Kneipp Path

Walking stress away.

In the 19th century Sebastian Kneipp pioneered a hydro-therapy approach that Myrtha Wellness brings to life with 21st century technology and an awe-inspiring modern aesthetic.

The Kneipp Path consists of a bracing walk through pools of hot and then cold waters. The pool floors may be fashioned from polished stones of different sizes delivering a plantar micro-massage with every step. The combination of thermal and mechanical effects stimulates circulation and nerve centres and may have positive effects on the cardiovascular, immune, gastric and endocrine (hormonal) systems.

Sebastian Kneipp, a 19th century German monk, credited his miraculous recovery from tuberculosis to his daily practice of a dip in the icy waters of the Danube followed by overheating. Today, hot and cold therapy is known to offer vascular benefits, improve blood flow, reduce inflammation and more.

In the 19th century Sebastian Kneipp pioneered a hydro-therapy approach that Myrtha Wellness brings to life with 21st century technology and an awe-inspiring modern aesthetic.

 

The Kneipp Path consists of a bracing walk through pools of hot and then cold waters. The pool floors may be fashioned from polished stones of different sizes delivering a plantar micro-massage with every step. The combination of thermal and mechanical effects stimulates circulation and nerve centres and may have positive effects on the cardiovascular, immune, gastric and endocrine (hormonal) systems.

Sebastian Kneipp, a 19th century German monk, credited his miraculous recovery from tuberculosis to his daily practice of a dip in the icy waters of the Danube followed by overheating. Today, hot and cold therapy is known to offer vascular benefits, improve blood flow, reduce inflammation and more.

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