Spa/alternative therapy treatments

We also offer a range of spa/ alternative therapy treatments carefully selected from across the globe. These treatments are priced individually charged separately.

  1. Russian/ Eastern European Sanatorium treatments

Historically, the treatments at sanatoriums were rooted in kurortology, a Soviet medical practice based on restoring the relationship between humans and their environment. Alongside the rise of sanatoriums, “kurortology” – a medical science studying the effects of nature and the elements on humans – was born. Like the Romantic poets before them, Soviet kurortologists viewed reconnection with the natural environment, previously seen as hostile and inhospitable, as having the potential both to heal illness and to end social alienation.

The treatments include

Mud therapy(Pelotherapy)- Pelotherapy is a method of treatment based on the use of mud and its products. The duration of the procedure 10-15 min. Thermal effects of therapeutic mud leads to the formation of biologically active substances and produces analgesic effect.

Balneotherapy – Under the generic term balneotherapy are designated different treatments carried out under water which particularly contribute to the blood circulation and relaxation, on the metabolism stimulation or to the beneficial effect on the skin.

Electro -magnetic therapy – Magnetotherapy is a method of physiotherapy, which is based on the effect magnetic fields of different parameters. Treatment time 15-30 minutes, daily or every other day. The course of treatment 20-25 procedures. Therapy affect the whole body and its functional systems. It does not cause high temperature and skin irritation.

Ozone therapy – Ozone therapy (intravenous infusion) – is a treatment method with high clinical efficacy and good tolerability by patients. Ozone has a large variety of medicinal effects: it has antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory effect, increases the activity of antioxidant defence system.

Chromotherapy –  Chromotherapy – the use of medical-prophylactic purposes visible light. The procedure is carried out in any convenient position for the patient. The duration of therapy 3-20 min. in the treatment accelerates the body’s metabolic processes, improvement of the General emotional state of the patient.

Cold paraffin therapy – Cold paraffin therapy is enjoyable and a very delicate procedure that allows to relax and restore skin’s natural softness and smoothness.
In the result, the pores open, the skin well moisturized, the nutrients are absorbed to the maximum, cracks, heals, aktiviziruyutsya circulation pass swelling and fatigue, subside the pain. Just one treatment can rid the skin of hands and feet from many problems!

Carboxytherapy – Carboxytherapy is first and foremost, the injection of CO2, which is struggling, oddly enough, with the lack of oxygen in the tissues. It is the reduction of the oxygen level (most people have noted and progressing from age 30 years) is one of the main reasons for loss of firmness and elasticity, and the appearance of different kinds of defects (pimples, redness, etc.). Carboxytherapy, can smooth even deep wrinkles!

Galvanic therapy – Galvanizing – application for therapeutic-prophylactic purposes a constant electric current of low voltage and small force. Current is applied to the patient through the plate electrodes and the spacers. The patient feels a slight tingling sensation. The procedure lasts 10-40 minutes At General galvanizing increased number of leukocytes in the blood, improves metabolism. Low current helps to speed up circulation.

and many more

  1. Ayurvedic treatments from the far east

Ayurvedic preparations have a long, uninterrupted history of use. But Ayurveda is not just about medicine. It is about healing, energy, kindness and compassion; as a result, many consumers are turning to Ayurveda to nurture their spiritual side and, at the same time, boost their overall sense of well-being.

the ancient Ayurvedic anti-aging treatment known as Kaya Kalpa, a therapy that holds skin health mirrors the health of the overall body and mind. The goal of Kaya Kalpa is to slow the aging process. Kaya means body and kalpa means transformation. Its goal is to stop the degradation of the body by rejuvenating cells and tissues through a holistic transformation of mind, body and soul. Kaya Kalpa uses several physical and mental disciplinary methods with special therapeutic preparations to rebuild the body’s cells and tissues after the patient has completed initial process of detoxification, through Panchakarma. The treatments literally transform old cells to new again, according to practitioners.

A number of traditional Ayurvedic rituals aid in gracefully-Aging including:

  • Abhyanga or ‘herbal oil massage treatment’, which involves herbal oils being massaged into the body to penetrate deeply through the skin into the tissue and muscles.
  • Kizhi or ‘herbal pouch massage’, which involves a healing pouch of herbs being applied to the body to release toxins and restore nutrients
  • Udvartana, which involves a healing warm oil massage to encourage the elimination of toxins deep within the body and tissues followed by an ex-foliation treatment with an Ayurvedic herbal paste to enliven and revitalise the skin.
  • Shirodhara or the ‘rebalancing treatment’, which involves a continuous flow of herbal oil being poured gently across the forehead to calm the mind and spirit.
  • Nasya is an ancient Ayurvedic nasal treatment that combines a head, neck and shoulder massage with organic aromatherapy products and the application of warmed herbal oil to the nasal cavity.
  • Pinda Swedana is a rejuvenating and deeply relaxing treatment where rice is boiled in a combination of 12 herbs and milk, then massaged into the joints and tissues.
  • Basti is the Ayurvedic version of a herbal enema. This is used to draw toxins out of the colon and is generally the last stage of each daily Panchakarma regime as it releases toxins from the day’s treatments.

Each treatment is complemented by a head/foot massage.

