Balneotherapy

Balneotherapy aims to help and maintain our health, just as spas have traditionally done. For this reason, INBECA has created ice fountains, used for creating a thermal contrast after a sauna or steam bath, cold cabins with ice walls, loungers with infra-red lights providing positive effects on the nervous, muscular and cardiovascular systems, and salt therapy or halotherapy cabins and float tanks.

“Wellness consists of an appropriate balance between hot and cold.” Aristotle.

Ice

The therapeutic purpose of the ice fountain and the cold cabin, or frigidarium, is to provide the greatest possible contrast between hot and cold in spa circuits, after the sauna or hammam, for the general stimulation of the body, causing a vasoconstriction effect that increases blood circulation.

A wall of ice that combines light, music and relaxing sounds to create a contrast of stimulants that complement a healing hot and cold session.

With the aim of ensuring the benefits of the hot and cold contrast, the fountain creates flakes of ice that can be rubbed over the body.

“The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it.” Sydney J. Harris.

Solid

Self-supporting lounger, ideal for toning or relaxation rooms at the end of the spa circuit. It has a solid surface made from long-lasting, non-toxic material.

Mosaic

Self-supporting lounger, made of fibreglass and reinforced with isophthalic polyester resin, with a ceramic, round mosaic finish.

Fibreglass

Self-supporting lounger, made of fibreglass and reinforced with isophthalic polyester resin. It has a delightful gelcoat finish.

Infra-red

The planks are made of iroko teak and the side panels of birch plywood, with a resin finish for outdoors. The infra-red lamps are under the planks.

Armchair

The armchair version provides a different posture for relaxation, facilitating a shared experience.

Termic loungers

For a relaxing moment after a hydrotherapy session, Finnish sauna, steam bath or frigidarium, providing positive effects on the nervous, muscular and cardiovascular systems. They are heated to 38-39 ºC although this can be regulated.

"There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in our tears and in the sea." Khalil Gibran

Salt cabin

Users can breathe an atmosphere saturated in salt micro-particles, reproducing the micro-climate of Himalayan salt mines.

Float Tank

A sensation of anti-gravity and sensory isolation is obtained from the highly salty water-filled soundproof tank, providing an enormous sense of peace and well-being.

Salt

Halotherapy or salt therapy uses the properties of salt to improve health, particularly that of the skin and airways. It has purifying, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and relaxation effects.