Trendsetters in wellness

We create the ultimate wellness with innovative installations and relaxing experiences.

We, at Alpha Wellness Sensations, build private and public wellness areas; both customs made and in standard formats. You can rely on our expertise when it comes to expanding existing projects or delivering completely new projects. Have a meeting with our experts and let your senses be stimulated by a contemporary wellness experience that suits your project. Find out more about the latest models, ranges, and projects below.


Why wellness is so important?

Your ability to generate power is directly proportional to your ability to relax.

David Allen



Medical/Physical Benefits:
  • Getting hot and sweating out impurities is important to our health, and experiencing extreme changes in body temperature also increases the circulation and gives the body functions a positive jolt.

  • The high humidity and temperature also delivers positive moisturizing and cleansing effects on the skin.

Mental Benefits:
  • In addition to the medical benefits, there is the simple notion of “thermal pleasure”—the feeling a person experiences when moving from a place where the temperatures have eventually made them uncomfortable to one where the contrasting temperature brings immediate relief and an almost euphoric feeling of pleasure. Hydrothermal spa areas provide this pleasure while delivering a social and ritualistic experience.



Medical/Physical Benefits:
  • Accelerates the supply of blood to internal organs, facilitates toxin flush out and closes the skin pores to prevent dehydration.

  • The vascular dilation provided by the heat and rapid contraction from the cold enables the slowed-down, cooled blood to act as a “pipe cleaner” for the restricting fine-membrane arteries.

  • Cold rooms have an additional benefit: because the atmosphere is also near-freezing temperatures, cold air can be breathed deeply into the lungs. This delivers the benefit of vascular dilation in the lungs, an area that is very difficult to reach through the epidermal or surface shock that cold pools or showers provide.

Mental Benefits:
  • Cold exposure may improve mood. Responses to cold exposure is a robust release of norepinephrine into the bloodstream, it's not only a hormone but also a neurotransmitter and is involved in vigilance, focus, attention and mood.



Medical/Physical Benefits:
  • May protect against the flu because salt has antifungal and antiviral properties. It can reduce inflammation and mucus in the lungs, improving respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies, bronchitis, sinus congestion, etc.

  • May relieve skin problems. Pure mineral salt has natural moisturizing properties; supports water balance and skin barrier function by attracting moisture to the skin.

  • It increases the level of serotonin, which is believed to have a positive impact on digestion, memory, sleep, appetite, and mood.

Mental Benefits:
  • Reduces stress and headaches, increases energy. Negative ions improve air quality and promote relaxation. Many people visit salt rooms just to de-stress.



Medical/Physical Benefits:
  • Enhanced blood circulation, improves immunity and blood levels.

  • Ensures the quick closure of skin pores, keeping the skin free of germs, and hydrates eyes, hair, and skin.

  • Regulates your core body temperature, relieves headaches and migraines, and helps sleep better.

  • Cold plunge bath helps with muscle recovery; people soaking in cold water for short periods after exercise have less muscle soreness later on.

Mental Benefits:
  • Hot/cold water therapy elevates the heart rate, adrenaline, and release of endorphins. This has proven to actually ease pain and lighten the mood.

  • Leads to a balanced autonomic nervous system, reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety.

  • Feeling clean on the outside can increase levels of mood-boosting hormones, like norepinephrine and serotonin, on the inside.