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Thalassotherapy

Seawater-based therapies help the body absorb essential minerals through the skin. Luxuriate and rejuvenate with a body wrap, soft pack, jet shower, or relax in the Thalasso pool.

 

Thalassotherapy is a rediscovered spa treatment based on an ancient belief in the healing properties of seawater. The word appeared in France from the Greek "Thalassa", that means sea and "therapeia" meaning healing.
Today, thalassotherapy is used as an alternative treatment for medical conditions and has become a popular tourist attraction for stress reduction and relaxation, as well as a favourite method of anti-aging healing by maintaining healthy circulation in the body. During the 20th century, scientific studies were able to prove sea water’s effective therapeutic qualities. Thalassotherapy also offers specific programs such as weight loss, anti-stress, leg fatigue as well as holistic and cosmetic treatments.
The sea water must be heated to around 96/98 degrees F (32-34 degrees C) to keep the micro organisms alive. It is the presence of these micro organisms that make sea water unique. Because of the chemical similarity between blood plasma and sea water, ions pass into the body through the skin
Tones and cleans the skin
Helps lose weight with the help of improved metabolism
Improves cardiovascular function (believed to help improve hypertension)
Boosts the immune system
Improves the quality of sleep
Reliefs symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, back and muscle pain, and stress reduction
Thalassotherapy also been used as an anti-smoking treatment

Thalassotherapy is a rediscovered spa treatment based on an ancient belief in the healing properties of seawater. The word appeared in France from the Greek "Thalassa", that means sea and "therapeia" meaning healing.

Today, thalassotherapy is used as an alternative treatment for medical conditions and has become a popular tourist attraction for stress reduction and relaxation, as well as a favourite method of anti-aging healing by maintaining healthy circulation in the body. During the 20th century, scientific studies were able to prove sea water’s effective therapeutic qualities. Thalassotherapy also offers specific programs such as weight loss, anti-stress, leg fatigue as well as holistic and cosmetic treatments.

The sea water must be heated to around 96/98 degrees F (32-34 degrees C) to keep the micro organisms alive. It is the presence of these micro organisms that make sea water unique. Because of the chemical similarity between blood plasma and sea water, ions pass into the body through the skin

Tones and cleans the skin

Helps lose weight with the help of improved metabolism

Improves cardiovascular function (believed to help improve hypertension)

Boosts the immune system

Improves the quality of sleep

Reliefs symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, back and muscle pain, and stress reduction

Thalassotherapy also been used as an anti-smoking treatment

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