Special Therapies


Fish Foot Therapy, often known as fish spa treatment, entails immersing your feet in a tank of water containing Pedicure fishes. This unique foot therapy helps exfoliate the skin and may aid in treating psoriasis, eczema, and other skin and other heath conditions, also it help the treatment similar to foot reflexology.


A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body. During a hot stone massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body. The stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat. According to the University of New Hampshire Health Services, hot massage stones are heated to between 130 and 145 degrees. Sometimes, cold stones are also used during a hot stone massage. Cold stones may be used after hot stones to calm any engorged blood vessels and to soothe the skin.


Crystal healing is a holistic and natural therapy that taps into the energetic power of crystals and how they affect the body and mind. A crystal therapist will place healing crystals on or around a health issues person to help unblock, focus and direct energy.


Tree Hug Therapy is being beneficial for many mind ailments Why is tree hugging good for us? Research shows the real & long-term benefits of spending time in the forest & around trees include, reduced stress, improved immunity, lower blood pressure & accelerated recovery from illness or trauma. Tree hugging is good for us humans & being labelled as a ‘tree hugger’ in our opinion isn’t an insult, it shows that we are in touch with the natural world. The Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku, or Forest Bathing, is good for both physical & mental wellbeing. It is proven to reduce stress hormone production, improve feelings of happiness & free up creativity, as well as lower heart rate & blood pressure, boost the immune system & accelerate recovery from illness. More & more people are coming back to nature because innately we know how much we need it & that is because we are quite literally part of it, yes we are nature & nature is us.


It’s long been said that the sea has healing qualities. Proponents of thalassotherapy agree. Thalassotherapy gets its name from the Greek word “thalassa,” meaning sea or ocean. The therapy involves the use of seawater, spa therapy, and the salty ocean climate to improve overall health and well-being. The practice has been used in Europe for centuries, dating back to the Roman Empire when soldiers used hot seawater baths to recuperate after battles. The practice has grown in popularity since then and can now be found along most European sea lines. Thalassotherapy can take many forms, including seawater baths, pools, exercise within heated pools, sea products, and climate therapy. It’s mainly found in locations with a maritime climate where seawater can be drawn locally and applied to baths, pools, and treatments.


A foot soak therapy is one of a ancient effective therapy, which would help for relaxing and can have many health benefits. Foot bath therapy includes many key ingredients which includes many herbs, flowers and salts to cure many health issues..especially diabetics, migraine and Blood Pressures and Foot sours, Relieves stress and helps you feel relaxed, Eases pain and muscle cramps, Boosts nerve and muscle function, Helps prevent blood clots, Reduces and prevents athlete’s foot, Loosens skin to remove splinters, Treats toenail


Urine therapy or urotherapy, Cow Urine and Human Urine is being used from ancient treatment to cure multiple ailments Urine Therapy (also urinotherapy, Shivambu, uropathy, or auto-urine therapy) in alternative medicine is the application of human urine for medicinal or cosmetic purposes, including drinking of one's own urine and massaging one's skin, or gums, with one's own urine.


Colour therapy, also called chromotherapy, is a method of treating ailments by using colours. The therapy is done by shining an appropriate colour on the particular area of the body. It is also done through eyes by looking at a particular colour. Though this is performed with utmost care so that there is no strain on the eyes. Colour therapy is a complementary therapy and not an alternative to medical care. The results of the therapy vary from person to person. Colour therapy is a non-invasive and holistic treatment that brings balance and health to your mind and body. The vibrations of the colour in colour therapy class improve your mood and overall health.