Die Sauna: Ein Ort natürlicher Nacktheit

Textilfreie Saunen sind Standard in ganz Österreich, Slowenien, Triest und Friaul. Grundsätzlich in fast allen öffentlichen Saunaanlagen Sauna, Dampfbad und Jacuzzi sowie die umliegenden Räume dürfen nicht mit Badekleidung oder anderen Textilien betreten werden. Besonders für Männer  ist es üblich, dass alle dort splitternackt umherlaufen.

Angetrieben von unterschiedlichen Motiven – Kultur-, Optimierings- oder Entspannungswahn – sind sich plötzlich alle einig darin, dass Kleidung out ist. Alle unterwerfen sich den Regeln der Sauna. Nackt schwitzen ist eben hygienischer. Und voilà. Niemand kann mehr etwas verstecken.

FKK/Co = naked or clothing optional Sauna - Sauna nudista - Nackte Sauna
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AVALON SAUNA
25 €
 SAUNA COMUNALE
15 €


PORTOPICCOLO
34 €
Sauna Acquamarina Trieste

ACQUAMARINA
closed
PISCINA SAN GIOVANNI
8 €
TERME GRADO
13 €
AQUARIUS MAGNANO
24 €
ADRIA ANCARANO
16 €


ATLANTIS
LUBIANA
SAUNA € 30
FKK


HISTRION SAN BERNARDINO
SAUNA € 13
FKK


MIRTA WELLNESS
ISOLA
 SAUNA € 12
FKK


SAUNAPARK PORTOROSE
SAUNA € 24
FKK


PARADISE SAN BERNARDINO
SAUNA € 19
FKK


AQUARELAX 
PORTOROSE
SAUNA € 15
FKK


LAGUNA PALACE
GRADO
SAUNA € 20



MAGMA X MONCORONA SAUNA
 17 €
FKK


TIVOLI LUBIANA
SAUNA+ POOL+FITNESS € 17
FKK


PERLA SPA 
N.GORIZIA
SAUNA+POOL € 20
FKK


AQUAPARK GIUSTERNA
SAUNA € 17
FKK


TERME DI LASKO
SAUNA € 12
FKK


SYRA A STRUGNANO
FKK
€ 16
 
EXENTIA
GRIGNANO
€ 30 



SALIA A STRUGNANO
FKK
€ 18


PESE
SAUNA+POOL € 18 

LUBIANA BITCENTER
€ 12 
FKK


BELVEDERE
ISOLA

€ 15
FKK


CALIFORNIA
MUGGIA

€ 10


BLU MORET
UDINE

€ 21
FKK


Dies heißt dass die Besucher auch außerhalb des Saunaraums völlig nackt umherlaufen und durchgehend nackt bleiben. Darum sollte man immer ein Handtuch unterlegen, wenn man Stühle und  Liegen im Ruheraum oder im Saunagarten nackt nutzt.
Der kollektive Nudismus der Sauna liefert somit die Erdung, die das perfektionsgeflutete, Hype-gesteuerte Digitalhirn nötig hat.
Das beweist auch die Forschung. Psychologe Keon West vom Goldsmiths College der University of London stellte in drei Studien mit knapp tausend Teilnehmer fest: Massenhafte, generelle Nacktheit verbessert die Meinung über den eigenen Körper, die Lebenszufriedenheit und das Selbstwertgefühl.
Befreit vom angesexten, medialen Individualismus und dem seltsamen gesellschaftlichen Konsens darüber entpuppt sich der Mensch überraschenderweise auch nur als ein reichlich animalisches Wesen.


Also macht jetzt alle mal das Internet zu. Schnappt euch ein Buch. Geht in die Sauna.

