The Doctor Fish / Garra Rufa, basically nibbles on the dead skin cells in a gentle natural exfoliation. They are found to secrete an enzyme called diathanol, which is said to improve skin regeneration and promotes blood circulation.
Russian Banya involves high temperature steam and sauna specially designed to wash the body. It has three steps of procedure, scrubbing, massaging and beating up with leaves on the body, relaxing the body to normalize to body temperature and finally ending with cold shower.
The person is made to lie down on his / her back and is covered with hot sand except for head. The heat invades the back and spreads to the body, thus, increasing the circulation and enhances the metabolism and perspiration. Good for skin disease; relaxes the muscles, tendons and bones.
Mud pack for eyes
Swap your eye problems for the coolness of the mud. The goodness of Mother Earth seeps into your peepers to give it a bright and sparkling glow. Ideal for painters, artists, those working on computers and screens, those who drive a lot, have dry or watery eyes and other sight problems.
Hip Bath 30 minutes
You will sit in a specifically designed tub containing neutral, or cold or warm water (suitable to you) covering you from hip to navel. The water is at a delicious 33°C. Neither too cold nor too hot, but lukewarm enough to really relax you while throwing out sweat and the toxins thereof. It is both a cleansing and a preventive procedure. Ideal for those with diabetes and digestive ailments as it strengthens abdomen, pancreas and liver.
Whole Mud Bath 40 minutes
A paste prepared from special mud is applied to the whole body. The mud – usually yellow - rejuvenates the body while black exfoliates. Either way, the two inch layer of mud with the most nourishment – applies gentle pressure on your body to relieve you of your stress, strain and fatigue. Ideal for those who work and live in concrete jungles!