Spa philosophy involves a holistic approach to human health. This means that the body is perceived as a whole, rather than a set of organs or symptoms, each of which must be treated separately. For health are equally important as the nutrients contained in cosmetics and positive impulses that we perceive through the five senses – touch, smell, taste, hearing and vision. Holistic drifts combine the traditions of ancient healing and modern technological advances, the traditions of East and West. .
Using a supporting force of the water, the therapist makes a soft, stretch the muscles. At the While joint working, the patient's muscles are relaxed. Each subsequent move smoothly from the preceding. Rhythmic breathing and smooth. helps to achieve deep relaxation, release body pain, and head – From unpleasant thoughts, find peace and ease. Acupuncture and acupressure. System of integrated curative effects on the body, used in China and other Eastern countries for more than one millennium.
Influencing certain points on the body with needles (acupuncture) or hands (acupressure), we can improve the overall condition of the patient to cure many diseases. Acupressure reflexology. Traditional Chinese massage active points on the feet. With stimulation of these points is to strengthen the whole body, increases the overall tone, relieves muscle tension. Ayurveda. Almost any spa offers its clients the Ayurvedic procedure. Of course, this is absolutely not the ceremonies, which are made of ancient Indian physicians, because for them, Ayurveda was a way of life. In Spa Treatments centuries-old traditions seamlessly interwoven with contemporary spa philosophy, and the word "Ayurveda" takes on new meaning.