A book on Sauna Yoga titled Sauna Yoga - Finding Calm and Relaxation was published in 2012. It demonstrates three, 30-minute long sequences of poses: invigorating morning sequence, relaxing evening sequence and wellbeing for the back and shoulders sequence. Sauna Yoga is suitable for anyone regardless of age and level of fitness. It is not a heavy workout routine, but a slow and gentle stretching exercise that relaxes the body and the mind. It can be practised seated on the bench of a home or summer cottage sauna, heated to 50°C (120°F) degrees.
A book on Sauna Pilates titled Sauna Pilates – Wellbeing for the Back was published in the spring 2015. It demonstrates three, 30-minute long sequences of poses with the emphasis on servicing the back and strengthening the neck and shoulder muscles. The poses are particularly useful for people with back problems due to excessive sitting or as a result of a heavy workout routine. Sauna Pilates is suitable for everyone, as the poses are practised seated on the sauna bench.
In addition to practising the sauna fitness systems at home, many fitness centres and spas offer instructed and virtual sessions of Sauna Yoga and Sauna Pilates as part of their program.