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Tanjariitta is back from Finland

and available for

private and group treatments!



to inquire about available times.

We Offer:

•Private Sauna Reservations for individuals and groups  

•Community Sauna Times 

•Traditional Finnish Sauna Healing Treatments 

•Winter Personal Retreats and Winter Specials 

•Employee Wellness Days

•Overnight Stays with Sauna Packets


Don’t hesitate to ask about customizing your session based on your needs and ideas after you look over our offerings. 

(Our website is currently under construction but, we are up and running)

Experience our authentic Finnish Sauna Village nestled in Northwest Montana, minutes away from Glacier National Park, and amidst some of the most untouched wilderness areas in the country.


We are the first and only Finnish Peat Sauna in the United States. In addition to the powerfully detoxing peat treatments, we offer private sauna sessions as well as other traditional Finnish sauna treatments.


Inquire about our customizable half day and full day offerings or tell us your ideas for your ideal sauna event and we will work with you to make it happen! 

Our name, Sauna60º, reflects the ideal therapeutic sauna treatment temperature, 60º Celsius (140°F), and pays homage to the Tanjariitta's birthplace in Forssa, Finland, which is at 60 degrees latitude


Several studies show that regular sauna bathing reduces the risk of the following:


  • Hypertension

  • Cardiovascular disease mortality

  • Sudden cardiac death

  • Stroke

  • Dementia

  • Venous thromboembolism 

  • All-cause mortality

  • Lung disease

  • Musculoskeletal Disorders: Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Fibromyalgia

  • COVID-19

  • Asthma

  • Chronic Bronchitis

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease


Peat is created through the slow accumulation of partially decayed vegetation and other organic matter, including mosses, sedges, and shrubs, that collects naturally in various wetland areas, like fens, bogs, marshes, moors, and swamps.

Most modern peat bogs started forming approximately 12,000 years ago in high latitudes after the glaciers retreated at the end of the last ice age. For this reason, most peat deposits are found at higher northern latitudes, including in Finland, whose natural climate, geography, and environment are especially ideal for peat bog formation.

Tanjariitta at her family bog at Heiluvan Suo in Forssa, Finland the day that she learned it was accepted into a conservation program along with a hundred acres of the surrounding forest. 


Peat contains potent, bioactive ingredients known for their beneficial effects on various conditions. Its fulvic acid and humic substances shield the skin from free radicals, enhance collagen production, and improve skin elasticity, making it ideal for skin, hair, and scalp treatments. Peat also promotes cell turnover, tightens pores, and exhibits mild astringent and anti-inflammatory properties, benefiting those with psoriasis, eczema, or sensitive skin.

Moreover, peat supports internal cleansing and detoxification, making it suitable for whole-body treatments like sauna sessions or peat baths. It boosts blood flow and metabolism, but due to its detoxifying effects, ample hydration is crucial during peat treatments. It's important to note that peat treatments are not recommended during pregnancy.

Sauna 60's Peat bog and land in Finland


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