Frequently Asked Questions

What is this ‘sauna’ you keep talking about?
A sauna is basically just a pretty hot (typically between 70 °C and 100 °C) and humid room or house. To spend time in the sauna is meant to be a relaxing and social experience.
If you haven't tried it before, you definitely should come to Ruby Sauna. Finns love their saunas so much they construct their homes around them.
Do I need to bring my own towel?
Yes, please! The venue does not provide towels unfortunately.
Is this a mixed sauna event?
No. It’s custom in Finland for women and men to visit the sauna separately. (Whichever group is smaller gets to go first.)
If you don’t associate yourself with either gender please get in touch with us prior to the event.
Is nudity compulsory in the sauna?
No, but it’s very uncommon in Finland to wear clothes in the sauna and we don’t recommend it.
Do you have a ‘Code of Conduct’ published somewhere?
Indeed we have and we’d really appreciate if you could take a minute to read it through.

Sign–up to our newsletter and we’ll keep you up–to–date on future events and other relevant topics!