My gym sounds like the same setup as yours - the adult men's locker room has a large rectangular space with the showers at one end, the four hot tubs in the middle, and the sauna and steam rooms at the other end. You are supposed to shower before using either the hot tubs, sauna, or steam room, and use a towel in the latter two. People are generally naked in the hot tub and follow the towel rule otherwise.
While asking for precise guidance is a good idea, the fact is very few people actually do; after all, those who are confused and anxious about nudity issues are generally not likely to want to even discuss them with a stranger. So here are some tips that will hopefully give you the information you need before you visit a spa in any country around the world - so you can achieve what you came for in the first place: total ease and relaxation. Most spas have separate locker rooms for men and women where you change into a robe and slippers.
A Montreal-area town has decided to forbid all nudity in the locker rooms of its municipal pools -- a level of discretion that has one man wondering if it doesn't go too far. Brossard advised residents in its newsletter this month it wouldn't allow men or women to walk around naked in their respective locker room and showers. For now, the penalty is a simple warning.
My local swimming pool has been undergoing refurbishment for many months, during which period the men and women were forced into temporary, unisex changing rooms. It was all a bit uncomfortable, and awkward, but there was a certain blitz spirit about, and we smiled grimly at each other as we waited for the next available shower stall, and carefully choreographed our eye movements to avoid any appearance of staring. Last week, I visited the refurbished pool for the first time.
Going to the spa for the first time can be a daunting experience. It's supposed to be relaxing and enjoyable, but when going into that change room on your own and having to prepare for your first massage can be stressful and confusing. Dave and I have enjoyed many spa experiences from luxury retreats to the downright quirky during our 18 years of travelling.
Started by hookey10 Sep Posted 10 Sep The shower area in my gym has three showers in one line and a single shower curtain. So, technically three people could shower at the same time.
We visited this spa at around on a week day in the first week of jan, there were around We have been many times to the Burgerbad and like the Alpentherme more. Its more relaxing for
There was one very significant event that I happened to omit from my last blog, regarding my recent trip to Davos. The incident was somewhat traumatizing, or at least severely uncomfortable, and it left me feeling as though all of the acclimatizing and adapting I had accomplished over the last five years in Europe, was for nothing. Deep breath: I will now go ahead and tell you the tale of three young Canadian women who attempted to spend an afternoon. So during the Spengler Cup tournament in Davos, us hockey-wives and families had to find things to do outside of the hotel each afternoon before games.