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Relaxation And Reinvigoration

With a portfolio stemming from large residential properties to luxury hotels, multi-award winning Cheshire Wellness combine their imagination and expertise to create your perfect room

Once an experience to be enjoyed on holiday or by visiting a leisure club, spa or hotel, it seems that for many, the temptation to invest in sauna, steam and other wellness products for both commercial and increasingly domestic settings is now proving irresistible. Despite still being somewhat of a niche sector, it’s one that is growing and this issue we focus on the various options on offer that together make up the wellness sector By Andrea Hartshorne


f you’re looking for an exotic and tranquil place to relax or a room to reinvigorate the mind, body and senses, whether it’s ultra-modern or traditional, when it comes to the variety of wellness products that are available, the array of products and suppliers is now wider than ever. That’s great news as the demand for these ‘wellbeing’ products and the health benefits that they provide shows no signs of cooling just yet!

RELAX IN THE HANDS OF THE EXPERIENCE ROOM SPECIALISTS It is well known that relaxation is an essential ingredient in the maintenance of wellbeing – thermal experience rooms offer you the opportunity to drift away, invigorate your senses and clear your mind. As one of the leaders in the design and manufacture of swimming pools and tiled spas, Cheshire Wellness are also specialists in the installation of experience rooms. With a portfolio stemming from large residential properties to luxury hotels, the multi-award winning company combine their imagination and expertise to create your perfect room. Saunas, steam rooms and caldariums are renowned for alleviating respiratory problems, 61-64_SPN_Dec_2015_Feature_Wellness_Rev.indd 61

whilst hammam, salt fusion and rasul rooms are famed for their ability to improve skin conditions – all of which encourage stress relief and mental wellbeing. Popular in Turkey and North Africa, hammam, Arabic for ‘spreader of warmth’, has been a cultural tradition for the past 500 years. It is a heated surface, high humidity room which is used for cleansing the body from head to toe. By utilising water and soap to exfoliate and massage the skin, hammam

treatment is traditionally undertaken by an attendant. It is a perfect remedy for stress relief, but it is more commonly renowned for cleansing the skin and thorough purification – all of which has a soothing effect on dermatological conditions. It is a growing treatment in the UK, prominent in luxury hotels, residential properties and special Moroccan and Turkish facilities across the country. One particular project saw Cheshire Wellness design and construct

Experts in the construction of experience rooms, this authentic Turkish Hammam Room from Cheshire Wellness features Carrera marble flown in from Italy

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