Different Types of Spa Treatments
IF you want to pamper your body, then you should visit a spa. You can get all the benefits of a good massage in a spa. Today, however, spa therapies go beyond the usual range of massages, even bordering on the bizarre. Here are some unique spa treatments that you can avail of in different parts of the world.
Fish therapy is one unique spa treatment known in southeast Asia. In this therapy, you put your feet into a bath of hungry carp allowing them to nibble off your dry skin. After the therapy, the skin on your feet will really be smooth. And it also helps treat ailments like gout, psoriasis, and eczema.
Snake therapy is another unique spa treatment. This therapy involves unloading pythons on your chest. These pythons are big and muscular but harmless. You get the best massage as the snakes slither to get as far away from you as they can. It gives you very relaxing results.
Another therapy is the surround sound therapy which is done in a 38-foot high wooden dome in the Mojave desert. Inside this resonant tabernacle you will feel rejuvenated. You will have an hour’s session which involves quartz singing bowls played to harness the geomagnetic forces of the surroundings and set your chakras in order.
Mud therapy is another unique spa treatment. You can find thermal baths in Turkey in Pammukale, and in Chile where individual thermal pools are nestled in the forest surrounded by waterfall and wooden walkways. Colombia is the most hardcore mud bath. Santa Catalina is the place where you immerse yourself inside a literal crater of volcanic mud inside the Volcan del Tutoma. If not, why not dip yourself in a tank of beer in Czechoslovakia or in a Japanese spa where you can choose to dip yourself in coffee, red wine, green tea, and sake?
IV therapy is the latest to improve your well-being. This unique service delivers vitamins and nutrients directly to your bloodstream. If you want to fight poor nutrition and stress, then IV therapy is a harmless and effective way of doing it.
Visiting natural salt caves in Poland or Iran has the same effect of going to the seaside to take in the air. It can help alleviate insomnia and asthma. You can simply inhale the salt surroundings while reclining or lounging inside the cave.
Bird poop can help exfoliate and lighten the skin on your face. In this therapy, they spread sanitize and treated nightingale droppings all over your face. If not bird poop, then you should try snail facials. This therapy involves letting snails blaze a trail of slime across your face.
In China, they use cupping or heated suction cups are placed on your back to suck out all the tension in your body.
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