 

Die Sauna soll ein Ort sein, an dem alle in ihrer Nacktheit gleich sind, so wie im Paradies! Aus diesen Gründen ist es also grundsätzlich untersagt mit Badehose, Badeanzug oder Bikini die Saunaanlage zu betreten, geschweige denn eine Saunakabine. In diesem Fall wird entweder das Personal höflich ermahnen bis zur Aufforderung die Anlage zu verlassen oder die anderen Gäste, die sich dann wegen der mangelnden Rücksichtnahme des bekleideten Gastes beschweren.
Wie in Deutschland, Österreich und in der Schweiz gilt die Sauna auch in Triest, Friaul und Sloweninen als textilfreie Zone. Badebekleidung ist hier nicht gerne gesehen. 
Jetzt mal Schamgefühl zur Seite und her mit den Fakten. Die meisten Wäscheartikel enthalten synthetische Stoffe, die durch die Hitze der Saune ausdünsten und somit die Gesundheit der Mitschwitzenden beeinträchtigen können. Zum anderen sammeln sich durch Sport und Schwitzen Bakterien und Pilze in den Materialien, die beim Duschen nicht vollständig von der Haut entfernt werden und sich durch die Wärme der Sauna vermehren können. Man bietet also allen einen infektiösen Mehrwert zum Saunabesuch und das ist alles andere als Lecker. Ratet mal, weswegen ihr euch ein Handtuch unterlegen sollt?  Besonders die Herren der Schöpfung, die mit der vollgeschwitzten Buxe dann auch gleich ins Tauchbecken oder in den Pool hüpfen möchte man gerne eine Flasche zur Desinfektion mitbringen. Also, runter mit der Hose.
Jetzt mögen sich manche fragen, warum sich denn die Damen in ein Handtuch hüllen? Ja, das machen viele Frauen, aber zum einen sind diese meist aus reiner Baumwolle und bieten wenig Raum für Bakterien. Zum Zweiten haben sie meistens ein zweites Handtuch mit, mit dem sie sich nach dem Duschen abtrocken. 
When we hear the word “sauna” we generally think of those small, wooden rooms attached to the locker room of our local gym, with barely enough space to fit three of your closest friends, and where a swimsuit and a towel are required.
 Saunas we visited in Friuli, Trieste and Slovenia are an entirely different experience.  If you are planning on visiting this region or studying here for an extended period of time, we suggest spending some afternoons at a Sauna.
Most of the complexes in Friuli, Trieste & South Tirol are Fkk. Swim attire is compulsory in the swimming pools but you have to be naked in the saunas, steam rooms and jacuzzis (you should only wear at least a robe or a towel when in the restaurant or bar). The rest of the time you can relax wearing a robe or a towel, or in the nude – as you want.  
Spas include a variety of sauna-related experiences, ranging from rooms upwards of 90 degrees Celsius, where you sit around sweating so much you can barely breathe while a man waves a steaming wet, hot towel at you, to mineral pools where you can relax naked, to rooms that are a comfortable 45 degrees Celsius playing trance music with different lighting themes. Saunas are not difficult to find, and in fact, most major cities have an abundance of them.  If you are ambitious enough to throw your inhibitions to the wind and let loose your inner-German, there are a few things you should know before you go: You will not need any swimsuit but BRING YOUR OWN TOWEL AND ROBE.  Just trust us on this. In fact, maybe bring 2 towels.
If you’re not used to parading around naked, being in a nude sauna is going to be difficult…at first.  You will awkwardly adjust your towel or robe to cover your most intimate parts, and you’ll walk out of the locker room feeling exposed and vulnerable.  And then you’ll look around and notice you are the ONLY person with any clothes on (with the exception of any other tourist that may be visiting the sauna). If the humiliation of being the only one too modest to drop your robe and experience the freedom of being naked is not enough, sitting in one of the sauna rooms creeping upwards of 180 degrees F. will do the trick.  Just try sitting in a robe in one of those rooms; We can personally guarantee it is not possible. But after all, walking out of the Spa, feeling ten years younger with skin soft and smooth like babies, you will promise yourself to come back.
