How is a mud therapy session organized?
It is a veritable thermal ritual that lasts around 40/45 minutes overall. At the arranged time, the thermal operator will have you lying in your dedicated room; the room is made of a bed for mud therapy, a shower and a bathtub.
Mud is already spread on the bed, in order to bring it to the temperature indicated by the doctor who made the admission examination (mud has to be cooled down!). Once you lie down on the bed, the operator covers the areas of your body indicated by the doctor with the thermal mud, and wraps you with blankets that reduce heat loss. In this way, you can relax for 15/20 minutes. After this pause time, the operator frees you from the mud under the thermal water-shower and helps you going into the bathtub filled with thermal water with an addition of ozone, in which you lie for about 13/15 minutes.
In the end, once you are dry off, you can wear your bathrobe again and go back to your room, or take a break in one of the relax areas of the hotel, for a little rest. In this phase, your body eliminates the heat absorbed during mud therapy with a plentiful perspiration.