Adler Thermae & HAKI: a new stress method


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Adler Thermae Spa & Relax Resort in southern Tuscany is introducing a new treatment in 2016 to help ease the stresses of modern day life. The HAKI Method has been developed by Austrian therapist Harald Kitz to help release the tensions in our body through a range of special massage techniques paired with rhythmic vibrations, which re-balance the nervous and muscular systems giving the body a chance to regenerate.

The multiple award-winning HAKI Method focuses on the head, neck and shoulders, releasing tension from these areas in order for the whole body to gain new energy and return to a state of wellbeing. HAKI treatments, which are only carried out by specially trained therapists, can take place both on a massage table or in water.

There are three core treatments:

–         HAKI stretch and relax (massage focusing on head, neck and shoulders; a vibrating effect is achieved using specific pulling, pressure and stretching actions)

–         HAKI sacral (focusing on the body’s mid-section, particularly the buttocks and back of the thighs; again, a vibrating effect is achieved using specific pulling, pressure and stretching actions)

–         HAKI flow (using two elastic ropes, the neck, shoulders and back are gently stretched and rotated while in water leading to improved body alignment and a feeling of elongation; particularly popular with those who love water and its healing powers).

Two additional treatments are:

–         HAKI sacral deluxe (specially designed for women, the treatment begins at the neck and leads along the back, with special techniques employed to ease and discharge tensions via targeted rhythmic and vibrating pressure; the treatment activates and enriches the body with the energetic fire of life)

–         HAKI purna (a full body treatment, during which your body is brought back into balance from head to toe, using HAKI movements; the busy person of today, who is desk-bound or whose muscles shorten on account of endurance sports or the demands of a physical job, will feel stretched and energised by this treatment).

In addition, guests are given exercises to do at home afterwards, so that the effects continue long after the treatment has taken place, bringing the body renewed energy and peace of mind.

Overall, the HAKI Method supports general health and prevention by optimizing the guest’s physical and mental power and agility. By focusing on the head and back, headaches and back pain are alleviated, with tension being released and muscles strengthened. The cardiovascular system is also stimulated and the immune system reinforced.

Adler Thermae is offering a four-night HAKI treatment package, which costs from Euros 752 (approx £585) per person sharing a double on a half-board accommodation and includes one 50-minute HAKI treatment of your choice; this package is only valid till 21 April.

Alternatively, individual HAKI treatments can be booked at a cost of Euros 87 (approx £68) for 50 minutes, with HAKI Purna, which lasts 75 minutes, costing Euros 125 (approx £98).

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