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Bizarre Spa Treatments from Around the World

IF you want to pamper your body, then you should visit a spa. You can get all the benefits of a good massage in a spa. Today, however, spa therapies go beyond the usual range of massages, even bordering on the bizarre. Below are some of the unique spa treatments available to people around the world.

In Southeast Asia, there is a unique spa treatment known as fish therapy. In this therapy, you put your feet into a bath of hungry carp allowing them to nibble off your dry skin. You will end up with very smooth feet. Gout, psoriasis, and eczema can be treated with fish therapy.

Snake therapy is another unique spa treatment. In this therapy, a load of pythons is dumped on your chest. These pythons are big and muscular but harmless. Your body gets massaged as the snakes slither to try to get away from you. The result is very relaxing.

Inside a 38-foot high wooden dome in the Mojave desert, you can get surround sound therapy. This therapy is designed for rejuvenation and time travel in a resonant tabernacle. In order to harness geomagnetic forces of the surroundings and set your chakras in order, you will have hour-long sessions where quartz singing bowls are played.

You can also immerse yourself in mud. These thermal baths can be found in Turkey’s famous turquoise baths in Pammukale or in Chile where individual thermal pools are nestled in the forest surrounded by a waterfall and wooden walkways. In Colombia, you will find the most bizarre mud bath. In Santa Catalina, you immerse yourself inside a literal crater of volcanic mud inside the Volcan del Tutoma. If you don’t like dipping in mud, then dip yourself in a tank of beer in Czechoslovakia or in a tank of coffee, red wine, green tea, or sake in a Japanese spa.

In order to improve your well-being, another therapy is introduced which is IV Therapy. This unique service delivers vitamins and nutrients directly to your bloodstream. This is a harmless and effective way to fight poor nutrition and stress.

In Poland or Iran, you can visit natural salt caves which have the same effect as going to the seaside to take in the air. It is a good therapy for alleviating insomnia and asthma. You simply need to recline or lounge within the cave and inhale the salty surroundings.

To exfoliate and lighten the skin on your face, bird poop is used. In this therapy, they spread sanitize and treated nightingale droppings all over your face. If you don’t want bird poop, then why not try snail facials? Here snails are put in your face in order for them to deliver slime on your face.

Cupping is a technique used by Chinese wellness experts where heated suction cups are placed on your back to suck out all the tension.