Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Sea Salt Bath with Ayana Resort & Spa

"It is nice finding that place where you can just go and relax.” One of the signature body relaxation procedures in Ayana Resort & Spa is the Aquatonic Seawater Therapy that is done in the Aquatonic Seawater Therapy Pool. In the procedure, warm salty water is filled in the pool, and upon dipping yourself inside this pool, a healing process that calms the system and invigorates the bather begins. 

At Ayana Resort, you have the best opportunity of doing warm sea salt bath in an almost natural state.
The pool is a marvellous composition of a labyrinth of specific bubble baths, shower jets, counter current walking zones, water massage zones together with currents & counter currents, all of which offer treatment to different parts of the body via differing positioning and intensity. This offers beneficial effects that tones the muscles and enhances better blood circulation.

The Aquatonic pool has a capacity of 700,000,000 litres of water that is directly supplied to this pool from the Indian Ocean that’s underlying Ayana. This rebalances mineral deficiencies all the time. With the floating effects of the pool, one is able to exercise their way through twelve hydro massage positions containing more than 60 therapeutic jet streams, geysers and micro-bubbles for the rehabilitation of the injured muscles as well as for stress relief.

Not only will the pool be effective in making you relax your mind and muscles, but there is much more. Psoriasis, eczema, muscular and back pain, cardiovascular functioning, diabetes and improved immune system are all things that will greatly be dealt with, all these done while you are in a relaxation mode. Stress & tension, improved metabolism, cellulite reduction muscle toning, skin relaxation and toning, anti-ageing therapies and improved quality of sleep are all results that one gets upon taking bath in this pool.

The best time to get into the pool is always at sunset, just before you go for your early night. Be sure of getting a deep dreamless slumber. It is also recommended you take your bath just before or after a flight to or from a different time zone so as to combat the jetlag effects. Doing it after an exercise or before a manual massage is great for enhancement of the lymphatic drainage.

With all these benefits and options, it will be more therapeutic and interesting for you to balance the relaxing tranquillity in these incredible healing waters of Bali.

Courtesy of Ayana Resort & Spa
This article is also published at NOW! Bali Magazine