Russian bath on firewood

Russian bath with pool

Price per hour: 400 UAH / hour (up to 8 people);
Surcharge for each subsequent person: 40 UAH / hour;
Swimming pool with sea salt, without chlorine;
Min. order: 2 hours;
Procedures: Warming up with a towel, sheets, scrubs, cryomassage, various peels (honey, salt, beer, herbal), wraps (salt, herbal), etc .;
Massage;
The cost of the bath includes: slippers, towels, hats, hair dryer;
The lounge has a plasma TV and water cooler.

Russian bath on firewood in Zaporizhia

Inner sanctum is a steam room and a restroom, which are entirely made of wooden decks and bars. Having warmed up, the bath will saturate the warm air with the delicate aroma of wood and grasses. The traditional stone oven on environmentally friendly wood, makes it possible to give a heat at will, splashed water on the hot fireplace.

After a broom and various bath procedures, you can easily plunge into a cool pool with backflow, waterfall and hydromassage, or pour cold water from a wooden barrel.

Between the bathing procedures, you can relax in the restroom, drink aroma and fragrant tea with honey from mountain, forest and meadow herbs. During the tea ceremony, you can enjoy the interior, made in the Russian style.

In the Russian bath, unlike the hammam, the air is filled with saturated steam, the temperature rises to 60-90 degrees. The steam room is equipped with shelves at different heights from the floor. The temperature at each height is different, it is the highest near the ceiling. Humidity in the Russian bath is 50-60%.

The Russian bath is mentioned in the records of 10th-12th centuries. It was called “movnya”, “mivnya” or simply “banya”. The structure of the Russian bath is significantly different from the Roman «term», and the Turkish «hammam» – the Russian bath was always built of wood and was devoid of all luxury. The bathhouse had only two rooms – a waiting room, where it was possible to change clothes and rest between entering the steam room, and the steam room. The furnace was heated with firewood, on which stones were laid, for which it received its name – “Kamenka” (Stone in Russian: «Kamen»).

For a long time, it was believed that you should not go to the bath immediately after a meal, you should wait 3-4 hours. While relaxing in the bath you can eat vegetables or fruits. For a long time, bath drinks include kvass, mors, natural juice and herbal tea. You cannot drink alcohol in the bath.

Russian bath does not like strong activity, with bath procedures you need to be very careful, because it drains strength. After the bath, long rest is mandatory.

Unique complex procedures using only natural ingredients, in combination with professional work of herbalists and extensive experience of bath attendants.

Each set of procedures is selected individually, according to the ancient canons of bath traditions.

Complexes of procedures

Different types of heating, various brooms (classic heating, doublet, with ice, etc.) Large selection of peels with natural ingredients (honey, honey and salt, honey and coffee, salt and beer, honey and herbal, etc.). We invite the true connoisseurs of the ancient Russian bath.

A full list of Russian bath procedures can be found here.