is a session like?
therapist will support your body in 33-35 degree warm water. This
is the same as your skin temperature and feels very pleasant, especially
in Northern Queensland's tropical climate.
creates a deep sense of relaxation with gentle, stretching, massaging
and flowing movements. The warm water relaxes the muscles enabling
smooth stretching, thereby reducing soreness and fatigue.
Being floated in water takes the weight off the vertebrae allowing
spinal movements which are not possible on land. A deeper state
of relaxation will then be experienced.
held so lightly that you feel your own lightness as you sink and
rise to the rhythm of your breath. You can choose between listening
to deep silence or to soft underwater music. You continue to enjoy
the wonderful feeling of weightlessness and the sensation of fluid
movements while you drift deeper into progressive levels of ease
and relaxation, reaching deep meditative states.
- Under water
If you wish you can enhance the magic below the waters surface,
as your practitioner will safely prepare you for immersion. You
don't need special skills to experience the underwater part, you
will always be in control of the situation.
The practitioner follows your breath, signaling manually before
each submerging. You wear a nose clip which prevents water from
entering the airways. You will be guided into the weightless, three-dimensionality
of the underwater world. Extensions, stretches, flexing, dolphin-like
movements, snake-like moves, spirals and waves are release not only
on the physical level, but allow the deepest states of relaxation
and meditation to be experienced.
Waterbliss session is in a private pool amidst beautiful tropical
health reasons and crystal clear & clean water, a shower before
treatment is mandatory, cold shower after treatment is recommended.
Waterbliss session lasts for 1 hour in the water, but please plan
for 1½ hours of your time
bring 2 towels
have the choice of a silent session, or soft, relaxing music,
filtering through underwater speakers