Our wellness Centre has been designed using the finest materials to provide an atmosphere of aesthetic purity and complete luxury that will enhance your experience with us.
We recommend that each trip to our Wellness Centre start with the Kneipp therapy—a therapy that dates back to the 19th century when priest Sebastian Kneipp started studying naturopathic medicine and hydrotherapy to recover his health. He discovered that sudden and constant cold water stimuli boosted the immune and circulatory systems.
In our Kneipp path, guests step into a small hot pool, walking on pebbles to massage the feet, then switch to an adjacent cold pool for a maximum effect. It improves blood circulation, reduces swelling and sensations of heaviness and brings oxygenated blood to the lower limbs.
Next we recommend resting on a heated bench before stepping into our steam bath provided by KLAFS.
First made popular by the ancient Greeks and Romans, the steam bath is a pleasant sweating bath with a sauna-like effect but in a completely different climate-one that is not so hot but more humid. Its positive effects have been well documented making it a popular attraction at our Spa.
The sauna is the centre of the wellness area at any Spa, and continuous development has shown that the current sauna trends centre on adaptability, design and comfort.
For decades, KLAFS has left its mark on form and functionality of the sauna and is now the leader of international developments, so, naturally, we have worked with them to create the most comfortable, effective and design-efficient sauna for our Wellness Centre.
The Finns have cherished the interplay of hot air and cold showers for centuries. Each Finnish sauna session is followed by a bout in the snow or in the adjacent icy lake. Even though it can take quite an effort: the medical benefits of freezing temperatures are scientifically undisputed.
After your sauna experience at The M Spa, we suggest you use the ice fountain, provided by KLAFS, as a cooling off therapy. We guarantee the greatest results.