Balneotherapy encompasses all the thermal treatments falling under 'baths', as well as auxiliary activities falling under body treatments, such as hydromassage.
Contrary to 'thalasso' practised at the seaside with salt water, balneotherapy is fresh water treatment which can be practised anywhere.
It is considered a therapeutic function bringing benefits in the most natural way - by its easy and relaxing application it benefits the whole body.
It strives to settle and stimulates blood circulation, relieving internal congestion. Furthermore, the actions of alternating cold and warm water has a stimulation effect on lazy or weak circulation.
Balneotherapy also allows for the stimulation of the muscles, the nervous system, the digestive system, nutrition, and also eliminates dead cells and toxins in the body.
Numerous doctors also recommend a spa bath or simply a warm bath as an alternative to treatment of dorsal pains, tension, inflammation of muscle tissue, cervical pains, shoulders, arthritis, headaches, sports injuries and diverse chronic pains brought on by stress.
Steam baths assists in the recovery of diverse inflammations and are also effective in healing a simple cold or flu.
Hydromassage brings a sensation of lightness and great relaxation. It calms the nervous system whilst relaxing the muscles. The action of the jets pulls a movement of water which has a toning effect on the body.