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Heat helps the body relax and loosen. Hot water, air and steam open up pores on the skin, sweating takes place and toxins are thrown out of the body. Shock therapy with water is often applied to accelerate blood circulation in the body.

TRADITIONAL TURKISH BATH

Mighty Roman baths had a strong influence on the bathing culture of numerous Islamic civilizations including the Ottomans. 

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MODERN TURKISH BATH

Modern Turkish baths have all features of the traditional Turkish baths but differ in terms of design. .

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FINNISH SAUNA

Sauna is a Finnish-based bath based on the principle of high temperature and low humidity. Temperature inside the cabin is 80-95 ° C and humidity is 10-15%.

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BIO SAUNA

Bio sauna is a type of sauna which provides a soft sauna atmosphere, in which cabin temperature is 50-60 ° C and the humidity is 60%, which offers the options of aromatherapy and chromotherapy.

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RUSSIAN SAUNA

Russian sauna is a type of sauna designed and built with wood and stone , having approximately 25 % humidity and a more intense cabin temperature of 100-120°C. There is often a dim light inside and silence is valued.

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INFRARED SAUNA

They are saunas that modern infrared technology is used as the source of heat and offer the closest heat quality to 

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STEAM ROOM

Steam rooms are bathroom types based on the principle of 100% high humidity and 45-55 ° C low temperature.

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CALDARIUM

The hottest area in ancient Roman baths is called Caldarium. It is a bath type with a temperature of about 40-50 ° C and a humidity of 15-20%.

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LACONIUM

Laconium, a dry sweat room in ancient Roman baths, is a sweating bath where temperature is about 55-65 °C, humidity is low and the temperature is high like in a sauna.

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TEPIDARIUM

Tepidarium is the relaxation section between the hot and cold baths in the sauna. It is known as the “warm” area inside the Turkish bath mainly used as a transition zone between the hot and cold sections with a temperature of 30 ° C.

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RASUL

Rasul is an alternative bath option created through the addition of the relaxing effect of steam and healing property of mud to the standard bathing experience. 

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