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A New Definition of Cleanliness

For the most parts, Americans are a hygienic bunch of people. With easy access to indoor plumbing and clean water, most of us probably take a shower each day, apply deodorant every morning, brush our teeth twice daily, and wash our hands before each meal and prior to exiting the restroom. (And if we don’t, we won’t admit it.)

But we’d like to postulate a new definition of cleanliness. What if cleanliness doesn’t depend on how spotless you are after a daily cleansing routine but rather on how dirty you were to begin with?

Think about it: In your memory, when is the most luxuriously clean you’ve ever felt?

Was it after stepping out of the shower following a night tucked between clean sheets in a tidy room?

Or was it after emerging from a clear mountain lake that you spent two hours of hiking to reach on a hot day?

The Land of Many Lakes.
Photo courtesy of Rick Mouw.

It seems to us that those who can most appreciate true cleanliness are those who dared to get down and dirty in the first place. And that’s exactly the kind of person who might love the sauna. The sauna is the retreat of the outdoorsman – the individual who recognizes the purity of sweat.

Whether you’re the kind of person who pounds the pavement in a raging metropolis or the kind who covers miles of remote forest trails, we have an Almost Heaven Sauna for you. Take a moment to survey our selection of indoor saunas and outdoor saunas and you’ll find something to help you either take time off or go off grid. And if you have any questions, give us a call at 888.355.3050.

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April 3, 2017 •