We have already presented the many healthful benefits of massage therapies in one of our earlier blog posts.
Though this delightful treatment can does wonders to our body, there are still some cases where we have to say “NO” to a massage.
For millennia, healing waters have attracted people’s attention, simply because they were different. They smelled different, for instance sulphurous; they tasted highly metallic or contained a lot of carbonic acid (which made them last longer and “taste better”). Especially thermal waters have always been spectacular, as the sight of freely escaping hot water from the earth was and still is fascinating. These locations often were places of worship and already known for many thousands of years. Read more
There are many different ways thermal water benefits our health. Generally speaking, warm water is good for us. The warmth in combination with zero gravity act deeply relaxing and make us feel safe. While bathing in thermal water, we can put our thoughts in order. The water serves as a support and provides warmth in the form of swimming pools, baths, showers or – as is common in Ayurvedic tradition – in the form of a drink for warmth from the inside.
In one of our previous articles we already discussed ancient civilizations and their healing techniques. The practice of using massages as a curative method goes back to ancient history and is still highly evolving and performing in recent days. There are dozens of different massage techniques varied by cultures and stroking movements but they all share some beneficial effects. Read more
The term „natural local remedies“ stands for an important future trend in health tourism. The “Zukunftsinstitut” considers the focus on health topics one of the mega trends: “Health no longer is the opposite of sickness but an awareness of the balance of the individual life energy. Thus, medicine has transformed from a specialized repair shop into a huge sector for the health “prosumer”. Read more
„The part can never be well unless the whole is well.” – Plato
It is self-evident that as long as life exists on Earth, mankind will have issues with curing and preventing diseases, in other words ‘maintaining health’. Unfortunately, our existing health-care practice is based upon a so-called allopathic medicine, which treats and suppresses only the symptoms of the human body. Read more