If the purpose of your visit to the spa is to relax physically, stimulate your immune system or purify your body, we suggest you try one of the following rituals.
If you are an athlete seeking to maximize your results, use thermotherapy in combination with physical training. We recommend the following cycle in order to refine your silhouette, relax your muscles and help you recover better after a workout.
This cycle will activate your blood circulation and help you to burn more calories.
Demystifying the myth: Sauna and weight loss.
We tend to believe that heat melts fat, but that’s not quite the case. Sweating inside a dry sauna causes the body to lose a lot of water, which results in rapid weight loss. However, once your body is rehydrated, your weight returns to normal. It is, in fact, the cold after a sauna session that creates a thermal shock in your body and activates your blood circulation and stimulates your metabolism to burn more calories. So, if firming your body is one of the goals of your visit to the spa, the cold is definitely the most important step in your thermal cycle.
To stimulate your immune system, nothing is more effective than a hammam. A session in the steam bath will help to clear up your respiratory system: Diffused eucalyptus essential oil acts as an antiseptic agent within the sinuses helping to cure colds, bronchitis and asthma.
To give your immune system a boost, try the following cycle.
To trigger tissue decongestion, drain toxins, firm up and reduce the appearance of orange skin or simply to unwind, we propose you follow a cycle that will activate your circulatory and lymphatic systems in order to purify your body and help your metabolism to better eliminate waste.
An ideal way to recover from the holidays or prepare for the summer.
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