Massage based on Zen Shiatsu movements and performed in a swimming bath. This technique combines pressure applied by the fingers to specific points and exercises to stretch the meridians.
Watsu is the technique of Shiatsu adapted for water.
This is a gentle therapy practiced in hot water (or heated to 33 ° C). It combines gentle movements, stretching and rocking.
A therapist trained in the technique accompanies your breathing, create a space where you can safely explore unusual states of consciousness and find you in your depth.
This experience is a great letting go; your inner nature begins to open in all its richness.
Being in warm water soothes the mind and gives a feeling of well-being and peace. Floating, almost weightless, brings a feeling of lightness and transforms the perception of time and space. The connection between water and the origin of life is indisputable.
All that brings the unit has an incomparable healing force.
As in zen shiatsu, one of the fundamental principles of Watsu “to be” and not “do some thing” is paramount.
Watsu also helps to balance and harmonize the energy system.
Its effects are unique and vary from one person to another.
You will rediscover intimacy, touch and trust. The aquatic bodywork respects individual boundaries and expressions of the recipient.
Duration: +/- 50 min*
*The duration mentioned for the care includes the installation in the cabin, time for the treatment and a shower if scheduled in the program.