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Nordic Sauna
14831 Bessemer St.
Van Nuys, CA 91411
Phone: 1 (818) 787- 4701
Fax: 1 (818) 787- 6470
Toll-Free: 1 (800) 300-7286
CALL US TOLL FREE (800-472-8627) OR (818) 787-4701
Nordic Sauna has been manufacturing sauna baths for over 50 years. We dry and mill our own
lumber here in southern California. This approach ensures that we control the quality of the
product from start to finish.
Our lumber is dried to an amazingly low 10% humidity at our high desert drying facility, this
lumber curing method is more natural and reduces stress, cell colapse and lumber shrinkage.
We also import our sauna heaters factory direct from Finland and Sweden, home of the Original

Our many years of installing saunas allows us to understand your needs when putting
together contractor kits/material packages which include everything you need to build
your own sauna. We also understand the need for easy to assemble prefabricated
saunas which we have been manufacturing since 1963, right here in Southern
Not only have we at Nordic Sauna built sauna baths for over 50 years, we also offer all
the accessories you’ll need. We have everything from sauna controllers and sauna
thermometer styles to sauna clocks and the right sauna heater for your commercial or
home sauna. Our pre-cut sauna kits come in a variety of sizes, from 4 x 3 up to 16 x 16.
Once it’s up, we have the Finnish sauna rocks you’ll need, too. If you prefer infrared
saunas, again we’ve got you covered. We stock everything you need for either type of
sauna, from steam generators and other sauna accessories to sauna bath tubs.
Whether you’re comparing equipment for commercial sauna rooms or you’re shopping
for a quality home sauna, we have the sauna equipment and steam shower equipment
you’ll need for the perfect sauna bath experience. We appreciate your visit today, and
look forward to serving you.

Benefits of using a Sauna
Sauna therapy refers to a confined room of about 160-180 degrees Fahrenheit. Generally the
room is made of dried, wood planks and heated with hot granite rocks. The sauna is a place for
people to sit, relax and sweat for both social and health purposes. With benefits ranging from
alleviating arthritis pain, lowering blood pressure, helping with respiratory disease and clearing
up your complexion, sauna therapy is a relaxing way to ease the body and mind.

The high temperature in a sauna stimulates blood flow and circulation, causing blood vessels in the
skin to expand and become more flexible. This better blood flow helps lower blood pressure.
Sauna therapy also helps with respiratory problems by alleviating chest congestion, which can
relieve complications from bronchitis, laryngitis and other respiratory disease.

The dry heat of sauna therapy helps the body sweat out toxins and flush excess water and waste. The
heat causes the body to react much as it would if you had a fever, activating your immune system, white
blood cells and antibodies. This helps ward off or fight a cold or flu.

Sauna therapy is also used as a weight loss aid; although your body might feel relaxed, your heart
rate is actually increasing due to the dry heat. A 20-minute session at approximately 165 to 175
degrees F) will burn over 500 calories. In fact, the body’s metabolism speeds up similarly to the
way it would from physical exercise.

Sauna therapy is an excellent complement to physical therapy. The dry heat of the sauna enhances
the oxygen and nutrient supply to muscles and deep tissue, relieving tired, achy muscles. It is often
used to treat the pain and stiffness of arthritis but is beneficial for everyone to revive stiff, pulled
or achy muscles.

The steam and heat help muscles relax, soothe the mind and rejuvenate the body. Increased
blood flow and an enhanced oxygen supply relaxes your body and your mental state. Use the
sauna as a place to unwind and find relief from stress.

Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and one of its jobs is to flush toxins via
perspiration. The heat of sauna therapy increases sweating to release impurities and body
wastes through the skin. You are not only cleaning your pores but increasing circulation.,
leaving you with with a soft, glowing complexion.

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