 The sauna feels great after swimming or working out, but also has other health benefits: the heat and perspiration experienced from being in a sauna can help promote cardiovascular health, detoxification, reduce stress hormones, lower blood pressure and even combat mild depression or skin conditions. Naked sauna can be a striking, beautiful way to explore some of our society’s greatest fears and desires: nudity. Although the physiological factors  surely contribute to the sense of wellbeing and heightened sensory  awareness,  nudity definitely makes a contribution to the stress-reducing relaxation of sauna.  Even more certainly it facilitates a kind of social  well-being. 
Saunaaufguss richtig genießen
Saunen und dabei Wasser über die heißen Steine gießen. Der Saunaaufguss ist für passionierte Saunagänger der krönende Abschluss eine Saunagangs. Neben der richtigen Technik ist für diesen Aufguss auch ein guter Saunaduft empfehlenswert. Gute Sauna Duftöle gibt es in vielen verschiedenen Duftrichtungen und meist genügen nur wenige Tropfen pro Aufguss. Erst der Saunaduft macht das Saunieren absolut perfekt. Zu den gängigsten Saunaduftkonzentrationen gehören Fichtennadel, Citrus und Eukalyptus. Viele Düfte haben dabei sogar eine spezielle Wirkung.
Wird beim Saunagang Duftöl zusammen mit dem Aufgusswasser auf die heißen Steine gegossen, können die Sauna Duftöle ihre Aromastoffe entfalten und ein wohlriechender Duft stellt sich ein. Über Nase und Lunge werden diese Substanzen aufgenommen. Allerdings muss darauf geachtet werden, dass nur spezielle Öle verwendet werden. Nicht jedes Duftöl eignet sich für den Aufguss. Saunaduftkonzentrate müssen in der Sauna rückstandsfrei verdunsten. Der Saunagang wird mit dem richtigen „Duftaufguss“ erst perfekt. Je nach Bedarf können die unterschiedlichen Duftrichtungen eingesetzt werden. So hilft etwa Eukalyptus und Fichtennadel bei Erkältungssymptomen, Lavendel entspannt und Citrus belebt. Aber auch ohne „Wirkstoff“ können diese Öle den Saunagang aufwerten. So finden beispielsweise auch Kirsche, Vanille, Apfel oder Kokos ihren Einsatz als Duftöl. Neben den Duftölen, die einfach nur die Sinne verwöhnen, gibt es aber auch Duftrichtungen, die ganz bewusst gegen kleinere Beschwerden eingesetzt werden. Belebend und erfrischend wirkt zum Beispiel eine Kombination aus Fichtennadel und Latschenkiefer. Beruhigend und entspannend hingegen wirken Hopfen, Melisse, Mairose, Jasmin oder Oregano. Wer Sauna Duftöle ganz bewusst auswählt, kann damit nicht nur seiner Gesundheit etwas Positives geben, sondern auch dem Wohlbefinden und der aktuellem Gemütsverfassung. Richtig Saunieren ist also nicht nur schwitzen. Richtig Saunieren verwöhnt Körper, Geist und Seele.
Ätherische Öle sind fast ein Muss für den perfekten Saunagang. Der Handel hält dazu gebrauchsfertige Aufgusskonzentrationen bereit. Jeder Saunabesucher kann dabei „seine“ passende Mischung auswählen. Die Verwendung von echten ätherischen Ölen hat eine wohltuende Wirkung auf den menschlichen Organismus. Allerdings müssen diese Öle auch richtig dosiert werden. Auch natürliche ätherische Duftöle können reizend sein. Empfehlenswert ist deshalb die Verwendung von Saunaölen zusammen mit einem Basisöl. Auf mindestens 10 Milliliter Basisöl kommen dabei 5 bis 10 Tropfen Öl. Basisöle sind beispielsweise Jojobaöl, Avocadöl und Mandelöl. Gute Öle müssen dabei nicht teuer sein. Im Handel gibt es auch günstige Duftöle. Allerdings müssen Saunabesucher immer darauf achten, das es echte ätherische Öle sind und keine künstlichen. Nur diese Öle entfalten ihre gesunde Wirkung.


