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thalassotherapy

(ˌθæləsəʊˈθɛrəpɪ)
n
(Medicine) the use of sea water and marine products as a therapeutic treatment
[C20: from Greek thalassa sea + therapy]
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thalassotherapy

From the Greek word, “Thalassa,” meaning sea,” this is the tonic effect of time spent in the sea or in sea water.
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Translations

tha·las·so·ther·a·py

n. talasoterapia, tratamiento de una enfermedad por medio de baños de mar o exposición al aire marino.
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The Group invests in hospitality and other sectors of tourism such as thalassotherapy centers and conference centers.
With the use of freshly heated seawater, seaweed and marine mud, these Thalassotherapy treatments replenish the skin with nutrients.
On top of the Endless Privileges inclusions, each resort boasts many added extras such as a snorkelling tour and butler service at Zoetry Montego Bay Jamaica, private chauffer transfers, thalassotherapy treatment and catamaran sail with sparkling wine at Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera May.
With 42 treatment rooms, steam rooms to snow rooms and two outstanding thalassotherapy pools; the hotel is the perfect destination for the ultimate wellness break.
Valdecanas also shared about the athletic health benefits of Thalassotherapy. "Our signature service in Aegle Balesin is the utilization of the components of the sea ("thalassotherapy" being the Greek word for "sea"), from natural seawater to nutrient-rich ocean bottom mud to the organic antibiotics and antifungal in algae.
It is co-chairing with Spain the committee on thermal spa tourism and put forward the draft ISO 17680 certification on thalassotherapy.
Another signature treatment of Aegle is the thalassotherapy. From the Greek word for 'sea,' this unique therapy makes use of the components of seawater for medical treatments including weight loss, detoxification, antiaging and regeneration; these components include the seawater itself, mud and silt, algae and seaweed, as well as coralline minerals.
And the 4,700m2 thalassotherapy spa is another highlight.
Named after Aegle, the Greek goddess of healing, the center is known for "Thalassotherapy," from the Greek word for "sea." It makes use of the components of the sea for medical treatments, including weight loss, detoxification, anti-aging and regeneration.
Highlights on board the ship include the LivNordic spa with a steam room, thalassotherapy pool, hot tub, sauna and snow grotto, the infinity pool, the poolside Wintergarden lounge and the light and airy Explorers' Lounge.
Facilities include a thalassotherapy center, swimming pool and gym, a ballroom and six meeting rooms, while three upscale restaurants will be open all day, a rooftop restaurant with panoramic views of the city and coastline and lounge lobby.