Today’s civilized and, thus sadly, mostly hectic life contributes to the fact that we put too much needless things into and on our bodies, which cumulate in our cells as toxins. We take them in, for example, by unbalanced nutrition, cosmetics, chemicals, or even by the pollution in the air we breathe. If we manage to change our daily habits and consciously spend time to consume and use as many top quality, clean products as possible, we can put a barrier to the possible unpleasant consequences from toxins in our bodies. However, this is easier said than done. This is why we have put together some helpful detox guidelines for you. Read more
When entering a spa, the guest perceives many different impressions – partly consciously but also subconsciously. In a good spa the guest not only receives the mere treatment they booked but rather a whole experience, which includes the spa as a unit. Read more
The concepts of complementary and alternative therapies are often mixed up. Although they cannot be distinguished exactly as several of their parameters overlap, there is one decisive difference between them:
Complementary therapies are used alongside or in addition to conventional medication. Alternative therapies are applied instead of conventional medicine. Read more
About half of all private European households have a bathtub. It is a symbol of recreation, cleaning and relaxation in your own home. The bathtub is so to speak a symbol of „a little bit of wellness at home, at the weekend or after a hard day at work“.
In spas, too, bathtubs are used for diverse treatments. Read more
This time we will deal with yet another elementary room in every spa: the relaxation room. A cozy, quiet refuge where guests can go after a treatment to get the most out of the beneficial effects of their spa treatment.
After dealing with the right design and set-up of the treatment rooms in a spa we continue today with another very popular area: the spa swimming pool. What makes it different to a normal swimming pool?