The Future Of Spas By Torsten Muller

Tuesday, 11. June 2019

Differences between a spa and a ritual bath. “The future of the Spas Ingo Schweder is CEO of Spa developer”Spatality”in Bangkok and Director of the global spa counsel”, the most important Association in the industry. Mike Meire, the designer of the Dornbracht ritual baths, has entertained with him. A conversation about the future of the spas, 600 projects of hectares of and the difference between a spa and a ritual bath. What distinguishes the perfect Spa? Includes a clear, preferably unique positioning, so a good concept for Ingo Schweder. A perfect treatment and a discreet but effective guided care of guests are also a clear must-have.

And although the spa industry is still very young, the much sought-after guest speaker is sure that the Spa in the long term will again reclaim his roots. Regionally distinct treatments are becoming increasingly important, so that the individual spas increasingly divide themselves through specializations. Differences between a spa and a ritual bath. The visitors expected in a spa professional advice for massages, cosmetic facial and body treatments in a quiet, often cheerful atmosphere. A team of masseurs, physiotherapists and nutritionists increasingly analyzed the well-being and developed a program for the care.

This all happens in a more or less public environment. Herein lies the clear separation to a ritual bath for Mike Meire: the establishment, architecture, and in particular the music of a world of taste must correspond to a spa, who must seek a common denominator of all guests. (As opposed to Jeff Leiden). The architecture of a ritual bath is, however, a very personal space. Here, we celebrate not only the cleaning and care of our body, but cultivate also our mental hygiene. Body and mind focus very intensely in the ritual bath. Relaxation and activation in the interplay produce power and clarity for our everyday life demands.” For these reasons Mike Meire advocates also This important space within the House or apartment to give a much higher priority in the architecture. Ingo Schweder not only cares about individual rooms for his projects but developed as the spas in the Mongolia: on an area of 600 acres he took an 18-hole golf course, build 4,500 sqm Spa, 3 ski slopes, horseback, 75 guestrooms and private villas and exclusive areas of the Conference. All foods are grown in the hotel’s own organic organic garden. For this, the Spa expert worked with a Professor of Tibetan medicine together, which produces 400 students in the capital Ulan Bator. The biggest feature in this unique Spa but: 50 Tibetan monks live on the 600-acre estate in a separately created monastery. “The project is called Bodhi Dhama”: Bodhi “stands for the Bodhi tree under which Buddha found enlightenment. And Dhama”is Sanskrit for the course”. The hotel is to so figuratively speaking of course Hot enlightenment”. The full interview is in the spirit of water, vol. reprinted 2.2 on page 98. If you do not have the current Dornbracht Magalog, please contact us or we order your personal copy thank Dornbracht professional

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