This Liability waiver is in effect by ‘THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA’. All parties participating/trading and availing of the services offered by ‘THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA ’ acknowledges and agrees to the terms below:


  1. You (The Party) willingly volunteers to join and participate in all the ‘THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA’ sauna activities at Inchydoney.
  2. The Party is aware and acknowledges that the Company will not be held responsible for the risk and hazard that may arise during this activity.
  3. The Company will not provide any compensation to the Party should a risk or hazard arise.
  4. The Party expects no compensation, bonus and or reward for joining the aforementioned activity, even in the unlikely event of negligence on the company’s behalf.
  5. There is no solicitation that the company requires for the said activity. Therefore, the Party is responsible for their own budget and expenses during the activity at Inchydoney.
  6. The party certifies that he or she is physically able to take part in THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA session. 
  7. The party confirms that he or she has not been advised to not participate by a qualified medical professional and hereby confirms that there are no health-related reasons or problems which preclude the party’s participation in this activity at Inchydoney.
  8. The party assumes all of the risks of participating in any/all activities associated with THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA, including by way of example and not limitation, any risks that may arise from negligence or carelessness on the part of THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA, from dangerous or defective equipment or property owned, maintained, or controlled by THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA.
  9. The party acknowledges that this public liability Waiver Form will be used by THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA in the unlikely event of an accident or claim being brought against THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA.
  10. The party acknowledge that this activity may involve a test of a person’s physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for risk , injury and physical health issues. The risks include, but are not limited to, raised blood pressure, dehydration, nausea, dizziness, fainting and in the extremely unlikely event, death. The risks also include, but are not limited to, those caused by terrain, facilities, temperature, weather and actions of other people including, but not limited to, participants, volunteers, monitors, and/or producers of the activity. 
  11. The party hereby consents to receive medical treatment which may be deemed advisable in the event of injury, accident, and/or illness during THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA activity.
  12. The party confirms that he or she has read THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA common risks section associated with sauna and also the rules and safety tips for sauna section, and fully understands and acknowledges these sections without doubt. 

The party agrees that by ticking the TERMS AND CONDITIONS box at the time of booking that the Party fully acknowledges and agrees to the terms above.

The party agrees that by ticking the TERMS AND CONDITIONS box that this confirms to ‘THE RECOVERY POD SAUNA’ that the Party fully acknowledges and agrees to the terms above. 


There are risks associated with using a sauna. Always consult a physician before use if you have:

  • High blood pressure or heart problems. Saunas make your heart work harder than normal.
  • Known medical conditions. Some of these include high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, abnormal heart rhythm, angina and other conditions.
  • Just finished exercising. After strenuous exercise, let your heart rate come down to resting levels first.
  • Recently consumed alcohol or recreational drugs. Using the sauna afterwards could affect your heart, impair sweating and produce overheating.
  • Take certain medications. Don’t use a sauna if you take medications that interfere with your body’s ability to regulate temperature or make you drowsy.
  • Are pregnant. According to whattoexpect, sauna use during pregnancy could lead to dizziness, dehydration or lower blood pressure.

Safety tips for sauna 

If you’re able to use the sauna, keep these safety tips in mind:

  • Keep sessions short. You can build up your tolerance for the heat over multiple visits.
  • Limit sessions to 15 to 30 minutes. 
  • Monitor how you feel. If you are sensitive to the heat, feel dizzy, nauseous or begin to feel uncomfortable, leave the sauna immediately.
  • Stay hydrated. Always hydrate beforehand, and drink two to four glasses of cool water after each session. Drink mineral water or juice to replace electrolytes lost through sweating.
  • Use the buddy system. Bring a friend or family member with you in case problems do occur.
  • Remove jewelry. Metal jewelry, including rings and small earrings, can heat up very quickly and cause skin irritation or burning.
  • Protect your hair. Sauna heat can leave your hair shafts dry and brittle. A towel or shower cap can help protect it.
  • Dress appropriately. Wearing loose fitting clothes, a swimsuit or a towel is good since heavy clothing can lead to overheating.
  • Rest and cool off afterwards. Lie or sit down for at least 10 minutes, then take a cold shower to help bring your body temperature to normal levels.