It pinches in the calf, the back hurts and the tense neck causes you a headache? What is more important than your own health and well-being?
Three rules have been established for this:
- Rule #1: Prevention is better than cure.
- Rule #2: Healing can be encouraged and supported.
- Rule No. 3: Our whirlpools and saunas follow both rules!
Increase your quality of life a bit more with a whirlpool or sauna. Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disease and is often associated with significant pain and limited mobility. Many osteoarthritis patients know that symptoms are worse in wet and cold weather. Heat, on the other hand, “brings health, relieves pain and promotes healing.”
This knowledge was successfully used by doctors of antiquity.
Based on these findings, we have added many water treatment functions.
- Intensive underwater massage for most areas of the body.
- Hydrotherapy jets are placed to target the reaction points and problem areas of the muscles
- Anatomically correct seating and lying surfaces that provide maximum relaxation
- A stronger buoyancy of the vertebrae compared to other whirlpools, provides relief for joints, tendons and ligaments.
About 80% of Germans suffer from back problems at least once in their lives. A hot bath is ideal for relieving tension in various parts of the body. The focus is not only on physical complaints, but also on the psyche. Those who like to treat themselves to a hot bath or a massage to relax benefit from a whirlpool several times over: the combination of warm water, intensive massages, and numerous wellness features causes relaxation that helps to relieve stress. The positive effect on mental well-being is scientifically proven by studies.
You can also use the power of colors for this purpose.
Colored light looks beautiful, and also influences the psyche. Color light therapy is based on the assumption that each color has its own wave spectrum and thus also a certain effect.
Hot or cold water treatments have been around for a long time. For thousands of years, people have bathed in hot springs to relieve pain and improve their health. Water is not only the source of all life, but also a natural remedy with beneficial properties, which is used in hydrotherapy.
But what happens to our body in the water?
The natural buoyancy of the water creates a feeling of (almost) weightlessness. This can help reduce stress and relieve pain in joints, ligaments and bones. In addition, the hydrostatic pressure of the surrounding water acts on the vessels: Blood circulation is stimulated and the oxygen supply to the blood is significantly improved.
With any spa, you can be sure that the jets are anatomically placed and aimed directly at muscle response points and problem areas.
Here are 7 massage zones:
- Shoulders and neck
- Sole and instep
- Back, tailbone and hips
- Chest and abdomen
- Hand and carpal tunnel
- Legs and calves
- Sequence massage
Hydromassages also bring many benefits to athletes. An excellent support to prevent muscle cramps or relieve bruises or joint pain.