Gamyam offers therapies for healing and wellness. It helps cleanse, soothe and revitalise our skin and body.
The ancient Greeks and Romans used warm water immersion as a healing source for body, mind, and spirit. Hydro massage builds upon that ancient concept and offers modern-day benefits in a convenient format.
The therapy encompasses a broad range of approaches and therapeutic methods that take advantage of the physical properties of water, such as temperature and pressure, for therapeutic purposes, to stimulate blood circulation and treat the symptoms of certain diseases. During a hydro massage, pressurized jets of heated water are moved all over your body; The jets shoot water at precise chakras on the body at specified time periods, in sequential order, cleansing and opening them.
The derived benefits of the hydro jet therepy include a range of positive results including
The water jets in a hydromassage table are more powerful than those in an average whirlpool tub. The water temperature is also warmer. The jets and warm water deliver oxygen to your muscles and take pressure off of joints and sore muscles. Those who suffer from fibromyalgia, arthritis, chronic inflammation, and joint pain can experience pain relief through hydromassage.
The warm water promotes blood circulation in the muscles. Athletes and weight lifters can experience better muscle warm up and recovery through hydromassage. Anyone with tight muscles or knots will experience relief.
Stress and anxiety relief
Hydromassage has been proven to promote relaxation and cell renewal. It can also boost your mood with no medicinal side effects. People with chronic anxiety can be soothed by hydromassage, as can those with high blood pressure, digestive issues, or migraines.
If you experience insomnia or low-quality sleep, hydromassage can help you overcome them. When your body temperature drops, your brain receives the signal for initiating sleep. Hydromassage temporarily raises your body temperature, and the drop-in temperature afterward can cue your body for rest. If you have aches and pains that keep you up at night, hydromassage can relieve them so you can get more restful sleep.
The gentle pressure of the water is strong enough to push toxins out of muscles and soft tissues, so the body can release them. Hydromassage promotes circulation in the lymphatic system, which helps remove wastes. This can be helpful for people who have high levels of cortisol (a stress hormone) or exposure to harmful chemicals.
Hydro-therapy can help rehabilitate injured muscles, boost your immune system, encourage detoxification and relieve stress.
Thalassotherapy is derived from a Greek word “thalassa” meaning “sea”. Gamyam offers this popular therapy that uses sea water and marine environments for healing and wellness. It refers to a variety of treatments that uses saltwater and seaweed, each designed to cleanse, soothe and revitalise the skin and body, and, in some cases, to improve circulation and muscle tone. Other marine and ocean derivatives including algae, mud and sand feature in the therapy. All are cleaned and purified before use. The state of the art equipment required is imported from Germany and meets international standard.
Thalassotherapy comes in varied forms, and includes hydrotherapy, such as mineral-rich showers, seawater pools, and hydro-massage, and algotherapy, such as seaweed, algae or mud baths and wraps. Marine extracts are also found in products used for facials, manicures and pedicures.
these have grown in popularity with anecdotal evidence with no scientific evidence on its effectiveness. Word of mouth reference across the globe has gained momentum and results are a felt by the client. Different forms of thalassotherapy have different effects, and have proved to be beneficial to people and help them in varied ways.
- Tone your muscles
- Cleanse your skin
- Ease aches and pains
- Boost your immune syste
- Improve sleep quality
- Detox and support weight loss
Thalassotherapy is also considered to help people with:
- Circulatory problems (such as hypertension and arteriosclerosis)
- Respiratory conditions (such as asthma and bronchitis)
- Post-traumatic disorders (such as muscle atrophy)
- Chronic inflammations (such as rheumatic arthritis)