  Source - http://www.saunatag.com/

The Ultimate Sauna Experience
You can find a mix of spas in Friuli and surroundings. Some are small saunas for the locals and others are huge complexes that can accommodate hundreds of bathers a day. What they all have in common are one or more dry saunas, steam rooms, hot tubs, pools, cold plunges and relaxation areas designed to relax,induce wellness, and if necessary, detox. The friulians think  highly of the health benefits of spas, so admission price to a friulian Spa is generally less than in other countries.
Although there are some common practices, it is important to underlie the fact that above all sauna has to feel good. It is about own senses and about own comfort. Sauna is a perfect place for relaxation and meditation, it is a place where any restrictions or burdens have to be left behind. When we talk about a sauna, we’re not talking exclusively about the hot wooden hut. Over here the word “sauna” is also used for a whole complex of several saunas, swimming pools, whirlpools, turkish baths and so on. Often there’s also a restaurant or bar. This place can also be called a spa, beauty farm, sanitarium or spring resort. The first place you’ll get to is the reception. Most of the time you’ll have to pay for a full day (no matter how long you stay). If you mention that it’s your first time you’re likely to get a tour of the place or at least some explanation about what is where. Maybe you’ll even receive a welcome gift. The receptionist will also give you the key of your locker, which you’ll often also need for your tab at the bar. For your and everyone else’s hygiene we advise you to take a shower before going further. And then it’s up to you. Have a swim in the pool, spend some minutes in the sauna, the steam bath, the turkish bath, the whirlpool or the cold pool. You can take a deck chair and relax reading a book or magazine and when you get hungry or thirsty you can go to the restaurant. In many cases there will also be an outside area, so if weather allows it you could check out the pool, whirlpool or sauna over there. But most important: Relax and let time pass by. Even though most public saunas are clothing prohibited there is no focus on nudism. The most important reasons are hygiene and to keep the place dry (your body will drip for a minute, your swim shorts for half an hour). But due to the fact that you can be naked, the place does attract a lot of nudists. Most saunas are open to everyone, so you’ll see people of all ages and sizes. It’s a common thing to do as a couple but you’ll also see single men or women, families with children or small groups of friends. Some people will come to relax for a couple of hours after work and others will be spending the whole day. Just note that the focus is on rest and relaxation, so it’s not the place to go with a big group of loud friends, for your kid’s birthday party or to get hammered. You’re required to bring a bathrobe, a towel and flip-flops. You also have the option to rent them, but the prices are sometimes ridiculous. A good book or magazine may come in handy. And your most relaxed self.

Ancient Romans had a cult of bathhouse. Greeting each other they said: "How is your sweating?" In the bathhouse they not only washed themselves, but socialized, painted, read poetry, sang, and feasted. Their bathhouses had special rooms for massage, gyms, and libraries. Wealthy citizens went to the bathhouse twice a day. Both private and public baths were distinguished by exceptional luxury – swimming pools were made of precious marble, silver and gold were used to decorate sinks. By the first century BC there were around 150 thermae in Rome. Steam rooms were heated in the same way as Russian Banyas and Finnish Saunas: the oven was placed in the corner, stones were laid on a bronze frame over red-hot charcoal. Rooms with wet and dry steam were also available. Hot air came through a pipe under the floor. The structure of thermae was complex: there were 5 rooms: a room for undressing and resting after bathing, a swimming pool for the first bathing, a room for washing with warm and hot water, and finally a room for dry steam and wet bath.



Many years ago, the Finnish discovered that pouring water over heated rocks in a small enclosed room created a very hot, dry heat – the sauna. Recently however, the Finnish discovered that sitting in these small heated rooms can lead to a healthier heart. Working up a sweat can help your ticker—even if you never move a muscle. Spending time in a sauna can slash your risk of fatal heart events, according to new research from Finland. In the study, men who used a sauna 4 to 7 times per week were 50 percent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease than guys who limited their sauna time to once a week. (Yes, they had to limit themselves to one sauna a week. Remember: They’re Finnish!) The frequent sauna-goers were also 63 percent less likely to experience sudden cardiac death. Plus, men who spent the most time sweating it out experienced an even greater benefit: Those whose sessions spanned more than 19 minutes each were the least likely to die from those deadly heart events during the following 20 years. But when crunching the numbers, the researchers took the participants’ physical fitness and level of activity into account to make sure they weren’t skewing the results. And after adjusting for those factors, the findings still show that saunas may truly be heart-helpful, says study author Jari Laukkanen, M.D., Ph.D. So how is the heat actually protecting our hearts? It’s basically giving our tickers a workout. As your body temp rises, so does your heart rate, says Dr. Laukkanen. In fact, your heart may beat as fast when you’re enjoying a sauna as it does during a moderate intensity workout—typically hitting somewhere between 100 to 150 beats per minute. What’s more, saunas may help improve your endothelial function, which is the ability of specific parts of your heart and blood vessels to widen and constrict. This improves blood flow, potentially leading to fewer harmful heart events. The saunas in the study were hot and dry, with an average temperature reaching 174 degrees Fahrenheit. More research needs to be done on whether putting yourself in other hot places—like steam rooms or hot tubs—will give your body the same boost, says Dr. Laukkanen. While the results from this study are promising, you definitely shouldn’t make a trip to the sauna your only sweat session: It won’t replace an actual exercise program and healthy-eating regimen. Instead, just incorporate some sauna time into your established exercise routine, when possible. And make sure to pound some fluids before and after sweating it out to combat dehydration. During any sauna session, you should drink lots of water, as sweating can often result in a large amount of water loss. Without replacement, this can cause fatigue or disruption of normal heart rhythms. Sessions should be no longer than 15 minutes and no more than three per day. If you’re taking medication, you should consult your doctor first and furthermore, you should never stay inside a sauna if you feel faint or nauseous. If you’ve had a heart attack in the recent past or currently have some kind of illness, you may want to rethink the heat room. Please talk to your doctor first. If spending time in a sauna is something you would like to try, now is the best time to do so! Our current promotion cost’s just $66 for 6 weeks and entitles you to use all the facilities Funlife has to offer. Come in and chat to our friendly staff for more details.

