Floatation Therapy
Floatation TherapyIf you’re ever lucky enough to find one of those spas that offer floatation therapy – you need to sign up for it immediately. It’s an incredibly relaxing procedure. In most cases, these spas have little shallow pools in which they dissolve a lot of Epsom salt. That means that no matter your size or body weight, you’re going to float in shallow water, even if you don’t know how to swim. It’s a procedure that makes you feel weightless and helps you relax. It’s one of the few ways to feel like you’re in zero gravity. It’s highly recommended for people who are under a lot of stress and want to feel completely relaxed.



Mud Bath
Mud BathMost people associate mud baths with something dirty and disgusting but do not be discouraged. The mud baths in spa salons use special clay with a variety of salts oils that are good for your skin. All you have to do is get into the bath and try to relax and not think about it too much. After the mud bath, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with how beautiful your skin looks and feels. Mud baths also help to soothe certain kinds of skin irritations. Mud baths are usually heated to about 100 degrees Fahrenheit, which means that they feel pleasantly warm and help to open up your pores and get rid of toxins. It’s also a great way to help your muscles relax after a workout and avoid muscle cramps. But be sure to stay hydrated.