We have named our sauna after the greek term Agóra, which was a central space or square in ancient Greek city-states. The literal meaning of the word is “gathering place” or “assembly”. The agora was the centre of athletic, artistic, spiritual and political life of the city
Our Agora is an insulated fish rack and functions both as an amphi-theatre and a sauna, and has a capacity of up to 120 people. Four large wood burning stoves creates an intense sauna heat. The glass wall provides stunning views to the surrounding landscape There is also a bar inside Agora, next to the entrance of the amphi. We can also host live concerts, seminars, readings and theatre performances in the space.
If you want to book the sauna outside the opening hours, it’s possible to do that. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
When we are not firing up the 4 wood burning ovens, live concerts, seminars, readings and theatre performances can be held in the amphi theatre.
Above image from the concert ‘The Arctic Beeing’ with readings by Arne O. Holm, music by Liv Mari Schei. Percussion, Finn Sletten.
The below photo shows members of the panel discussion on the theme ‘The Arctic Beeing’.