Everybody needs relaxation. In Åland it’s easy to find peace and gather new strength. Mix hard training sessions in the gym or in an exercise pool with relaxing and soothing massages and comfortable treatments. Treat yourself to an experience for both body and soul. Skin therapists, masseuses and acupuncturists welcome you to a well deserved break.

Sometimes it is almost enough just to hear the name of the treatments, to get that feeling of relaxation and harmony. Or what do you say about relaxing massage, mud pack, aromatic cure baths, massage with warm rocks or well scented chocolate? Remember to make your reservation in advance to be able to choose between treatments and appointments.

Mariebad

At Mariebad you can combine exercise and water experiences in the pools of the swimming centre with recovery in the bubble pool and steam sauna in the relax department. A total relaxation can be had by booking a treatment with Team MassageNu in the swimming centre’s salons. 

 


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