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Why

 
 

Upgrade your Vacation Week

If you are renting a house on a lake or river in Northern Michigan, there is no excuse not to rent a sauna as well. Most summer nights, the air is crisp and the water is exhilarating. Luxuriate in the heat and when you can't take it anymore, cool off while looking at the stars under the cover of darkness. In the spring and fall there is nothing better than taking a high afternoon sauna than cooling off slowly in the brilliant sun. In the frozen winter it's wonderful to get heated through to the bone while talking with people you love. When you are finished the heat will stay with you and you will sleep like never before.


Clean

We scrub our benches, floors and walls with baking soda and water after each use. Hydrogen peroxide is then sprayed throughout the sauna. 3% hydrogen peroxide is considered a stable and effective disinfectant by the CDC when used on inanimate objects. This is both effective and has low odor. Cedar and eucalyptus smell better than chemicals any day of the week.  

 

 

 

Debrief after your favorite activity

After a long ski, surf, sail, fish, bike or hike hop right in and warm up with your comrades. Arcadia public beach and Point Betsie are two excellent spots to sauna and to warm up after an epic "down winder". We will even get it started up for you so it is hot when you arrive. Trail-heads are another favorite spot to sauna after a ski or snowshoe.      


Health Benefits

Dr. Thomas H. Lee, a cardiologist at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital and founding editor of the Harvard Heart Letter says, “The cardiovascular effects of sauna have been well documented in the past. It lowers blood pressure, and there is every reason to believe that its effects are good for blood vessels.

A TIME Health article titled, Why Saunas Are Ridiculously Good for Youwrites that sauna use lower rates of hypertension, cardiac death and dementia compared to infrequent users.

 

“Matt Nahnsen is the consummate host: friendly, inviting and willing to work to make your experience wonderful.”
— Jordan Bates