Russian Dry Cedar Sauna
Russian Dry Cedar Sauna is a traditional type of bathing in the Eastern Europe. Russian villagers built 'banias' near their houses. First and foremost banyas were used as bathrooms. But even after usual bathrooms appeared and spread throughout the whole Russia people still were using banyas constantly.
The process is simple: the water is poured on rocks in order to receive the high temperature dry steam to get a good purifying sweat. You can include broom bathing into your sauna process, which is also a traditional way of bathing. It has several very positive effects on the human body improving the blood circulation also softening and moisturizing the skin due to high temperatures and humidity in the steam room.