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List of Wellness massages (7 items)
The relaxing aromatic massage is conducted on a massage bed whilst the masseur massages part or all of the body. This is a slow massage with Swedish techniques that uses steady stroking movements of the hand in combination with aroma oils. Different aroma oils are used in our various spa locations. Our Relaxing Aromatic Massage is effective in releasing tension in the joints and tissues, improving muscle flexibility, blood circulation and built-up tension. The time of the massage depends very much on you, but is generally available in 20-minute sessions that can be extended according to your wishes.
This treatment is conducted lying in a comfortable position. A relaxing massage technique is applied with gentle pumping and stroking movements to the face, forehead, nose, eyes and ears. The same technique is also used on the nape or back of the neck. This massage gently reduces stress and tension and is recommended after a stressful day, stiffness after a long journey, or after working on the computer for a long stretch.
This special massage uses stroking techniques, applied in a special technique to the skin using a brush of half bristles. This action helps increase blood circulation in the skin and removes dead cells from the upper skin layer. This leaves the skin surface smooth and receptive for other treatments. It is therefore often used as a preparation treatment for some packs (See Further relaxation treatments: Aphrodite Pack). Owing also to its effect as a metabolism stimulator, it can be used as part of a detoxification or anti-cellulite treatment.
This treatment begins with a relaxing aroma massage (See: Relaxing Aromatic Massage). This is a slow massage technique that uses steady stroking movements of the hand with relaxing aroma oils. It is then followed by a hot towel back massage (See: Hot Towel Back Massage) for 20 minutes, using two rolled up towels soaked in hot water. The massage targets the back muscles, using the heat from the towels in a special rolling action. The masseur firmly rolls the towels across the neck, shoulders and down the back to the sacrum in one continuous action. It finishes with a short relaxation back massage. The combination of both treatments helps improve muscle flexibility, blood circulation, built-up emotional stress in the back, and releases tension and pain.
In this treatment we use honey combined with a special pumping massage movement that causes a vacuum effect. This helps the absorption of the minerals from the honey deep into the skin layer. Not only does this help to activate the inner organs, but at the same time it removes toxins from the body.
This treatment is recommended for spine problems, neck, shoulder, backache, rheumatism and joint inflammation. In addition it helps relieve any tightness and improves the elasticity of the skin.
This is a body shaping massage in which the fat cells in the connective tissue under the skin are broken down by a special powerful massage technique using ivy essences. Because this is a very intensive massage, minor bleeding can occur under the skin’s surface as a side effect. For this reason sufficient fluid intake is recommended after the massage to help flush out the toxins from the body which are released during the treatment. Due to the intensity of this treatment it is not recommended for the over 60’s and guests with varicose vein problems. The combination of the powerful massage technique and Ivy Essence reduce the appearance of cellulite, in addition to hydrating and strengthening the skin.
The dry water massage “Hydrojet” is a mechanical massage on the bed called the Wellsystem Medical. Lying on the bed a high powered jet moves, under a canvas sheet up and down the body giving an intense massage. This improves the overall circulation and reduces muscle tension. It also helps reduce the level of toxins in the muscles and contributes to faster regeneration. It increases endorphins, improves mental well-being and helps to increase joint mobility and flexibility. Because the massage is conducted on a dry bed, it is not necessary to get undressed.
Further relaxation treatments
Further relaxation treatments
List of Further relaxation treatments (2 items)
This treatment begins with a dry brush massage (See Massage: Traditional Dry Brush Massage). This special massage uses stroking techniques applied in a special way to the skin, using a brush of half bristles. This action helps increase the blood circulation in the skin capillaries and removes from upper skin layer dead cells leaving the skin surface smooth and receptive. The body is then covered with a special cream containing whipped cream, honey and orange oil and wrapped. This cream wrap is left for 20 minutes whilst the nutrients from the honey and cream are absorbed into the skin. Following the rest, the non absorbed cream is massaged into the body.
The vibrations and stimulating currents created in the Vibrosauna help the senses to work in harmony with each other thereby creating an overall balance of the body. By promoting synergy between all of the senses, sensations of wellbeing, energy and revitalization are generated. This Vibrosauna stimulus treatment is excellent in releasing muscles, reducing stress and promoting relaxation.
List of Exercise classes (1 items)
Nordic walking is derived from cross-country skiing and its principle is based on using two specially designed poles whilst walking. This means that during the workout the upper body is utilized, resulting in a more intensive cardio workout compared to normal walking. However because of the support from the walking sticks, you do not feel you are working out at such a high intensity, meaning a lower ‘perceived rate of exertion’. In addition, the exercise works the arms, shoulders, upper chest and back muscles through a full range of movement, lengthening muscles that are often tight. The poles are also good support and they provide stability if you have balance, knee or leg problems. https://www.premierfitness.hu/en
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