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Full-Body Herbal Wet Sauna

Thai Herbal Steams, Baths and Soaks are a rather common form of treatment in Thailand, applied in Thai spas, salons, parlors, Buddhist temples, and saunas, but certainly also by individual healers and practitioners.

Thai Steam Sauna is an organic herbal & aromatic steam sauna for one-person, addressing female digestive issues including fertility, weight loss, body rejuvenation, cellulite removal, metabolic increase, stress reduction, and body detoxification.

Traditional Thai herbal steam therapy is one of the most efficient methods of ridding the body of toxic wastes through the skin and lungs.

The highly aromatic medicinal herbs quickly absorb into the bloodstream and circulate directly into every tissue of the body, delivering their therapeutic powers to each and every cell.

At the same time, the hot steam opens the pores and allows the herbal vapors to enter the skin to draw out toxins with the sweat.

The herbal steam simultaneously cleanses the body from the inside and the outside, providing a doubly detoxifying effect as well as a very relaxing, soothing experience. 

Depending on what kind of treatment you choose; we'll use a specially selected mix of aroma oils, if needed (optional).

Traditional aroma oils remedies that have been found to be effective for the treatment. So, all our mix of aroma oils has different relaxation and body rejuvenation effects. The combination of steam, herbs and fragrance can greatly increase your level of relaxation.

Why Not Wet Sauna?

Sauna aids with deep penetrating heat induced by sweating which forces heavy metals, and other toxins out the body. This also helps reduce cravings for cigarettes, sugar and other mucus forming foods

A 30-minute steam session warms the body, increases circulation and relaxes muscles. 

More than 70 different aromatic herbs can be used, but the primary ones are lemon grass, kaffir lime, ginger root, galangal root, basil, cinnamon, rosemary, thyme, pepper and mint.

We also use herbs from other regions of the world, known for their cleansing, relaxing and rejuvenating properties such as lavender, lemon balm and sage. Water therapies found in Thai spas include traditional as well as Western methods. The unmistakable bouquet of the traditional Thai herbal steam may be found all over the country.

Commonly used herbs such as lemon grass, galangal or ginger root, kaffir lime leaf, basil or camphor were traditionally boiled in a pot which was placed in a makeshift tent.

The fresh scent of the herbs in the resulting steam was inhaled, improving blood circulation and cleansing the skin. Today Thai herbal steam rooms range from traditional-style tent arrangements to sophisticated steam rooms.


 

 

Health Benefits of a Herbal Sauna

  • Flush toxins.

  • Reduce risk of Alzheimer's.

  • Induce deep sleep.

  • Strengthen immunity.

  • Aids with depression.

  • Ease pain.

  • Reduce stress levels.

  • Improve cardiovascular health.

  • Helps with skins issues.

  • Lower cholesterol.

  • Rejuvenate your body.

  • Removes cellulite and speeds up your metabolism system.

  • Promotes weight loss. 

  • Relieves respiratory ailments such as Asthma, Bronchitis, Sinusitis & Allergies. 

  • Improves skin conditions such as Acne, Eczema & Psoriasis. 

  • Relieves muscle tension and stiff joints.

  • Boosts the immune system.

  •  Improves blood circulation.

Contraindications

Not advised on an empty stomach (eat a snack before steam session), heart disease, severe internal or external bleeding.

If you are feeling dizzy, have open wounds, rashes or burns, no broken bones. Not recommended for women currently pregnant.

Steam Therapy Wellness Form

Pre-screening questions are very important questions included in the process of steam therapy healing. The pre-screen form and in-person consultation will provide me with a full understanding of your visit and allow me to best service the needs of YOU and your Wellness

*Pre-screen in-take form available- Click the "Let's Talk" link

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