Float Therapy

Float therapy is also known as “Restricted Environmental Stimulation” (REST), “Sensory Deprivation” and “Isolation Therapy”.  The anti-gravity environment that is created by the salt solution enables the mind and body to fully relax.

Infrared Sauna

The Infrared light is invisible to the naked eye, but it gives off radiated heat penetrating deep within your tissues, muscles and cells, acting as the sun does but without the harm or risk from the UV rays. Infrared saunas leave you feeling refreshed, revitalised, not depleted and drained like conventional saunas.


Cryotherapy enhances your recovery time by 50% allowing you to get back in the game. The treatment increases the body’s ability to train, recover and perform at the optimal level of performance, by promoting anti-inflammatory properties.

Hyperbaric Chamber

Hydroxy therapy delivers a combination of both oxygen and hydrogen. Hydrogen has been proven to selectively target and remove free radicals from the body which helps to prevent disease and prolong the ageing process.

Hydro Magnesium Spa Therapy

You will have two Hydro magnesium spas available to use. One spa will be set at 5 degrees and the other spa will be set at 40 degrees. This treatment is amazing for the body as it helps to decrease joint pain, reduce swelling and increase flexibility.

NormaTec Therapy

NormaTec is an innovative technology that uses compressed air to massage your arms, legs, glutes, lower back, reduce fluid retention and maximise circulation with a patterned NormaTec pulse massage which mimics the muscle pump of the body, greatly enhancing the movement of fluid.


Experience the ultimate wind down with your partner. Enjoy a 60 minute infrared sauna followed by a 60 minute hot and cold spa to restore, rejuvenate and revive.


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Benefits of Heat Therapy

Heat therapy is an effective approach for treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries. There are two types of heat therapy: superficial and deep. Superficial heat therapy makes use of heating pads and hot baths, while deep heat therapy requires fancy machines.

Superficial heat therapy is sufficient for gaining therapeutic results by increasing blood flow, causing muscle to relax and causing connective tissues to gain greater flexibility. Immediate effects include reduced stiffness, pain, and muscle spasms. 

Benefits of Cold Therapy

Cryotherapy is one of the most common ways to treat acute injuries. Ice packs are often the first treatment option recommended after a sprain or strain. Cryotherapy causes your blood vessels to narrow (a process called vasoconstriction), which then reduces the flow of blood towards the injury site. It’s extremely effective for reducing swelling, as well as inflammation.