A warm foot bath is best done at the beginning of the sauna cycle or in between as a rest. The warm water stimulates the reflex zones in the sole of the foot. Due to the heat the capillaries dilate, causing the body temperature to rise. The heat rises from the feet upwards and creates a relaxed relaxation feeling. A warm foot bath before going into the sauna stimulates sweating.
Decent cooling is a must - always take an air bath first.
The cold plunge bath is mainly aimed to cool down after a sauna ritual and is indispensable to bring the oxygen-rich blood to the brain.
At the hot plunge pool you first take a shower before you get in the plunge pool goes. In the hot dip pool you can promote your mobility of the muscles - do this several times in a row to promote your blood circulation.