Alcohol and nudity are not permitted in the sauna. The Saltwater Sauna operators reserve the right to refuse admission to intoxicated persons.
Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to use the sauna.
Any hanging jewellery should be removed before entering the sauna to prevent burning.
Any glasses or contact lenses should be removed before entering the sauna to avoid damage to the glasses and contact lenses from drying out.
All persons using the sauna do so at their own risk. If you have any reservations regarding sauna use, it is essential that you consult your GP before making a booking.
You must not use the sauna if you:
suffer from high or low blood pressure or any heart or circulatory disorder or suffer from epilepsy or diabetes;
are pregnant; or
are prone to dizziness or fainting.
All persons using the sea as a 'cold plunge' do so at their own risk. It is your own responsibility to ensure that you are a capable swimmer and can handle being exposed to the cold temperatures and varying conditions of the sea.
Sauna etiquette must be adhered to at all times. This includes;
Washing feet in the bucket provided before entering the sauna
Sitting on a towel at all times
Staying in the sauna for no longer than 20 min at a time (we recommend 5-15 min sessions)
Genly pouring water onto the sauna stove; drizzle, don't dump water
Only pouring the provided 'sauna water' on hot rocks and nothing else
Getting changed within your booked time slot, if you'd like to use the changing room.
If you are making this booking on behalf of a group, it is your responsibility to make your group aware of the terms and conditions and to practice safe sauna use.
The Saltwater Sauna operators reserve the right to refuse admission for any reason that may be deemed a health and safety risk. Refunds will not be offered to anyone refused admission.
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