers, towels, soap, shampoo, conditioner

Bathing suit (only mandatory on Unisex days)

 

Recommended Schedule:

1. Take a warm shower. Wash away any dirt or oil from the skin as you don’t want anything to clog your soon to be open pores.

2. Enter the sauna and lie down in a comfortable spot (use your towel if the surface is too hot). Lying down helps spread the

heat evenly throughout the body and is the ideal position for relaxation.

3. For your first session we recommend spending 3-6 minutes inside the sauna.

4. Exit the sauna and take a quick shower to rinse off. Towel dry and robe up.

5. Drink some tea, water, kvas, or anything else that will re-hydrate you, and pick a comfy spot. Relax, read, watch tv, socialize.

*A Venik massage during at least one of these sessions will help heat your body to the core.

6. After 10-15 min return to the sauna. Repeat step 2 but stay a little longer this time.

7. Repeat steps 4, 5, and 6, increasing the length of your steaming session each time. Keep in mind to always listen to your

body so you don’t over do it.  

*A Venik massage during at least one of these sessions will help heat your body to the core.

8. After you have had several sessions and you feel heated through, you can begin taking cold tub plunges or icy showers

after each session. This will strengthen your immune system, shrink pores, etc (see health benefits). Traditionally, jumping and rolling in snow is ideal, but this is not available all year

9. Try sitting in the cold tub for 10-20 seconds between your last few sessions. It takes a bracing attitude but the payoff is incredible. Your core will remain hot while your skin cools down. When you re-enter the sauna it will feel as thought it’s room temperature and your body will tingle as it warms back up.

10. End with a quick last steam, a thorough shower and more rehydration. At this point you may want a light meal and a nap.

 

Recommended Activities Between Sessions:

 

A game of backgammon, playcards, domino, etc

A friendly debate

Napping

Trying Russian drinks such as kampot (homemade juice), kvas (bread drink), kefir (yogurt drink)

A Russian snack of dried fish, sala (cured pork) or seeds

A lighthearted movie

Good  girl/guy talk

Stay Away From:

 

Getting wasted

Fisticuffs

Eating a Big Mac and/or giant poutine right before steaming

Smoking between sessions

 

Book your visit:

Russian Sauna  087 202 44 88

Massage  087 27 27 477

WELCOME  TO  REAL  SAUNAS!

 

Welcome!

Visit the Russian and Baltik Bath Houses located in forest area of Navan and Drogheda (Donacarney). It is perfect places to meet your friends for health-improvement and purification of body, to escape tiredness, to de-stress and to strengthen immunity.

You will feel renewed and happy after this great procedure.

We offer a good time and quality service in spacious Bath Houses. What you can get from us, it is a Russian and Baltik Saunas,

banquet rooms, music, TV, trampoline, pool, billiard, barbecue, 6 king and double sized beds, family rooms are available.

Max 20 people.The seaside are minutes away in Donacarney.

Book your visit:

Russian Sauna Navan or Baltik Sauna Drogheda  087 202 44 88

 

Russian and Baltik banya (sauna) are very similar.

For Russians the banya is a cleansing experience, an event to share with friends or family and something they highly recommend.We tend to forget that many don't know the basic whys and hows of steaming. Often first timers are at a loss of

what to do in our bathhouse. They come in, steam once, change, rehydrate, eat, and leave. They really miss out on the overall experience and don't take advantage of the mental and physical benefits steaming has to offer. Our mission is for ALL our

visitors to experience steaming the way its meant to be.

Steam like a Russian! Read on the beginners guide!

 

The Cleansing Experience at Russian Sauna Party

The Russian Sauna or Banya is a Russian bath house that has a special place in Russian culture. It's a traditional experience

with some unusual customs that you won't find at your local gym . Irish have similar places like a sauna or steam room but

this is nothing compared to the methods and practices that Russians enjoy.

 

If you go to a banya with a Russian family or a friends it can turn into a bit of a banya party because they might bring along

roast chicken or pork, salad, beer, and vodka. It's very strange for Irish to have a family dinner with everyone sitting around

mostly naked in their tiny bathers and bikinis . But after a few vodkas the insecurities quickly disappear!

So after you've been toasted, whipped, and frozen, the next stage - the drinking of the vodka - is child's play. Down goes a

shot of vodka with a cheers 'for health' (za zda-ro-vye!), and before you know it you've got your banya hat back on ready for another round. The whole process can be repeated 3 to 5 times depending on your stamina, and by the end you'll probably

feel (and look) like a piece of jello. Nevertheless, you can be sure you'll sleep well at night!

 

Recommended Items:

Felt hat (this keeps your head dry and protects you from overheating)

Venik (for exfoliating massage)

Honey face masks and sea salt body scrubs

Robe, slippers, towels, soap, shampoo, conditioner

Bathing suit (only mandatory on Unisex days)

 

Recommended Schedule:

1. Take a warm shower. Wash away any dirt or oil from the skin as you don’t want anything to clog your soon to be open pores.

2. Enter the sauna and lie down in a comfortable spot (use your towel if the surface is too hot). Lying down helps spread the

heat evenly throughout the body and is the ideal position for relaxation.

3. For your first session we recommend spending 3-6 minutes inside the sauna.

4. Exit the sauna and take a quick shower to rinse off. Towel dry and robe up.

5. Drink some tea, water, kvas, or anything else that will re-hydrate you, and pick a comfy spot. Relax, read, watch tv, socialize.

*A Venik massage during at least one of these sessions will help heat your body to the core.

6. After 10-15 min return to the sauna. Repeat step 2 but stay a little longer this time.

7. Repeat steps 4, 5, and 6, increasing the length of your steaming session each time. Keep in mind to always listen to your

body so you don’t over do it.  

*A Venik massage during at least one of these sessions will help heat your body to the core.

8. After you have had several sessions and you feel heated through, you can begin taking cold tub plunges or icy showers

after each session. This will strengthen your immune system, shrink pores, etc (see health benefits). Traditionally, jumping and rolling in snow is ideal, but this is not available all year

9. Try sitting in the cold tub for 10-20 seconds between your last few sessions. It takes a bracing attitude but the payoff is incredible. Your core will remain hot while your skin cools down. When you re-enter the sauna it will feel as thought it’s room temperature and your body will tingle as it warms back up.

10. End with a quick last steam, a thorough shower and more rehydration. At this point you may want a light meal and a nap.

 

Recommended Activities Between Sessions:

 

A game of backgammon, playcards, domino, etc

A friendly debate

Napping

Trying Russian drinks such as kampot (homemade juice), kvas (bread drink), kefir (yogurt drink)

A Russian snack of dried fish, sala (cured pork) or seeds

A lighthearted movie

Good  girl/guy talk

Stay Away From:

 

Getting wasted

Fisticuffs

Eating a Big Mac and/or giant poutine right before steaming

Smoking between sessions

 

Book your visit: 087 202 44 88