The spa is iconic for its thermal cave bath, divided into three areas called Heaven, Purgatory and Hell. It’s a unique experience, characterised by warm steam, sparkling water and a mesmerising lattice of stalactites. Meanwhile, treatments are inspired by historic ritual and traditions such as the thermal muds and the Ozonised thermal bath itself.
Now the spa is putting its unique assets to further health and wellbeing use, by adding options for floating therapy or scuba diving in the grotto’s underground thermal lake, alongside the thermal yoga.
Yoga practised in the natural warmth of this underground labyrinth amplifies sensations, aids concentration and raises body temperature whilst guests benefit from the therapeutic effects of the cave’s thermal vapours.
Meanwhile, the water running through the Grotto is rich in salt, sulphate, and alkaline earth and comes out of the ground at around 34°C. Its vapours generate a steam bath that provides effective treatment for respiratory, circulatory, osteo-muscular, nervous, and skin complaints.
Thermal yoga follows the floating therapy or scuba diving. Floating therapy is a deeply relaxing and highly effective treatment for relieving pain and combatting stress, and the setting at Grotta Giusti makes its offering entirely unique and a very special experience that even the most avid of spa goers is unlikely to find anywhere else.
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