**Advanced booking of spa treatments and thermal suite use advised to avoid disappointment**
Bathing process that consists of periods of perspiring in the heat and steam created by throwing water on heated stones. In combination with refreshing cold showers, sauna therapy is said to enhance the body’s immune system and relieve stress.
A Sanarium uses a lower heat than a Sauna, usually between 30 and 40 degrees and also uses humidity, around 50 percent (almost like a hot sunny day in the med). It's like a cross between a sauna and a steam room. As it's not as punishing as a sauna, it can be used for longer periods and is more effective for a warm down after a workout and is also better for the skin.
Room where temperatures are kept at 40 to 50 degrees centigrade and the humidity is generated in order to soften the skin, clean the pores, calm the nervous system and relieve tension.
It allows you to experience your senses not as separate sensations, but as a whole. It is perfect culmination of colour, shape and light with unique combination of sound, vibrations and warmth that leads to ultimate-deep relaxation.
Benefits of the AlphaSphere:
Reduces stress: Alphasphere beds gives you the strength to fight with stressful conditions
Recharges your batteries: it activates natural shelf-healing powers and enables your mind to become an inner reservoir of strength
Enhances creativity: it helps you to focus on real issues and also stimulates your imagination.
Outdoor Cold Plunge Pool
Small cold-water pools have been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine and were also popular with Ancient Romans. Many swimmers and athletes like to plunge into a pool of cold water after a heated workout or sauna or spa session, believing it has therapeutic benefits.
It is a self-contained pool/tub of hot water which uses jets of forced air to produce currents and bubbles, either for therapeutic or strictly pleasurable purposes.
Regular use of a Jacuzzi is often prescribed by doctors to patients experiencing chronic pain or recovery from injury.
Via Sensus Reflexology Walk
The science of Reflexology is based on the fact that there are reflex areas in the feet, hands and ears that correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Feet, hands and ears are a microcosmic representation of the entire body as mirrored on them. Pressure on specific spots affect all organs and all parts of the body. The aim of Reflexology is to improve blood and lymph flow, to improve muscle tone, to increase flexibility of tendons and ligaments, to relieve stress and tension, to induce relaxation, comfort, pleasure and warmth, to create a link between head, feet and body, to change the state of awareness by including feet as part of oneself, to help nature to achieve homeostasis. Glands and organs which are underactive or overactive can be helped to return to a natural balance, the symptoms change and eventually disappear.