Sauna Currumbin Waters
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9 phone bookable Sauna venues in Currumbin Waters

Elysium Massage - Remedial Massage & Holistic Facial

Elysium Massage - Remedial Massage & Holistic Facial

2/22 Traders Way, Currumbin Waters 4223
Body Scrub, Cellulite Treatment, Float Therapy, Foot Spa, Sauna
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Darryl Calbert Remedial massage & Dry Needling

Darryl Calbert Remedial massage & Dry Needling

9 Calver Ct, Currumbin Waters 4223
Oxygen Therapy, Sauna
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Sheralee Total Wellness - BODYWORK | ENERGY HEALING

Sheralee Total Wellness - BODYWORK | ENERGY HEALING

unit 2/15 Janal Pl, Currumbin Waters 4223
Body Scrub, Sauna, Spa
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Hype Heath Club Currumbin

Hype Heath Club Currumbin

109 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Waters 4223
Sauna
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Petrie's Cottage of Natural Therapies

Petrie's Cottage of Natural Therapies

12 Jutland Pl, Currumbin Waters 4223
Body Contouring, Body Scrub, Body Wrap, Cellulite Treatment, Float Therapy
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East of Eden Spa

East of Eden Spa

1/104 Duringan St, Currumbin 4223
Body Scrub, Body Wrap, Foot Spa, Sauna, Spa
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Ripple Burleigh Heads Massage Day Spa And Beauty

Ripple Burleigh Heads Massage Day Spa And Beauty

Pacific Parade, Currumbin 4223
Body Scrub, Foot Spa, Mud Bath, Sauna, Spa
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KaHuna Massage

KaHuna Massage

6 Mumdjin Court, Currumbin Valley 4223
Body Contouring, Float Therapy, Foot Spa, Infrared Sauna, Sauna
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The Wellness Club

The Wellness Club

3 Coolamon View, Currumbin Valley 4223
Sauna
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Questions & Answers

What should I do after a sauna?

A shower to get yourself feeling fresh again, lots of fluids to replenish any water lost through the sweat session and rest.

How much does a sauna session cost?

Sauna treatments cost $155 on average.

How much does cryotherapy cost?

Cryotherapy costs $155 on average.

How long does a cryotherapy treatment take?

Cryotherapy takes 75 minutes on average.

Why should I use a sauna?

A sauna is a great way to release endorphins, who knew getting hot could make us so happy? They are also great with helping the body recover from any pains or niggles, and it increases blood flow, making it great for the circulation of the body.

How often should I use a sauna?

If we're being totally honest, as often as possible. A sauna is a great treatment for any time of the day and can be beneficial even if it's a quick session. Just make sure you keep your fluids up, and if you're feeling unwell best to sit a session out.