Ancient Relaxing Massage 45'

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Ancient Relaxing Massage 45'

120 min.

$245

Price per person

Lose yourself in a journey of sensations in a restored historic building surrounded by candles, an experience that consists of a tour at your own pace through thermal baths at different temperatures including the Caldarium (Hot Bath 102ºF), the Frigidarium (Cold Bath 57ºF and Ice Bath 50ºF), the Tepidarium (Warm Bath 97ºF), the Balneum (Bath of a Thousand Jets), the Vaporium (Two Steam Rooms with aromatherapy) and the Flotarium (Salt Water Bath). We also have an indoor/outdoor bath to swim outside that will adjust its temperature depending on the season as well as a salt exfoliation area.

Live a unique experience of total relaxation for the body and the mind through the pleasures of water in a magical atmosphere and finish by relaxing completely with a 45 minute massage.

During the 45 minute relaxing massage, your massage therapist with work on the full body paying special attention to the back, arms, legs and feet.

Relaxing Massage

Relaxing Massage

Includes:

  • Ancient Baths
  • A 45 minute relaxing massage

Body and mind benefits:

The beneficial effects of baths with temperature contrasts were widely known by our Greek, Roman and Arabic ancestors. The hot water relaxes the muscles and joint tension while the cold water reactivates blood circulation, tones the skin, and has a reinvigorating effect. The AIRE massage combines different techniques and is specifically designed to achieve a maximum state of relaxation, through slow, deep and comprehensive movements.

Tips and recommendations:

Your body is wise and will know when to tell you to get out of the water and move from one bath to another at a different temperature. Remember that at any time you can access the relaxation room, where cold water and our special selection of AIRE Tea to keep you hydrated are always at your disposal. If at any point during your massage you feel that the pressure is too intense or too light, please, tell your therapist.