Health fall campaign 2020
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Health and Wellness


Take a deeeep breath! Feel the invigorating effects of a walk on the beach! The wind, the waves and the power of the tides – that’s nature in its purest form and is the perfect way to recharge your batteries. So why not give your body, mind and soul a treat, and take some time out to relax?

Here are the foundations of some special ideas to promote your health, fortify your immune system and help you find your way back to yourself:

  • the natural healing power of the North Sea, as used in thalassotherapy,
  • brine from the depths of the earth,
  • natural peat, with its special healing properties, and
  • the unique climate, both above and below ground.

Natural health from the region

The remedies used in the health spas of Lower Saxony are 100 % natural: they originated thousands of years ago, and their beneficial effects can still be felt today.

And everything really is natural and sustainable – there are no chemical additives or side effects. Brine, for example, contains valuable minerals that you can breathe in as you walk along the wall-like frame known as a graduation tower. Enjoy a peat mud pack at pleasant temperatures — it will relax your body and increase the blood supply right down to your deepest muscles.

The air is clean and pure in the Harz mountains. The healthy climate is particularly good for your blood circulation and also strengthens your immune system.

Pure relaxation — made in Lower Saxony

Whether you spend your weekend unwinding in a thermal bath, enjoying a long walk in the wonderful countryside, or allowing the seabed to massage your feet as you stroll along the tidal flats: here in the North, every holiday ends with that refreshed feeling, and the satisfaction of knowing that you’ve done your health a lasting favour. You’ll certainly be well looked after at the spas and health resorts of Lower Saxony.

Why not give it a try? We look forward to welcoming you!

 

Spa and recreation in Lower Saxony

Lower Saxony does me good!