Blue wave saunas have been around since the 1980s, but now they’re coming to the UK, and they’re being used in more places than ever before.
The saunis are also getting a lot of attention as they are an essential part of the health and wellbeing of the people who live and work in and around the UK.
In a recent video from the Blue Wave sauna, we visit the UK’s first-ever Blue Wave Spa, in Bury St Edmunds, where you can take in the view of the sea and walk around the saun.
The Blue Wave was started in 1992 by the UK government, with the aim of providing a safe and comfortable alternative to swimming pools.
It was founded in the UK and is now run by a team of volunteers, who work from home.
In this BBC2 documentary, we look at what Blue Wave is, what the sautas are, how they work, and the health benefits of using them.
We also visit Blue Wave’s website, where we can learn more about the health risks associated with the use of the saunnas, and how to avoid them.
Blue Wave saunes were introduced to the British people in 1994, when the Blue House, the Government’s central planning body, decided to invest in a sauna.
The Blue House has since been renamed the Blue Waves.
The idea for the Blue wave was inspired by a series of incidents in which people in London experienced health problems and were put on anti-anxiety drugs after going to the saunias.
The first Blue Wave spa opened in 1992 in Blyth, Worcestershire, and was a success.
It quickly became a sensation, with thousands of people visiting each month, with a number of saunias opening around the country.
The current Blue Wave in Broughton, Oxfordshire, opened in 2015 and has a capacity of around 200 people.
The number of Blue Wave locations has increased from about 20 to around 200 since then, with Blue Wave becoming increasingly popular.
At the Bluewave sauna in Birstall, Oxford, the BlueWave team are making the most of the new opportunities for health and wellness.
The staff have a range of products to offer, including a saunatas hot bath and an ice cream machine.
Blue Waves are also being used as part of a campaign to get the UK to sign up to the World Health Organisation’s Blue Light Protection Directive.
In September, Blue Waves will be available in London, Manchester, Leeds and Brighton, and will also be available across England from January.
In addition, Blue Wave has opened a sauniatas in London’s Southbank, which will provide a free sauna for visitors.
We spoke to some of the volunteers and sauna owners, who all spoke about the benefits of the Blue Watersports.
“There are so many people that use Blue Wave, and for us it’s all about making it safer for people and the environment,” said Chris Gough, who runs the Blue Water Sports Centre.
“Blue Wave is a wonderful way to spend your time.
The sauna is really important.
It helps to recharge you and make you feel good about yourself and your body, it’s a wonderful time to do that.”‘
Blue Wave has saved my life’Another volunteer, Michelle Smith, told us: “When I first heard about the Blue waves, I didn’t know what to expect.
But it’s definitely a place where I could relax and feel the blue waves come in.”
I’m so grateful to Blue Wave for taking a risk and giving people the experience of something that they could do anywhere.
“For many people, the benefits can be felt immediately.
In the UK the Blue Storm sauna at the Blyh sauna was a sensation for some, with hundreds of people stopping in each day to use the sauntas.”
It’s very therapeutic for people,” said Ashley, who used the sauner in her early 20s.”
For me it’s been a life-changing experience.
I feel a lot more relaxed and relaxed and I feel very peaceful.
“The sauna has become so popular in the past year that Blue Wave says it is planning to open a second one in 2020.
The blue waves at Blue Wave have been a success, with over 5,000 people visiting every month.