WE ARE A MOBILE SAUNA SERVICE ON LOWER VANCOUVER ISLAND.
WE ARE DEDICATED TO PROVIDING A RESPECTFUL ENVIRONMENT FOR SOCIAL + PRIVATE HYDROTHERAPY.
SINCE WE ARE CURRENTLY ON WHEELS & EMBARKING ON A NEW MISSION TO PROVIDE A SEASIDE SAUNA EXPERIENCE WITHOUT A PERMANENT LOCATION, OUR BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
WE WANT TO THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR FLEXIBILITY AND SUPPORT, AND FOR CONTINUING TO SHOW UP AND BUILD THE CULTURE!
CHECK OUT OUR 'SWEAT NOW' PAGE TO BOOK YOUR VISIT.
OUR MISSION IS TO AID IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR CULTURE
It’s our belief that due to Canada's sheer size and youthfulness as a nation, it lacks a unified and defined culture. Our mission is to provide Canada with accessible and affordable sauna locations for people to connect, be healthy & enjoy nature together. Vacation should be a way of life.
Canada is a large, diverse nation with a multitude of cultures and backgrounds. This makes it difficult to create a unified culture or identity. We believe that saunas provide an opportunity for Canadians to connect and foster a sense of community. Saunas not only offer a place of physical and mental relaxation, but also a place to meet new people, share stories, and bond with others.
Countries across planet earth that reach the age of 500 years or more, have pivoted from making bathing an exclusively hygienic activity into one of hydrotherapy. A cultural place to congregate, connect, find peace and heal the body.
Our intention is for Canadians to have a space to connect with themselves and others
WE ARE SURROUNDED BY PEOPLE AND YET WE FEEL ALONE
In some of the worlds most developed countries, depression and suicide rates have reached an all time high.
Poor mental health is a major epidemic and reality for many Canadians, who are feeling a lack luster or general disconnection from life.
Depression impacts more than half of Canadians (56%) many report having felt little interest or pleasure in doing things (59%), while nearly three-quarters felt tired or had little energy (72%).
Due to Canada’s geography ( ie its vast size and small population ) by nature we are distant from each other. This has led to people feeling generally isolated, and now with global changes and the increase in technology as a primary means for connection, the population is spending less time in community and more time behind screens.
Our Climate for more than half the year is cold in Canada, and spending time in nature becomes more challenging, the cold nature keeps people further isolated and indoors.
Options for people to connect generally revolve around loud recreation centres with fluorescent lights reeking of chlorine, expensive and not habitually accessible spas (silent spa's where people can’t socialize), clubs & restaurants, bars (alcohol or food profit focussed).
The problem that continues to lay in the way of how we attempt to socialize and connect with each other is its often in settings of consumption, alcohol and or in sport.
"Wow! What a beautiful offering for these times of high stress and intense world happenings. Such a treat it has been to walk out my front door first thing in the morning, fire up the sauna and have a sweat and a cold dip in our pond before coffee and breakfast." - Andy Smith