Watsu is a deeply relaxing kind of hydrotherapy. Movements are combined with gentle streching, with the oriental accupuncture points and the shiatsu massage, whilst you are gently cradled in the water at 34ºC. In Watsu the lightness of the body in the water is taken advantage of to decompress the spine, mobilize the joints and stretch the muscles in a way that isn’t possible out of the water. The rhythmical movements are carried out in harmony with your breathing to favour the natural regeneration of body and mind.
Manual therapy carried out in the water that releases the tension on the head, neck, shoulders and jaw, the energy blockages, and promotes relaxation. This kind of hydrotherapy is indicated in cases of migraines, headache, stress, anxiety, tension of shoulders and neck.
Combination of hydrotherapy treatments and exercises performed in a heated pool for relaxation, fitness, physical rehabilitation, and other therapeutic purposes. Improves the joint mobility, eases the chronic pain and improves the muscle tone and respiratory capacity.
Simple but effective movements that can be used for meditation when practiced repeatedly and coordinated with slow and deep breathing. The practice of Ai Chi is a gentle way of increasing energy levels and promoting flexibility and strength of muscles and joints. This kind of hydrotherapy is especially recommended in cases of high blood pressure and other conditions that limit movement, thereby improving both physical and mental health, as it significantly reduces the effects of stress, anxiety and depression.
- Aqua Abs
- Swimming Lessons
- Water Circuit