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To restore to youthful vigor or appearance; make young again.
To become less formal or tense; to relieve from strain.
A spa within a resort environment providing professionally administered spa services, fitness and wellness components or spa cuisine menu choices with the resort providing activities, services and tours.
Therapy used to stimulate fatigued or ageing organisms which assist an organism in defending itself and resisting the wear and tear of time and ageing.
The integration or balancing of the right being feminine side of the brain with the left being masculine side of the brain.
A technique developed by Ida Rolf of deep muscular manipulation and massage for the relief of rigid muscles, bones and joints. It is designed to improve energy flow and relieve stress most often related to emotional trauma.
Historically consisted of a number of rooms and pools of different temperatures for bathing. Today the term usually refers to a hot whirlpool/Jacuzzi with benches to sit on for one or more persons.
A dry heat treatment (at less than 10% humidity) in a room with benches to sit and relax. The inducing of perspiration opens the pores and cleanses the body of impurities. After a sauna a cool shower closes the pores and brings down body temperature.
A process that gives a thorough cleansing, conditioning and scalp massage leaving hair shiny and full of body. Also known as crème bath.
Standing body massage delivered by therapist standing approximately 3 meters away with high-pressure hoses. The temperature is turned quickly from hot to cold to hot for several seconds at a time. This massage aids circulation and helps relieve the pain of arthritis and rheumatism.
Similar to herbal wrap but it is using sea water and seaweed with the balance of the ocean's nutrients; minerals, rare trace elements, vitamins and proteins which are soaked into the blood stream to revitalize skin and body.
The quest for complete harmony and understanding of whom or what we are and why we are here.
Means "finger" (shi) "pressure" (atsu) a blend of acupuncture and massage developed in Japan by Tokujiro Namikoshi in the 1940s works with vital points and energy meridians using finger-thumb-palm pressure as well as hand, forearm, elbow, knee or feet.
A spiritual or natural healing practice performed by a medicine man. Sharman being a medicine man.
An oil-filled pot with a small hole in the base is suspended above the patient's forehead, who is lying flat face up on a wooden bed, a thin flow of warm medicated oil is directed onto a spot between the eye-brows. The oil is gently stroked down the hair for 30-40 minutes and permeates the skin. Sometimes the therapist will massage it into the scalp for extra potency. It is highly effective in the treatment of insomnia, migraine, epilepsy and amnesia.
A bathing process in which ones hips and feets immersed in different water temperatures. Also a Kneipp treatment for constipation, haemorrhoids, prostate problems, menstrual problems and digestive upsets.
A term that may have generated from "sanitas per aqua" meaning health through water. It may have also been inspired by the Belgium town of Spa. These days it refers to an establishment that provides water treatments based on well being.
Light healthy meals served at a spa location. Meals concentrate on low calories, fats, salts and sugars.