Beauty and Spa in Germany
In Germany, the Sunday sauna trip is practically a religion. No wonder then, that Germans are so obsessed with wellness – a sort of active relaxation where brisk mountain walks, dips in frigid water and fantastic but healthy meals are packed in alongside sinfully luxurious time in sauna and on the massage table.
If you are looking for some relaxing wellness treatments in Germany as a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life then do not be late to visit wellness centers in Germany from beauty parlours to a feel-good sauna, from holistic hairdressers to the elegant day spa, from tips for stress relief to yoga studios.
"Wellness" has a very broad meaning in Germany, self-tested cures for hangovers clash with measures against a bad mood and physical fitness activities to shape up. This can be as easy as a stroll around lake Müggelsee but also a wellness session in a hotel resort or a ladies' night at a hammam.
Germany’s fourth Liangste branch offers many kinds of traditional Chinese massages in 400 sq m premises. You can be pampered with a reflexology massage or Emperor’s massage from well qualified masseuses in high quality surroundings on couches imported from China.
Wooden panelling on the walls that once kept Brandenburg’s cows company in their stalls is the only reminder of a cow shed in the spa at the Soho House Berlin. Otherwise everything is pure luxury. Besides a steam bath, sauna and Hamam, there are many alcoves separated by curtains where you can relax with a manicure, pedicure and various massages.
Here you can leave behind everyday stress along with your worldly goods in the locker and dive into a world of sound, light and well-being. You can try out the liquid-sound tsanks, relax in the sauna or be pampered with a massage. Tip: Live music from Thursday to Monday.