Regenerative additive bath
This is a bath with added active agents, which,owing to the ideal perfusion of the skin andhypodermis in a bath warmed to 37°C, areeasily absorbed into the body. The additivesare herbal substances which do not forma foam, and which improve the circulation,relieve stress and fatigue, and relax andsoothe the body. A warm bath also relaxes themuscles and increases joint flexibility, whilethe warmth and improved perfusion boost theamount of nutrients to the muscles and joints.The additive bath is followed by a period ofrelaxation in a warm wrap, which prolongs thewarming effect on the body.
Anna Marie carbonic bath
A highly effective procedure which usescarbon dioxide made in a special saturatorthen dissolved in water. As you bathe the CO2bubbles swathe your body in tiny pearls of gas.Although they’re cool initially, this sheath oftiny bubbles induces a pleasant warm feelingas the capillaries in the skin dilate. The carbondioxide is absorbed through the skin and alsohas a beneficial effect on the organs of thebody. It boosts the performance of the heart,blood pressure, improves circulation in theblood vessels in the limbs, and improves tissuenutrition.Carbon dioxide greatly improves perfusionof the skin and hypodermis, thus boosting thenutrition, flexibility and hydration of your skin.This is why these baths are used to prevent andtreat cellulite.
This bath has a series of beneficial effects -it improves perfusion throughout the body,reduces inflammation, regenerates the cartilageand thus relieves pain in the locomotiveapparatus. It boosts the immune system, helpsto stabilise the menstrual cycle in women,and prevents accretions from forming in thepelvis minor, and thus can improve fertility inwomen.
Baths are carried out in a special bath equipped with Air Jet system, where an air streams from jets under high pressure and make massage of the entire body. For hydromassage bath we use several schemes in order to achieve relaxation and release muscular and mental tension. These baths positively affect muscle fatigue, back and neck pain, chronic pain after an injury and muscle stiffness caused by poor motion stereotypes. Some of the baths are equipped with a system of colortherapy, where by the action of multicolored lights brain centers are affected and bodily functions, moods and emotions are optimized.
Arm and leg whirlpool baths
These are taken in special baths which emitstreams of warm water to warm and perfusethe most strained parts of the upper and lowerlimbs. The upper-limb baths focus on the smalljoints in the hand, the elbow joint, and themuscle groups in the forearm. They improvemobility, fine motor functions and sensation.On the lower limbs we work on the small jointsin the foot, the ankle, and the calf muscles.These baths always reduce swelling, improvemobility and restore the pleasure of pain-freemovement.
Kneipp foot bath
Two baths are used here, one with hot water(40°C) and one with cold (14°C) water.Alternately immersing the limbs in water ofdifferent temperatures effectively stimulatesthe blood vessels in the limbs. After thisprocedure swellings disappear, the feet andankles are free from pain, and nutrition isimproved in all the tissues. This bath istherefore also recommended for diabetics andclients with varicose veins.
Classic relaxation massage
This massage comprises a system of massage techniques and movements aimed at inducing a feeling of general relaxation. The massage boosts circulation in the blood vessels on the surface of the skin and the lymphatic vessels, improves tissue nutrition and alleviates pain. In real terms it relaxes the muscles being massages, stimulates the circulation of the blood, and can also relieve headaches and reduce swelling. It induces an overall feeling of relaxation and a positive feeling of wellbeing. The classic massage can be full-body or partial.
Fibrous reflex massage performed by a specialist
This massage is recommended only after being examined by a doctor. By acting on perfusion this massage also has a reflex effect on more distant organs which may be stimulated or inhibited. The massage also has overall effects on the body, either generally soothing or stimulating. The body’s response to this massage lasts for as long as 48 hours and if the massage is performed by a specialist, the benefits tend to be long term.
Underwater full-body massage
This massage is performed using a stream of water in a warm bath. The specialist massages selected regions with a stream of water pressurised at 1-2 kPa. The underwater massage is a combination of heat therapy and mechanical therapy. The massage relieves spasms and alleviates back pain and muscular fatigue. The underwater massage can improve the appearance of scars and cellulite.
This is an ancient Chinese technique, in which a special flask is placed on the surface of the body, creating suction. After the flask has been applied the skin and surface layer of the muscles are sucked into the mouth of the flask, which is the principle of this massage. The flask massage is unique in that it results in intensive perfusion of the massaged tissue. Just one procedure can bring unexpected relief.
Hydro – Jet
A dry massage bath. A stream of water which massages the body through an elastic film, increases perfusion and eases muscular tension. It helps to improve the absorption of oxygen in the vascular bed, reduces the level of toxins in the muscles, and thus helps to speed up tissue regeneration. It increases the elimination of endorphins and improves mental well-being, reduces blood pressure and has a beneficial effect on the circulatory system.
This is a classic massage using etheral essences and plant oils. The procedure combines the effects of the massage with the unique benefits of various essences and oils. This massage brings the body and mind into harmony, alleviates strain and stress, and boosts immunity. During this massage the oil is deeply absorbed, alleviating pain and improving the functions of the organs and the mind. After the massage it is good to relax in a quiet room as the blissful effects of the massage slowly wear off.
Reflex massage – sole of the foot
reflex massage of the sole of the foot is one of the Chinese methods of massage. The sole of the foot contains over 7200 nerve endings which correspond to all the organs and actually represent a map of our body’s organs. The massage is performed on the sole and instep of each foot. The massage begins by rubbing or stroking the whole of the foot to warm it up. The actual massage technique involves applying pressure to points and areas on the sole, toes, and instep. This has a beneficial effect on the circulation, healing, and regeneration, acts to prevent inflammation, speeds up the detoxification process and boosts immunity. It promotes physical and mental relaxation and reduces the impact of stress. It alleviates pain in the muscles, joints and spine, and relieves headaches and digestion and excretion disorders.
SCEN TAO – body or facial care, hot-stone massage
We use smooth lava stones which have been heated to 55 °C. These stones accumulate heat very well and emit energy which works deep into the muscle tissues, affecting the circulation and metabolism. This massage has a beneficial effect on muscular tension and blocked points. It tones the vegetative nervous system and therefore greatly improves sleep disorders, harmonises the body after long periods of strain at work, and as it speeds up the metabolism, it is also assists obesity therapy.
Manual lymphatic drainage
Lymphatic vessels drain away toxins, bacteria and dead cells from tissues into the vascular system. Lymphatic drainage is a special massaging technique that encourages the lymphatic flow. Prior the treatment, main lymphatic centres in the armpits and groin are stimulated, which helps reflective placing the lymph in motion. The method has significant effects on the regeneration of tissues, in particular after injuries; it also stimulates immunity in chronic infections and regulates hormonal disorders. Lymph drainage is done by a doctor or physiotherapist.