The processes that take place in a sauna affect the entire body system. The high temperature has a positive effect on tired muscles, activating blood circulation, cleansing the skin and increasing the body’s natural resistance. Together with sweat, toxins are removed from the body, pain is reduced, the whole body relaxes and our mood improves. Sauna is also an aid to weight loss, as the heat boosts metabolism.

It is a beauty, healthy body and anti-stress treatment available to all Gym+ members free of charge, regardless of membership type.

Sauna opening hours: I-VII 9:00 – 21:00

Sauna temperatures range from 80 °C to 90 °C

It is mandatory to follow the rules specified below while in saunas:

  • When using the sauna facilities at the gym, it is compulsory to comply with the Hygienic Standard HN 39:2016 “Public health safety requirements for saunas”;
  • You must take a shower before and after using the sauna facilities;
  • You may only enter a dry sauna if you have a towel or other sheet, which you must use to sit on while in the sauna.  Slippers must be left at the entrance to the dry sauna;
  • Minors may use the saunas only under the supervision of an adult, who is responsible for their safety, behaviour, observance of internal rules and health.

Saunas in Vilnius

Saunas in Klaipėda

Saunas in Kaunas

  • After a hard workout, the heated muscles and joints recover much faster, so you’ll feel less pain the next day, less chance of injury, and your body will recover faster and be ready for the next workout;
  • It is recommended to stay in the sauna for up to 20 minutes, but if you feel dizzy or tired, leave immediately. Your body is tired after a workout and the sauna should be a rest, not an additional strain on your body;
  • It is recommended to use the sauna no more than 2 times a week;
  • It is recommended to lie on the upper scalp while warming up;
  • When exercising and heating up in the sauna, we lose a lot of fluids in our sweat, so it is important to remember to drink the right amount of water, preferably with minerals;
  • As soon as you enter the sauna, it is advisable not to rush to get on the upper wash as the skin, respiratory and cardiovascular systems do not immediately get used to the high temperature;
  • It is not recommended to exercise after the sauna. The body relaxes and the intense sweating can lead to dehydration, so it is dangerous to exercise after the treatment.

What is not allowed in a sauna?:

  • Possession and/or use of and/or being under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other substances that affect mental and behaviour;
  • Smoking, including the use of unlit tobacco products, smokeless tobacco products and electronic cigarettes;
  • Eating;
  • Littering;
  • Use of vants/adjustment of sauna appliances;
  • Make noise, disturb other customers using the baths;
  • Photographing, filming clients without their consent;
  • Possession of glass, breakable objects;
  • Being naked;
  • Pour water. Violation of the rules may result in a fine.

Sauna facilities are available in the locker rooms of the following Gym+ clubs