Spa/alternative therapy treatments

We also offer a range of spa/ alternative therapy treatments carefully selected from across the globe. These treatments are priced individually charged separately.

  1. Russian/ Eastern European Sanatorium treatments

Historically, the treatments at sanatoriums were rooted in kurortology, a Soviet medical practice based on restoring the relationship between humans and their environment. Alongside the rise of sanatoriums, “kurortology” – a medical science studying the effects of nature and the elements on humans – was born. Like the Romantic poets before them, Soviet kurortologists viewed reconnection with the natural environment, previously seen as hostile and inhospitable, as having the potential both to heal illness and to end social alienation.

The treatments include

Mud therapy(Pelotherapy)- Pelotherapy is a method of treatment based on the use of mud and its products. The duration of the procedure 10-15 min. Thermal effects of therapeutic mud leads to the formation of biologically active substances and produces analgesic effect.

Balneotherapy – Under the generic term balneotherapy are designated different treatments carried out under water which particularly contribute to the blood circulation and relaxation, on the metabolism stimulation or to the beneficial effect on the skin.

Electro -magnetic therapy – Magnetotherapy is a method of physiotherapy, which is based on the effect magnetic fields of different parameters. Treatment time 15-30 minutes, daily or every other day. The course of treatment 20-25 procedures. Therapy affect the whole body and its functional systems. It does not cause high temperature and skin irritation.

Ozone therapy – Ozone therapy (intravenous infusion) – is a treatment method with high clinical efficacy and good tolerability by patients. Ozone has a large variety of medicinal effects: it has antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory effect, increases the activity of antioxidant defence system.

Chromotherapy –  Chromotherapy – the use of medical-prophylactic purposes visible light. The procedure is carried out in any convenient position for the patient. The duration of therapy 3-20 min. in the treatment accelerates the body’s metabolic processes, improvement of the General emotional state of the patient.

Cold paraffin therapy – Cold paraffin therapy is enjoyable and a very delicate procedure that allows to relax and restore skin’s natural softness and smoothness.
In the result, the pores open, the skin well moisturized, the nutrients are absorbed to the maximum, cracks, heals, aktiviziruyutsya circulation pass swelling and fatigue, subside the pain. Just one treatment can rid the skin of hands and feet from many problems!

Carboxytherapy – Carboxytherapy is first and foremost, the injection of CO2, which is struggling, oddly enough, with the lack of oxygen in the tissues. It is the reduction of the oxygen level (most people have noted and progressing from age 30 years) is one of the main reasons for loss of firmness and elasticity, and the appearance of different kinds of defects (pimples, redness, etc.). Carboxytherapy, can smooth even deep wrinkles!

Galvanic therapy – Galvanizing – application for therapeutic-prophylactic purposes a constant electric current of low voltage and small force. Current is applied to the patient through the plate electrodes and the spacers. The patient feels a slight tingling sensation. The procedure lasts 10-40 minutes At General galvanizing increased number of leukocytes in the blood, improves metabolism. Low current helps to speed up circulation.

and many more

  1. Ayurvedic treatments from the far east

Ayurvedic preparations have a long, uninterrupted history of use. But Ayurveda is not just about medicine. It is about healing, energy, kindness and compassion; as a result, many consumers are turning to Ayurveda to nurture their spiritual side and, at the same time, boost their overall sense of well-being.

the ancient Ayurvedic anti-aging treatment known as Kaya Kalpa, a therapy that holds skin health mirrors the health of the overall body and mind. The goal of Kaya Kalpa is to slow the aging process. Kaya means body and kalpa means transformation. Its goal is to stop the degradation of the body by rejuvenating cells and tissues through a holistic transformation of mind, body and soul. Kaya Kalpa uses several physical and mental disciplinary methods with special therapeutic preparations to rebuild the body’s cells and tissues after the patient has completed initial process of detoxification, through Panchakarma. The treatments literally transform old cells to new again, according to practitioners.

A number of traditional Ayurvedic rituals aid in gracefully-Aging including:

  • Abhyanga or ‘herbal oil massage treatment’, which involves herbal oils being massaged into the body to penetrate deeply through the skin into the tissue and muscles.
  • Kizhi or ‘herbal pouch massage’, which involves a healing pouch of herbs being applied to the body to release toxins and restore nutrients
  • Udvartana, which involves a healing warm oil massage to encourage the elimination of toxins deep within the body and tissues followed by an ex-foliation treatment with an Ayurvedic herbal paste to enliven and revitalise the skin.
  • Shirodhara or the ‘rebalancing treatment’, which involves a continuous flow of herbal oil being poured gently across the forehead to calm the mind and spirit.
  • Nasya is an ancient Ayurvedic nasal treatment that combines a head, neck and shoulder massage with organic aromatherapy products and the application of warmed herbal oil to the nasal cavity.
  • Pinda Swedana is a rejuvenating and deeply relaxing treatment where rice is boiled in a combination of 12 herbs and milk, then massaged into the joints and tissues.
  • Basti is the Ayurvedic version of a herbal enema. This is used to draw toxins out of the colon and is generally the last stage of each daily Panchakarma regime as it releases toxins from the day’s treatments.

Each treatment is complemented by a head/foot massage.

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