What is Sauna?
The sauna is usually a place to relax. The built-in heater heats the sauna room and provides a cosy warmth. At temperatures of 70-100°C, the body is heated up properly, then cooled down with a cold shower to take a cosy break in the separate relaxation room afterwards.
For us, taking a sauna is also a social event. Not only does it ensure physical well-being, it is also a gathering place to meet other residents and exchange ideas. Taking a sauna has a certain tradition here at KaWo, as it does in the rest of Germany.
Public Sauna Hours
Every Sunday between 20:00 and 22:00 the sauna is open, free of charge, for all residents (nude).
Open, free of charge meetings with swimwear will be announced separately.
There is also an occasional women’s sauna.
What do I need to join?
For the sauna you need:
- 1 large towel for in the sauna
- 1 small towel for showering
- a water bottle with water
- shampoo/shower gel/soap
- swimming trunks/bikini if with clothing
Taking Care of the Sauna
From now on, the sauna will be cleaned regularly 2 times a semester:
Normally, one cleaning session lasts 2-3 hours, and those helping will be provided with snacks and drinks afterwards.
Within a year, every sauna visitor who wants to reserve private appointments must clean the Sauna once a year, otherwise the sauna will be closed for that visitor. This procedure has the advantage for the Sauna Association that not too few and not too many people maintain the sauna and especially not always the same ones. In addition, the sauna stays cleaner this way.
The sauna team (Sauna-AG) of KawoEins e.V. takes care of the maintenance and repair of the sauna in KaWo1.
We are also your contact if you want to rent the sauna privately.
If you want to contact the Sauna-AG, please select Sauna in the contact form.