You walk with your legs almost up to the knee inside special tanks with the bottom covered with pebbles polished in an alternation of hot and cold water.
This is the essence of the Kneipp path that takes its name from the German doctor who conceived it and is one of the most used hydrotherapy treatments in spas and thalassotherapy centers.
The hot water, which generally has a temperature of 30-34 ° C, serves to give a feeling of relaxation and well-being, the cold one, held on average at 18-20 ° C, is useful to give tone and invigorate the body.
Their alternation therefore creates a thermal shock that in the whole induces a stimulation of the circulatory and immune system.
The journey begins and ends, which must last at least 30 minutes, always with hot water. The stones present on the bottom exert an effective natural plantar massage that oxygenates the tissues, reducing the sense of swelling and heaviness of the lower limbs.