THE BATH HOUSE - RUSSIAN BANYA PARTNERS
The Bath House – Banya in Belgravia works with a network of partners to enhance the banya experience
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Jevgenijs has been practising massage since 2001 and his love of the art sprang from the positive feedback from his first clients. He is a Registered Massage Therapist, a Member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, holds an ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Complementary Therapies and Professional Thai Massage for Health.
His approach is unique and combines techniques drawn from various massage schools: Southern and Northern style Thai Yoga Massage (Thailand), IQ Chiromassage (Spain), Lomi Lomi Nui massage (Hawaii), Deep Tissue and Sports Massage, and Reflexology. This massage therapy is perfect for people who value their time as they can receive several types of massage in a single, individually tailored procedure.
Natalia worked as an architect, interior and furniture designer at The Bath House and was involved from the initial development of the project through to completion. In her work she drew inspiration from the traditions of the Russian banya.
Natalia studied architecture in St Petersburg and at the South Bank University in London, where she was shortlisted for a CIAT Student Award Competition for Technical Excellence in Architectural Technology. Natalia has a wealth of experience across a range of sectors including hospitality, commercial and luxury residential and has worked for clients in the UK, the United Arab Emirates, Russia and Europe.
Beluga is a classic premium Russian vodka. Clean and crisp with a hint of grain flavour, it is perfect for drinking ice cold, straight and with a toast, which is the Russian way. Beluga is distilled at the Mariinsk Distillery, in the heart of Siberia. Established in 1900 in one the most environmentally pristine areas in Russia, the Mariinsk Distillery combines age old traditions and techniques with state of the art equipment and advanced quality control systems.
Beluga is produced from the finest wheat grain and water from Siberian wells and undergoes quartz sand filtration as well as a ‘resting’ period of 30 days. This is an exclusive stage not applied to the production of ordinary vodkas and imparts the immaculate and elegant flavour that has made Beluga Noble Russian Vodka world famous.
The Malakhoff House of Caviar delivers premium black caviar sourced from time-tested, impeccable producers. This sturgeon caviar is extracted in the traditional manner, resulting in unparalleled flavour. The Malakhoff family have supplied the highest quality caviar to private households, hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants in France,Switzerland, Luxembourg and Sweden for almost thirty years.
The Bath House stocks the Malakoff Premium Selection and well as the Royal Imperial Selection. The Premium Selection is harvested from 12 year-old sturgeon. According to Alain Ducasse, “the crunchy Malakhoff caviar with well-preserved grains, smooth texture and deep, sophisticated and creamy taste is perfect for his ‘au naturel’ French cuisine”.
The Rothaus brewery was founded by the abbot of a monastery in the German Black Forest in 1791 and is Germany’s highest brewery by elevation, at 1,000 meters above sea level. Still conforming to the 'Reinheitsgebot' or 'German Beer Purity Law' of 1516, Rothaus beers epitomise the doctrine of quality and consistency. Rothaus has a passion for carefully cultivated, world-class, regional ingredients; water is sourced from natural springs in the heart of the Black Forest, malted barley and hops are grown in the region and the yeast is cultivated at the brewery and used exclusively in Rothaus beers.
Often touted as the world's best pilsner, Rothaus Tannenzapfle is a stunning example of clean, delicious lager brewing. The Bath House also stocks the Rothaus Hefewizen, an outstanding unfiltered wheat beer.
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Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Please note that swimwear on these days is essential.