Water Feature Company Providing Total-Sensory Healing

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Ocean Water Features provides Aqua Skin Care centre with soothing water features to help clients relax during treatment.

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Water Features create an atmosphere beneficial for healing

Blackburn based Ocean Water Features is helping patients at the Aqua Skin Care centre in St. Ives relax and recover whilst they undergo treatment. The Lancashire Company provided the centre with a number of different soothing and relaxing features. Guests are benefitting from total sensory relaxation, helping them feel at ease with the treatment that they are receiving.

Bubble Walls were added throughout a number of rooms in the centre to help improve the aura and sense of relaxation throughout the building. Guests can enjoy the elegant ballet of the liquid orbs silently and majestically glide around them. The walls can be customised to allow for different colours and hues to be emitted creating different sensations. Different colours evoke a rainbow of emotions in patients so are carefully chosen to effectively aid relaxation and recovery.

The Bubble Walls also serve to distract the guests from often daunting treatments and allows them to concentrate on something painless and natural. Following the path and flight of bubbles can allay the fears within.

Bubbles penetrate a simplistic and natural part of our psyche that has been prevalent since childhood. The inoffensive and unpredictable nature of bubbles captures imaginations wherever they float. The surface of bubbles billow in and out as they move defying simple logic and reason; adding to the splendour of their existence.

Modern holistic therapy techniques stress the importance of relaxation upon the healing process. Without our minds being relaxed and concentrated on the healing process, it cannot completely accept the therapy or treatment that it is undergoing.

Water has long played a significant role in the psychological welfare of human beings. Waterfalls and fountains have been used in the art of relaxation for thousands and thousands of years. The first recorded fountain was built in approximately 2000BC in in the ancient Sumerian city of Lagash (now modern day Iraq) and have been present in all of the great ancient civilisations. The Chinese and Japanese famously draw inspiration from water features, both natural and man-made.

About The Company:

Ocean Water Features are harnessing the ancient and timeless belief that water has deep, effective benefits on everybody’s psychological and physiological welfare. They provide a range of products and services such as Bubble Tubes, Bubble Walls, Water Panels and many more. Their products have been used in a wide range of different mediums and venues such as spas, restaurants, bars, hotels and shops.

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