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Guidelines for a safe Haar Sauna experience

Updated: Oct 15, 2023

We are excited to welcome you to Haar Sauna for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.

Three friends enjoying Haar Sauna after reading the Guidelines for a safe, Haar Sauna experience.
The Haar Sauna experience, Scotland's first mobile sauna.

To ensure that everyone enjoys their time at our facility, we kindly ask you to familiarise yourself with the following guidelines for a safe Haar Sauna experience:

Safety First

Haar Sauna strongly advises against entering the sea. All individuals who choose to do so assume full responsibility for their own safety and risk.

Please be aware of potential hazards, including hot equipment, slippery surfaces, high temperatures, and airborne contaminants. Engaging with these elements is at your own risk.

All personal property is left at your own risk.

We recommend arriving having recently showered, as only watering cans available for rinsing. Kindly refrain from using your own products or lotions inside the saunas to avoid any potential harm or slipperiness.

Entry Policy

We reserve the right to refuse entry to individuals who appear to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Furthermore, we kindly request that no alcohol, tobacco, or vaping devices be used on our premises.

Medical Safety

If any of the following apply to you, we strongly recommend seeking medical advice before your visit:

Regular use of prescriptions or over-the-counter drugs.

Pregnancy or suspicion of pregnancy (particularly within the first trimester).

Cardiovascular conditions or the use of blood pressure medications.

The presence of a pacemaker or defibrillator.

Recent history of a heart attack (within the last 6 months).

Recent joint injury or chronic joint swelling.

Presence of metal pins, rods, artificial joints, or surgical implants.

Any chronic underlying medical condition.

Please note that Haar Sauna cannot accept responsibility for customers with the above conditions or in the above situations.

Water, 2 towels, Hat
What do bring to Haar Sauna

Sauna Etiquette

We kindly ask that you:

Please wash all sand off your body and legs before entering the sauna.

Please sit on a clean towel at all times in the saunas.

Please bring your own drinking water.

Please bring your own hat to regulate your body temperature.

Please be very careful opening and closing our glass door.

Please treat fellow sauna customers with respect and adhere to the rules and regulations of Haar Sauna.

Additional Considerations:

Haar Sauna strongly advises against entering the sea.

Alcohol, smoking, and vaping are strictly prohibited onsite.

Nudity is not allowed within the sauna area.

Usage of personal products is prohibited unless demonstrated to and approved by our team due to potential harm or danger in the sauna.

Under 18’s Policy:

For health and safety reasons, we regret to inform you that individuals under the age of 18 are not permitted in the saunas.

We sincerely appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines, which are designed to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all our guests. If you have any questions or require further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact us.

St Ninians Beach, Shetland, Scotland, United Kingdom on St Ninians Beach, Shetland

Embrace the wild outdoor Scottish sauna with open arms and immerse yourself in the rugged beauty of Scotland, and create guaranteed memories that will last a lifetime.

Come join us and let Haar Sauna etch its wild sauna magic into your soul!


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