Source: http://www.menshealth.com/

 

In Sudtirolo, in Friuli V.G. ed in parte del Trentino normalmente si accede alle saune nudi e nella maggior parte dei centri è vietato indossare costumi da bagno all'interno della Spa.

 Lo stesso accade in Austria e Germania, nella Svizzera di lingua tedesca, in Slovenia e nell' Istria croata, in Cechia e Slovacchia, Olanda e Belgio fiammingo. Se vi trovate in una di queste regioni dell' Europa centrale, quasi sicuramente allora la sauna sarà nudista. Con l'asciugamano puoi eventualmente coprirti, ma in genere ciò è sconsigliato per non annullare i benefici dei trattamenti.
La sauna finlandese ha origini antichissime ed è frequentata in Scandinavia praticamente da tutti, ma in quei paesi nei centri pubblici la sauna si frequenta ben divisi tra uomini e donne e quando l'ambiente è misto, allora si usa indossare il costume.



La sauna può essere di tue tipi: finlandese con aria secca, o a vapore, anche conosciuta come bagno turco.
 Fare una sauna aiuta a liberarti della ritenzione idrica, migliora la circolazione e ti aiuta a prevenire le vene varicose. Per entrare nel circuito del benessere devi frequentarla almeno una volta a settimana e non ci sono praticamente controindicazioni a meno che tu non soffra di gravi malattie cardiache, tubercolosi o epilessia. Meglio evitarla dopo un pasto abbondante, se c'è un infezione in atto o se hai bevuto qualche bicchierino di troppo (consultati con il tuo medico prima). La sauna va sempre preceduta da un'accurata pulizia personale, per questo, prima di entrare nella sala dovrai fare una doccia anche con sapone asciugandoti poi con cura. Questo asciugamano non potrai usarlo ancora. Infatti l'igiene nella sauna deve essere massima, per questo avrai bisogno di altri due asciugamani: uno per sederti sopra, così da non entrare in contatto diretto con i sedili in legno, e poi un secondo da usare per asciugarti dal sudore. Dopo il trattamento che dura dai 10 ai 15 minuti passi alla doccia fresca per raffreddarti e poi all'integrazione di liquidi con tisane o altre bevande naturali che non sano caffè, tè o alcolici.

In pratica con la sauna finlandese vai a stimolare il sistema di termoregolazione naturale, solitamente messo a riposo a causa dell'uso dell'abbigliamento e grazie a questo sistema caldo/freddo il tuo organismo rinforza il sistema immunitario. Infatti in sauna si suda tantissimo e si possono perdere dai 500 ai 1.000 gr di liquidi per lo più acqua e tossine che rigenerano il tuo organismo. Ma attenzione, non dimagrisci per l'eliminazione del sudore, ma per l'aumento della frequenza cardiaca: potresti consumare fino a 300 calorie. In più avrai anche una pelle stupenda priva di impurità, liscia e luminosa e soprattutto ti sentirai molto più forte. Se scegli il bagno turco preparati per un vero trattamento di bellezza, indicato per la pulizia profonda della pelle di tutto il corpo: potrai usare il guanto di crine o il sale per un leggero peeling della pelle. La seduta dura al massimo 20 minuti e poi passi a rinfrescarti con una doccia e a reintegrare i liquidi persi con succhi di frutta o tisane. Puoi però anche decidere per una seconda seduta, dipende molto da come ti senti e se hai bisogno di rilassarti ancora. Una seduta di sauna dura mediamente un paio d'ore perché tutto il ciclo viene svolto con estrema calma. Nella sauna poi è preferibile non chiacchierare: è importante che tu riesca a dedicarti nel tempo del trattamento alla meditazione e a rilassarti. Infatti i benefici si materializzano a patto che sia eseguita correttamente.

