16 responses to “Discovering Thalasso therapy in Ixtapa, Mexico”

  1. marthaandme

    That looks so soothing and relaxing!

  2. Sheryl

    This sounds amazing. I wish there was somewhere I could drop in to get this treatment. I think I'd never have another stressful day ever with something like this~

  3. Alexandra Grabbe

    I could definitely get into this were there one in my area. Regarding France where I used to live, I was always amazed how their national health insurance would pay for "cures" so maybe Thalasso therapy counts as one of them and explains the high number.

  4. joyvictory

    Are these hydrotherapies included in the room rate or is there an extra fee? How expensive is this hotel?

    (An incredibly similar version of this exists at many traditional Korean spas; there's a great one in New York City called Spa Castle — I LOVE it there and it's only $35 for the entire day.)

  5. Jennifer Margulis

    This looks like a lot of fun. Now that the weather has gotten so cold here, I dream about a trip to Mexico and I would love to try this!

  6. ReadyMom

    I went to Mexico this year and we debated about visiting Ixtapa, but it didn't look like there was much to do there–I wish I'd known about this!!

  7. Meredith Resnick - The Writer's [Inner] Journey

    How therapeutic this must be. I imagine it's wonderful for the body and mind. Warm saltwater sounds amazing and is so good for your skin. Perhaps these treatments will make their way to the US and be more available to the mid-level consumer, too.

  8. Susan Johnston

    Beautiful photos! I'd love to try that sometime.

  9. Alisa Bowman

    What I would give to go to one of these place this very moment…

  10. Peggy Bourjaily

    Nothing like a warm water massage. At my husband's club, they have these massages with fire hoses, which sounds way too aggressive. I would love Thalasso therapy.

  11. Alexandra

    Ahhhh! makes me semi-relaxed just thinking about that warm water. I've never been to thalasso therapy – my husband jokes that we live close enough to the Mediterranean sea and why pay for thalasso therapy when we can just go dip in it for free. Here in Tuscany we have a number of thermal baths though, and these can be equally hot and relaxing! The Url i've signed in with is to the page describing some of the spas in Tuscany from the official tourism site, should you be inclined to visit!

    I've just followed you on twitter @TuscanyActive; found you thanks to a RT by @RobertaK. Now off to check out the rest of your blog!

  12. Stephanie - Wasabimon.com

    Oooh! I'm going to be in Ixtapa in January! I might have to check this out, depending on the cost…

  13. jenhaupt

    I've done hydrotherapy but not this particular kind. It's really heavenly to get a massage in the water!

  14. Kris

    I would like to be in that pool right now, please!

  15. Anonymous

    loved the thalasso spas and the seawater pools in Ireland. They MUST come to the US. Tension, stress, toxins, are eliminated and you are left with the feeling of floating in heaven. Plus, since it's sea water/saltwater, you are naturally almost weightless.

  16. Mikel Matthews

    Le plus grand choix d’offres de séjours courte et longue durée toutes destination pour votre détente
    dans les meilleurs établissements tous standing de thalassothérapie
    Spa, sauna,hammam tous les forfaits vitalité en thalassothérapie
    hébergement tous standing en France et à l’étranger.
    Nous vous proposons le plus grand choix des spécialistes
    du bien-être et thalasso en ligne, de la remise en forme aux meilleurs prix toute l’année.
    Vous aussi chassez la fatigue et le stress offrez vous un séjours en thalassothérapie

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