Thalasso Day Spa is open every day between 13pm and 10pm.
Thalasso Day SPA 3 hour visit costs:
Mon. – Thu. 10,50 € per person
Fri.-Sun. 15 € per person
National holidays 15 € per person
All children under 2 years visit the centre for free. All children under 14 years can visit the centre under the supervision of an adult.
The visit of Thalasso Day Spa can be booked by phone: (+372) 472 4612 or (+372) 472 4600 or by e-mail email@example.com
Without earlier reservation we can not guarantee You places in the centre.
For your convenience, we recommend taking bath towel and rubber shoes with you.
High-temperature FINNISH SAUNA (max. temp. 110°C)
The Finnish sauna is primarily designed to make your body sweat. Hot steam makes the time you spend in the sauna more enjoyable and relaxing. Afterwards you can cool your body down under our cold water cascade (in the room directly in front of the sauna).
Low-temperature FINNISH SAUNA (max. temp. 70°C)
This sauna is designed for clients who are not good with high temperatures, such as children, women and the elderly. The sauna has a pleasant smell of juniper and is reminiscent of a wood-fired sauna.
STEAM SAUNA (max. temp. 60°C)
Steam cleanses the skin – the largest organ in the human body. As heat speeds up the chemical processes of the body, a steam sauna is the easiest and most convenient way of removing its excess toxins. The pores of your skin open up in steam and the millions of sweat glands exude metabolic and other waste matter, resulting in better skin texture, tone and elasticity. Improved blood supply and an increased metabolic rate also produce better skin complexion, while at the same time burning more calories and strengthening the cardiovascular system.
SALT SAUNA (max. temp. 60°C)
In the salt sauna your entire body is rubbed down with sea salt. As you relax on a warm stone seat you soon begin to sweat; the pores of your skin open up and your blood vessels expand. Rubbing your skin with salt cleans it and removes dead skin cells. At the same time, the salt works to improve blood supply to your skin, reduces any swelling and leaves you feeling generally refreshed. It is recommended that you keep the salt on your skin for between 5 and 15 minutes, after which you can wash it off under a shower. After salt sauna it is a good idea to visit a Finnish or steam sauna and have a relaxing time in a Jacuzzi.
SANARIUM (max. temp. 60°C)
The advantage of the sanarium is its lower temperature, which allows you to lie in the sauna for up to 20 minutes. It is considered to be very suitable for both children and the elderly and for anyone less inclined towards higher temperatures. The aroma stimulates subcutaneous blood circulation, while the colourful play of light ensnares your senses, helping you to relax your body and tense muscles.
INFRARED SAUNA (40°C-60°C)
An infrared sauna is milder on your health, as the temperature only rises up to 40-60 degrees. However, one perspires much more than in a regular sauna. This sauna enables infrared rays to penetrate deep into the human body and warm all organs from the inside.
The heat rays have a beneficial effect, since they are lacking radioactive radiation. Warmth penetrates the tissues to a depth of approximately 4 cm. Together with perspiration residual substances and poisons, heavy metal salts, fatty acids and cholesterol residues are separated from the system and a total cleansing of the system takes place.
Recommended stay in infrared sauna is 20 – 30 min. Before and during the sauna, one should drink plenty of water. Do not immerse yourself in cold water after the sauna, because the muscles are warm and deeply warmed!
The sauna relieves chronic fatigue, muscle aches, improves the nervous system and potency, increases the level of growth hormones, perks one up, reduces stress, cleanses the skin and improves its appearance, and there is no age limit on use of the sauna. The infrared sauna is an effective cellulite destroyer. In one 30-minute sauna session, will burn over 600 calories.
Infrared saunas are not recommended for those who have heart or skin problems, just like regular saunas.
SEA WATER POOL
Our sea water pool is maintained at a constant temperature of between 29 and 31 degrees and features a range of massage jets and cascades. Sea water procedures help in the prevention of osteoporosis and diseases of the joints as well as in restoring balance in the body and reducing discomfort caused by stress. They also improve the metabolism and the work of the kidneys and circulation, because heating sea water to an optimum temperature increases and speeds up the absorption into the body of substances found in the water. The pool is fitted with jets and cascades which you can use to massage the soles of your feet, your thighs and your buttocks.
Our spacious Jacuzzi (31°C-34°C) is fitted with massage jets and is designed to reduce stress. Sitting comfortably in a pleasantly warm Jacuzzi is simply a wonderful way of passing the time. It is the perfect place to relax, just sit back and let the cascading water massage you.
From a Thalasso therapy point of view, sunlight is a true therapeutic tool. For your body to stay healthy, it must get the amount of light that it needs. Heliotherapy or sunlight therapy is recommended for those suffering from emotional disturbances or nerve illnesses and is also useful when recovering from serious illness or disease. Very good results have also been achieved in the treatment of psoriasis (in combination with sea water baths and mud therapy). Sunlight promotes the production of serotonin, a hormone that is vital to the body. The heliotherapy room has 10 heated stone benches that are designed for high-comfort relaxation and to warm you through after long periods in the water.
In the same room as our sea water pool there is a cold and warm water walking track. Walking barefoot on sand is like a person giving themselves a localised massage, which is an excellent form of therapy. It reduces stress and pain, activates the metabolic process and increases the flow of blood and nutrients into cells and organs. In Estonia this is a treat you can unfortunately only afford yourself in summer. For the rest of the year, however, the perfect replacement is the Kneipp walking track, where you walk through alternate flows of cool and warm water in a pool whose base is covered with natural sea stones of different shapes, sizes and textures.
The water temperature in our outdoor pool is 27°C. A swim in this pool is a bracing experience which leaves you bursting with unexpected power, as it combines being in the cold of the outdoors, enjoying the crisp sea air, with the warmth of the water. It is not to be missed, especially after a time in the hot Finnish sauna. You can access the outdoor pool through the connection with the pool room. The pool is surrounded by a deck which has reclining lounge chairs – the perfect place for a spot of sunbathing in summer.