 

 

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> Olimia Orhidelia & Thermalia

A Windisch Landsberg (Podcetrtek) nella Bassa Stiria slovena.
Poco lontano dalla famosa Rogaska Slatina ( Rohitsch in der Steiermark) sgorgano le fonti termali di Olimia. Lo stabilimento Orhidelia offre oltre alle piscine d'acqua termale anche un grandioso reparto Spa (Fkk) con saune e bagni turchi, terrazze e piscine idromassaggio nudiste.  Il venerdì sera il costume da bagno è  vietato anche nella piscina termale. La frequentazione nella zona saune di Orhidelia è giovane, soprattutto coppie, mentre i singoli frequentano più la zona saune del Thermalia. La zona piscine, sia di Orhidelia che del Thermalia è invece il regno delle famiglie e dei bambini.


The centre with pools with more than 2000 m2 water area and a complete world of authentic colourful saunas is topmost attraction of Terme Olimia. Resting places with hanging chairs, whirlpools, waterfalls and baths, red, purple, blue, green and orange sauna with different temperatures, salt sauna, sauna in a log cabin outside, Japanese steam bath, tepidarium, laconium, first oriental hamam in Slovenia, Centre for relaxation, pampering and taking care of your body, fitness, solarium, child's nook, nude beach, restaurant and many other attractive nooks are assurance for unforgettable adventures of relaxation. Friday nudist swimming in the pools.  

Se avete voglia di un impianto in grande stile, dove magari passare un intero pomeriggio, qualche volta dovrete fare qualche chilometro in più ma sarete sicuramente ripagati da una bella giornata in un ambiente salutare e spesso divertente e rilassante, dove magari fare nuove amicizie. Per tante idee su posti e impianti visitate il nostro forum, centinaia di messaggi e commenti dei nostri forumisti con tante informazioni che difficilmente trovate altrove. Se, come succede a molti, imbarazza mostrarsi nudi all'altro sesso... basta scegliere le saune e gli orari solo maschili o che comunque sono pochissimo frequentati da donne come nei giorni infrasettimanali specialmente dopo le ore 18.00

Atlantis Lubiana

 A disposizione 7 saune ( 4 esterne ), 3 saune infrarossi e 4 bagni di vapore, uno dei quali col sale. Piscina interna, piscina esterna con prato prendisole nudista con lettini e ombrelloni, grotta esterna con getti idromassaggio. All'interno varie sale riposo ( una riscaldata dal caminetto) Dal secondo piano si accede ad un'ulteriore terrazza prendisole nudista. Ingresso giornaliero : euro 30,00 che includono oltre al mondo delle saune anche il mondo termale e il mondo della avventure con altre 16 piscine. La frequentazione è in genere piuttosto giovane, con coppie, singoli e gruppi di amici.

The park  has a vast selection of cosy saunas. There are 15 saunas in total, most of which are themed. These include the miner’s sauna, the earth sauna, the eucalyptus sauna, the infrared sauna, the muddy sauna and the alpine sauna.

Spa Belvedere (Isola)
 
Wellness & Spa Belvedere offers hotel guests and others wonderful selection of treatments and services: saunas (turkish, finnish and herbal), small pool, possibility of renting a private/VIP Sauna, massages and many cosmetics treatments. 


Il nuovo Centro Benessere e Centro spa Belvedere che offre agli ospiti dell'albergo e agli ospiti esterni una  varia scelta di servizi: saune (turca, finlandese, sauna alle erbe), una piccola piscina.
lu-ve 15 €  sa-do 19 €      H. 14-22
 


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