is attempting to forge a name for itself in the field of thalassotherapy, all of its centres offer a whole range of other treatments which do not necessarily make use of sea water of its properties. If the thought of having a massage while water pours down over you doesn't sound like your thing then why not try one of the scores of others which simply use essential oils or alternatively the hot stone massage where the therapist uses these as tools to massage the body's key points. For something oriental, go for the range of techniques originating in Japan and India such as the shiatsu massage which stimulates the nervous and circulatory systems in order to balance your 'qi' or one of the more spiritual Ayurvedic treatments, perfect for those suffering from insomnia or who need a little energy boost. A great treatment for people with heavy legs or venous system troubles is presso-therapy, where pneumatic boots compress and decompress, activating the circulatory system and also helping to eliminate cellulite. This can be performed with or without algae strips on the legs which aid the process (known as cryotherapy). And if you feel like simply treating yourself to a little makeover, then of course aestheticians are on hand to carry out facials, manicures and pedicures, waxing and hairdressing.