Sauna culture is spreading, especially in the Twin Cities. It’s part of the Nordic trend that’s been sweeping the nation for years, and it’s a great way to beat the cold. Here are a few of our favorite places to warm up and get your blood flowing.
Stokeyard Outfitters Sauna Village:
John Pederson is one of the leading figures in popularizing the benefits of a sauna in the Twin Cities and around the nation. Now, he’s adding one more exciting venture to his campaign. His new Stokeyard Outfitters Sauna Village has been compared to a food truck court because of the variety of tempting options. In addition to wood-fired mobile saunas, it’s also a spa experience and event venue for the sauna movement. Stay tuned as they expand their services, programs, and locations in the upcoming months. (Minneapolis)
Awaken For Wellness:
The infrared saunas are one of the main attractions at this holistic healing center with two locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Their philosophy is to make wellness simple and offer services to the public that have substantial scientific evidence behind them. After you’ve experienced the healing wavelengths of the sauna at Awaken for Wellness, you can also try the float tanks or book a professional massage and bodywork. (St. Paul)
The Little Box Sauna:
Would you prefer your sauna on the go? This mobile sauna travels to cultural organizations and events throughout the Twin Cities. Its distinct shape and dark wood exterior were designed by two architects, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, IKEA, and other funders. It can also be rented privately for events or by the week or month. King of the Hill fans may also be excited to learn that The Little Box Sauna runs on propane, a safe and sustainable source of energy. (Various sites in the Twin Cities)Trust your home appliances to our factory-trained, in-home service professionals. Contact us at Twin Cities Appliance Service for 24/7 online scheduling and superior service.