Jacuzzi, Steam & Sauna
(Separated Areas for Ladies & Gentlemen)

Spending time in either room you will sweat a lot and you will increase your heart rate as your body tries to regulate your temperature.
First and foremost this is beneficial for your skin as it will mean that your pores open up and you get rid of toxins and dirt that could otherwise clog your pores and lead to black heads and spots. At the same time the increased heat is also very good for your circulation and this can help to bring your blood closer to the surface of your skin thereby improving your overall skin tone and avoiding a 'blotchy' look that some people suffer with.
Finally there are other therapeutic benefits of going in the sauna or steam room. For one it is brilliant for relaxing and the warmth can practically send you to sleep. At the same time it's also great for combating congestion and clearing your nasal cavities, and furthermore it's good for your heart health.
Saunas are normally 160-200 degrees Fahrenheit, no moisture at a low 5-30%, it is advised to drink a lot of water before going into the sauna and afterwards to replenish to reduce risk of dehydration.
Steam rooms tend to stay around the 110-114 degrees level, moisture 100%. Pair of flip flops is important, steam rooms provide the ideal conditions for bacteria to thrive.
Jacuzzi has a number of benefits, both physical and mental. As it can be used to help people with osteoporosis, as the buoyancy obtained in a Jacuzzi, along with light exercise.
Jacuzzi bubbling is particularly soothing and will help reducing stress through relax not only mentally but also physically.
You can use your time in a Jacuzzi to get a reflexology massage by placing your feet directly in front of the water jets. Your feet contain thousands of nerve endings, and their stimulation can improve your overall well-being and mood.
Ease Muscle Pain, Treats sore muscles and joints. The water jets inside the tub allow for a high-pressure hydro massage that you direct to specific parts of your body simply by moving around and adjusting your body to receive the full force of the water. When running at full intensity, the jets can provide something akin to a deep-tissue massage, soothing aches and pains. Sitting in a Jacuzzi can help heal sports injuries, as the heat can soothe muscle spasms and speed up recovery time.
Improve Circulation, The hot water and bubbling of a Jacuzzi will cause body temperature to rise, which in turn will dilate blood vessels. This improves circulation, especially to the extremities, and can help people with arthritis have better movement and less pain in their joints. A soak in a Jacuzzi can leave you feeling invigorated and improve the health of your lungs and heart.