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?
Guest Contribution on spas on cruise ships by EuropeSpa Consultant Jovana Redžić who has worked as a spa therapist on cruise ships for several years and now back ashore runs her own day spa in Belgrade.
When we want to go on a vacation, we usually look for full relaxation, sun, sea and sand. What’s a better way than having it all together by taking a cruise, enjoying the spa onboard and at the same time visit several countries in only a couple of days. Read more
Often we find numerous ‘Pre-Treatments’ on Spa Menus. But do we really know what they are? Or how exactly they contribute to the effectiveness of the following treatments?
When we take a bath in thermal water and enjoy the warmth and weightlessness we feel comfort and happiness. At first glance it does not matter whether it is a bath with artificially heated tap water or a bath with naturally heated thermal water from deep layers of the earth. For decades bathing in warm water has been highly appreciated. The ancient Roman and Greeks already used it for health and hygiene purposes. Read more
“The sea cures all ailments of man.” – Plato
Since ancient times humankind has always turned to water for healing purposes. Water was considered sacred and nobody questioned its balancing and well-being effects. Today we use the term “Thalassotherapy” and treatments are available almost everywhere. But what is Thalassotherapy exactly?