Nordic Sauna Club

Relaxation, Community, Wellness.

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What is Nordic Sauna Club?

Nordic Sauna Club is a new members-only sauna club in the heart of Nordhavn, Copenhagen, just 15 meters from the soon-to-come waterline in Kronløbsøen. This tight-knit community, an extension of Nordic Strong, offers a spacious sauna accommodating up to 18 people at a time.

With the option for add on weekly saunagus sessions and included towel service, it's the ideal place for relaxation, camaraderie, and connecting with like-minded individuals. Complete with showers and a bathroom, be sure to sign up and join the waitlist.

BODY MIND

Sauna

Saunas offer a multitude of health benefits that make them a popular choice for relaxation and well-being. Regular sauna use has been linked to improved cardiovascular health, with studies showing a reduced risk of fatal heart problems and increased longevity, particularly when used 2-3 times per week or more frequently.

Saunas can also contribute to stress reduction by lowering cortisol levels in the body, promoting relaxation and mental well-being. Additionally, the heat and steam in saunas may help improve circulation, alleviate muscle tension, and provide relief from various aches and pains.

Beyond the physical benefits, saunas offer a space for introspection and mindfulness, fostering a deeper connection to oneself and facilitating social interaction, making them a holistic and rejuvenating experience for both body and mind.

Cold Water

Immersing oneself in cold water, especially after a session in the sauna, offers numerous health benefits. At the Nordic Sauna Club, the proximity of the sauna to Kronløbsøen's cool waters, situated just 15 meters away, presents a unique opportunity for this invigorating experience.

Coldwater immersion, often referred to as "cold plunging" or "cold therapy," can promote circulation by causing blood vessels to constrict and then dilate rapidly, which may improve cardiovascular health over time. This contrast between the extreme heat of the sauna and the cold water can stimulate the release of endorphins, creating a natural high and reducing stress levels.

Additionally, cold water immersion is known to enhance the immune system, increase metabolic rate, and even soothe sore muscles, making it an excellent complement to the relaxing and detoxifying effects of the sauna.

The availability of a swim zone in Kronløbsøen ensures that guests at the Nordic Sauna Club can enjoy the full spectrum of benefits, both physical and mental, that come from alternating between the heat of the sauna and the revitalizing embrace of cold water.


Membership Fee

The Nordic Sauna Club Membership is subscription-based with a fixed monthly fee, providing you daily access to the Sauna Club's facilities. The monthly fee is 400 DKK. Additionally, there's registration fee of 300 DKK, which is a one-time payment due upon signing up for the waitlist.

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Sauna Rules

Access and Hygiene:

  • The sauna is exclusively for Members, and guests require prior approval.
  • All members must shower before entering the sauna.
  • Members should remove clothing and jewellery, wear swimwear inside, and sit on a towel for comfort and to protect the wooden benches.

Hydration and Footwear:

  • Members should ensure they are adequately hydrated before entering the sauna.
  • No shoes are allowed in the sauna area; please leave them on the designated shoe shelf.

Sauna Use:

  • Do not splash or pour water onto the sauna stove without permission.
  • Oils or fragrances are not allowed without prior consent.
  • Keep conversations quiet and respectful.
  • No physical activities, sports, or inappropriate behaviour.

Sauna Etiquette:

  • Gently close doors and gates to maintain a peaceful atmosphere.
  • Only bring drinking water into the sauna; no alcohol, beer, juice, milk, or food. Only bring it in paper cups. 
  • Children under 18 can enter with prior approval, but those under 15 are not allowed.
  • Adhere to bathing rules set by Copenhagen Municipality and the City and Port, including designated areas, swimwear requirements, and restrictions for children under 18 during winter months.
Sauna Club Rules