Kneipp therapy

Kneipp therapy

Naturopathy
A system of healthcare developed in the 19th century by Father Sebastian Kneipp (1821–1897), which was based on hydrotherapy and consisted of morning dew walks or walking on freshly fallen snow, followed by a brisk dry massage to increase circulation. In addition to hydrotherapy, Kneipp recommended light and fresh-air therapies and herbal teas. Kneipp therapy eventually gave rise to what is now known as naturopathy.
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Facilities include a glass fronted hand and foot massage lounge, Moroccan flavoured Rassoul, floatation pool, Kneipp therapy pools, open-air jacuzzi, saunas and steam rooms.
Spa treatment was Kneipp therapy, walking 10' in a special pool at 28[degrees]C with underwater jets, massage & bath in tub at 30[degrees]C.
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Outside and under the shade of a wooden canopy, white pebbles filled the floor of a shimmering cold water Kneipp therapy pool.
Clinical experiences with the Kneipp therapy of important cardiovascular diseases.
Kneipp therapy in peripheral blood circulation disorders.
Possibilities and limits of Kneipp therapy in diseases of the upper abdomen.
Principles of Kneipp therapy in diseases of the digestive apparatus.
Hydrotherapy of cardiovascular diseases in the hospital and in practice (Kneipp therapy).
The hotel nestles in wooded parkland and features both indoor and outdoor pools with naturally heated water and offers a range of beauty and spa treatments, featuring everything from Kneipp Therapy that's hot and cold showers to you and me to much more relaxing mud packs and massage.