Once in a while, everyone requires a relaxing spa therapy that can help them release all the stress and toxins of the body to feel more open and positive once again. A good massage therapy session can help with both emotional and physical well-being. You should not hesitate to invest in your health and well-being.
Spas have become the true temples of connecting with your body and focusing on every single body part for healing and wellness. The spas have been advancing in many ways to offer innovative treatments that can help you adapt to an overall health-oriented lifestyle. Here are some of the treatments and trends of spa industry that are changing the way we look at massage therapies.
The spas are introducing traditional rituals and methods in their treatment to help patients find the true nature of their body. People are also looking for more than just a massage session. A Colombia based spa has introduced Ritual La Leyenda, which is inspired by the famous legend of El Dorado. This treatment helps the patient release all negative thoughts using a cleansing herb such as rue or chamomile. The technique involves golden mud and a mixture of whiskey and Baileys, which is applied to the body. The patient then takes a dip in a warm pool which helps them leave the bad thoughts behind, invoking positive sensations.
VR technology is emerging everywhere as a great escape from the real world, and spa treatments are one of the best places to implement it. Large spas are providing a personalized experience to the clients by creating a virtual world for them to relax. The sceneries filled with waterfalls and greenery are complimented with scents, sounds, and flavours that satisfy all the five senses of the clients.
Sou candle massage
This therapy is more than the aromatherapy that the common spas offer. This therapy is performed using the melted wax of soy candles. The wax contains natural healing oils like coconut and shea, which are used for moisturizing the skin and infuses the body with therapeutic nutrients. These candles are also available in different calming aromas like vanilla or lavender, which adds to the experience.
For many centuries the treatment of exposing the body to extreme hot and cold temperatures have been used as wellness techniques. Today the spas are introducing even more sophisticated ways to wield the power of hot and cold treatments. One such therapy is called hydrotherapy, where the person is submerged in a pool for a temperature between 36-40 degree Celcius. It helps in removing all kinds of body toxins from the body and enhancing the vasodilation through sweating or chilling out.