Moorings 5, V & A Waterfront, 021 425 0016
The Quadrant, Claremont, 021 671 7988
Royal Lotus


There are Saunas in both branches of Na-Bua

How does it work?

A sauna is a closed "room" heated by coals. Similar in function to a Steam Bath, only the heat in a Sauna is a dry heat by comparison. The temperature inside a sauna is kept steady with a relative humidity of  between 15 - 30 percent. The heat of a sauna increases the body temperature causing you to perspire. This aids the body in many ways as your pores begin to open, your blood vessels dilate, your pulse speeds up and your breathing may increase. All of these actions lead to easy elimination of toxins from the skin.


  • Pain relief for arthritus suffers
  • Reduces swelling and inflamation
  • Tackles bugs and viruses
  • Improved circulation
  • Can aid weight loss
  • Eases tired muscles
  • Eliminates toxins from the body

Saunas are not recommended for pregnant women, small children, or the elderly and individuals who have heart disease, high blood pressure, or other cardiovascular problems should consult with their health care practitioner before using a sauna. Ensure you drink water before and after your sauna to prevent dehydration.

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