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Sauna area
& Sports Hall

Sauna area and gym

Covid-19 Info

To allow free access to the gym to be maintained, we ask you to respect the following recommendations:

- be alone or only with people traveling with you,

- clean with the disinfectant wipes that we put at your disposal the objects and surfaces that you have touched,

- always cover the installations / machines with your towel

We remind you that the use of the gym is under your sole responsibility.

The sauna being an infrared sauna, the temperature (between 40 and 60 ° C only) does not allow the virus to be deactivated. The use of virucide on heated wood not being recommended, it is not possible for us at the moment to make it work.

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If you feel like lifting a cast iron, doing a little cardio (bike, rowing machine or elliptical), doing your gym exercises or your yoga, or sweating without moving, do not hesitate to ask Isabelle to show you the sauna area and the gym which are open for self-service from 8:30 am to 8 pm.

As the sauna takes approximately 15 minutes to heat up, let us know at least ¼ hour before the time you want to use it so that we can turn it on.

You will find detailed instructions for use at the entrance to these 2 areas.

If you're interested in a bit of reading on the benefits of infrared sauna, it's here!

Infrared rays penetrate deep into the dermal layer (up to 4 cm), in doing so, they stimulate the warming of tissues, muscles, organs, joints, thus causing strong sweating associated with an acceleration of blood circulation and metabolism . This is supposed to strengthen the body's immune defenses, improve muscle nutrition, enrich tissues with oxygen and ensure the elimination of heavy metals.

There are however some contraindications, take a moment to verify that you are not concerned:

  • If you experience any discomfort, be very careful and see a doctor.
  • If you are using medication, check with your doctor or pharmacist for possible interactions with infrared.
  • Take into account that the increase in body temperature during the session can have a negative effect in the event of metabolic disorders, multiple sclerosis and certain skin diseases.
  • If you have a recent joint injury, it should not be exposed to heat for the first 48 hours or until symptoms of heating and swelling subside. Joints that are periodically warm and swollen may react badly to high heat. Too much heat is strictly contraindicated in cases of infections whether dental, in the joints or in any other tissue.
  • In the event of pregnancy or suspected pregnancy, discontinuation of sauna use is recommended.
  • Metal pins, prostheses, or other surgical implants generally reflect infrared rays and are not affected by infrared heat. Nevertheless, ask your doctor or surgeon before using the sauna.
  • Heat in a woman's lower back area during periods of menstruation can temporarily increase the flow of menstruation.
  • Hemophiliacs or anyone prone to bleeding should avoid the use of infrared or any heat source that can cause vasodilation.
  • It is obvious to stop using the infrared sauna in case of worsening of any ailment.

For safety reasons, access to the sauna is prohibited for children under 16, even accompanied. The attendance of the sports hall by minors is not advised and is done under the supervision and the full responsibility of the parents.

Under no circumstances can the owners of L'Autre Rives be held liable in the event of an accident.

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