NeuralShock saidI tend to go into the sauna and drink my post workout in there! Seems to work I suppose?
Be aware many public saunas prohibited food & drink inside them.
Yep I read the sign and it didn't say we aren't allowed! (Oils however they made very clear aren't allowed!)
That and I am super careful! Always have a sealed workout shaker with me.
No signs except oils? I'm surprised. If some guy brought a smelly hamburger with onions into the hot sauna I'd be complaining to management. And yes, that has happened to me, along with dripping, muddy running shoes direct from outside, that guys promptly rested on the lower bench while they sat on the top one. For that reason many public saunas are clear about what you can bring inside them.
But maybe Canadian men are more refined than the louts in the States, and don't require such detailed guidance. One method that Army saunas once used was to place them at the end of the locker room gang shower, that everyone was using. To get to the sauna entrance you had to pass a gauntlet of spraying shower heads.
Insuring that you entered the sauna naked, hopefully will have used the shower first, had no footgear but shower flip-flops, and carried nothing with you, except a towel you tried to keep reasonably dry. And when you wanted a quick cool-down shower between sessions, and a final shower, it was just a few feet outside the sauna door. You were in effect already inside the shower room.