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Spa-Inspired Bathroom Design Shines Light on Today's Health & Wellness Innovations

The pandemic has altered life as we know it. As wellness and health is now more important than ever, these days we are all seeking comfort from home, mainly to support our health and happiness. Read on to discover some impressive options that put health at the forefront, amplifying the bathroom as a much-needed oasis to deliver the ultimate wellness-minded experience.

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JAN 22, 2022, 8:23 5PM

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Taking the lead from the Greeks, Romans considered thermal baths as a regular regimen

for health and a social experience for everyone. 

Ancient Wellness Rituals: An
Integral Part of Life

From the baths of ancient Greece and Rome to the Ryokan of Japan to Turkish Hammams and the saunas of Finland—rituals for well-being have been part of the human experience throughout the centuries and are worthy of recall. A persistent thread through the generations, spas healing waters, thalassotherapy, hydrotherapy, and hot spring have an impressive history and continuing popularity. Many of the spa treatments we enjoy today have deep roots, having evolved from some of the most long-standing health practices in the world.

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Calming colors, texture, soft lighting, and  luxury fixtures define this personal space.No matter the size, spa-like experience right at home, with every comfort. 

It's All About a Lasting Contribution to Your Well-Being

Who among us has not imagined the spa well-being right at home? To purify, hydrate, treat, soothe and calm the body, mind, and soul is an absolute necessity. Soak away the cares of today without any kind of restriction or time limit, and without having to make reservations—such relaxation experience anytime you’d like is priceless—it's no surprise that wellness renovation projects continue to grow in popularity.

Bathrooms take center stage as many agree that this beloved space do quite a bit for our health and wellness. As winter descends and daily life is still impacted from a seemingly never-ending pandemic, we need to create moment of calm for the body and mind. We are all seeking to enhance the routine bathroom rituals—which will ultimately enrich our day-to-day life—by reinvigorating the mind and body with an unforgettable spa-like experience. Fortunately, a holistic relaxation can be achieved without much effort and with regularity in the comfort of your own home. With that in mind, take a look at these impressive wellness products that give you the flexibility to create your own personal wellness oasis.

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For the enhancement of well-being across body, mind, and spirit. Luxury home sauna from Klafs, blends harmoniously into the room. Integrated with all the luxuries that are perfectly tailored to your individual needs.

Innovative New Ways to Relax
Refresh and Recover

Explore an array of impressive list of luxe products packed with design inspiration to help you transform your personal space from functional to wellness at home. From shower system to steam and heat baths to reaction baths—you will discover products that reinterpret wellbeing according to new standards to improve the day with a genuinely memorable experience. Explore products that suite your unique lifestyle and let your senses guide you in creating your own remarkable reprieve.

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The D 12 Vario Onsem room by Klafs offers numerous health benefits: increases blood circulation, stimulates the cardiovascular system and metabolism and relaxes and fortifies you.

Hydrotherapy and the Healing 
Power of Water: Big Impact
From a Simple Change 

The use of water for various treatments (hydrotherapy) is probably as old as mankind. Hydrotherapy is one of the basic methods of treatment widely used in the system of natural medicine, which is also called water therapy, aquatic therapy, pool therapy, and balneotherapy. Use of water in various forms and in various temperatures can produce different effects on different system of the body.

The good news is that now is a great time to work on wellness. Water possesses healing properties, which is where hydrotherapy (when used as a therapeutic agent) comes in—the application of water to the body surface  for relaxation and as an effective treatment for several aliments. The healing powers of hydrotherapy as an integral part of wellness journey plays a fundamental role in promoting health and well-being. Perhaps you would like to give this ancient therapy a try.

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Dornbracht's rain shower luxury bath inspiration designed as a wellness experience.

Luxury rain shower offers healing benefits through multi-sensory experiences to reinvigorate the mind and body.

Harness the Amazing
Power of Water

Hydrotherapy in all its glory—water, steam, ice—uses water at different temperatures to positively influence overall health and wellness. First, it's important to understand the effects of water temperature—cool water constricts blood vessels to help with inflammation, while hot water dilates blood vessels, which helps to reduce stiffness. Likewise, alternating between a cool and hot shower to help improve circulation and boost hormonal function. It comes as no surprise that many people with active lifestyles take advantage of the many benefits of hydrotherapy—renowned for its therapeutic effects on pain management, potentially even benefiting heart health, keeping the lid on inflammation, and boosting your immunity.

 

It’s empowering to focus on the aspects of our immunity and resilience as there has never been a more important time to keep your immune system fit and healthy. We definitely need our bodies’ defenses to be as strong as possible. So, harness the power of water to delight and inspire the senses with a lasting contribution to your well being and enjoy a splendiferous spa experience everyday of your life. 

Hydrotherapy, especially sudden changes in temperature may not be right for individuals with: heart conditions, high blood pressure, kidney disease, among other conditions.

The information provided herein should not be used during any medical condition or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. You should consult your healthcare provider before starting any new wellness program.

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