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1. Aromabath - Bath using herbs and essential oils to induce relaxation and relieve stress.
Similar to a herbal body wrap.
2. Aromatherapy - Scents for therapeutic purpose.
3. Balneotherapy - Bath for therapeutic purpose.
4. Brine Baths - Therapeutic spa treatment where the client relaxes in a sea water or salt water bath.
5. Brossage - Polish skin treatment that uses a series of brushes and salicylic salt to exfoliate and brighten the skin.
6. Colonics - Washing out the colon 10-20 times over 45-60 minutes.
7. Compression Body Wrap - Body wrap technique used on selected parts of the client's body to remove cellulite and fatty deposits.
8. Contrast Bath - The immersion of a body part alternately in hot and cold water in one treatment
9. Cryotherapy - Cold for therapeutic purpose.
10. Depravation Room - Soundproof room with a water bed, the room is usually not more than a size of a bed and not more than 2-3 feet tall.
11. Endermatherapy - Reduction of cellulite for therapeutic purpose.
12. Esalen Massage - Gentle massage therapy technique that uses long, stroking movements.
13. Finnish Sauna - This sauna treatment is the traditional kind on which the modern saunas in most health clubs, gyms, and spas today are based upon. In a Finnish sauna, a fire heats a pile of stones until they are red hot. Water is then thrown on the stones to create steam. The client is then gently beaten with leafy birch twigs to stimulate circulation. The heat of the sauna helps to cleanse the client's body through perspiration.
14. Four Hand Massage - Two therapists working on one client, with both therapists having the same rhythm, technique, and pressure.
15. Fomentation - Local applications of moist heat to the body surface, usually made of wool and cotton to retain heat and moisture
16. Flotation Tank - Filled with approximately a foot of water, mixed with Epsom salts, at roughly the same temperature as the client's body. You float in this dark tank to promote relaxation.
17. Heliotherapy - Using sun for therapeutic purpose.
18. Herbal Body Wrap - Body wrap skin treatment used to relax muscles, soothe soreness, and soften skin. The client is wrapped in cloths previously soaked in aromatic herbs and hot water.
19. Hydrotherapy - Use of water for therapeutic purpose.
20. Hydrotub - Large tub containing high-powered jets and hand-manipulated hoses intended to perform underwater massage.
21. Infrared Spa Treatment - Spa heat treatment used to relax the client's muscles and improve circulation.
22. Lomi Lomi - Type of rhythmical, rocking massage originating in Hawaii.
23. Loofah Scrub - Full body scrub with a loofah sponge and sea salt usually mixed with a warm oil.
24. Lymph Drainage - Gentle and pulsating pressure of specific areas of the body located
around the lymph nodes and toward the heart.
25. Parafango - Combination of mud and paraffin wax.
26. Paraffin Bath - Melted paraffin (Wax) to dip body part in to build a paraffin glove to retain heat.
27. Paraffin Body Wrap - Body wrap treatment using hot oil and Japanese dry brushing techniques to remove dead skin cells, followed by a wax that is applied to the entire body for the benefit of a hydrating body wrap.
28. Pelotherapy or Fango - Therapeutic use of mud, peat moss, or clay. A spa skin treatment that uses mud high in minerals to remove toxins from the client's body, as well as loosen muscles and improve circulation.
29. Polish - Skin treatment using gentle, large sea sponges to cleanse, exfoliate, hydrate, and soften the skin.
30. Phytotherapy - Herbs, Plant oils or Extracts for therapeutic purpose.
31. Poultice - Plant or herb compress aimed at relieving pain, swelling, or irritation. The plant or herb itself is applied directly to the affected area, and then a cloth is wrapped over and around the plant or herb.
32. Pressotherapy - Treatment using pressure cuffs that improves circulation of blood in the feet.
33. Roman Bath - Bath that originally consisted of hot, warm, and cold pools, the term now usually applies to a hot tub or Jacuzzi with benches.
34. Russian Bath - Body steam given with the patient reclining and head outside the steam room or cabinet.
35. Salt Glow Skin Treatment - Skin treatment used to clean pores, remove dead skin cells,
and improve circulation; it begins with a brisk rub with a mixture of coarse salt, essential oils, and water. A gentle shower and body moisturizer that leaves the skin soft and glowing follows the rub.
36. Sauna - Dry heat, which increases body temperature and increases perspiration. May put strain on nasal passages, throat and lungs.
37. Scotch Hose - High powered water spray using hot or cold water. An excellent invigorating, energizing and cleansing treatment.
38. Shampoo - Soap and water together on one or all parts of the body.
39. Sitz Bath - Bath that uses a tub shaped like a chair. The client sits in the bath, with his or her legs and hips covered in hot water. Cold water is then added, and the feet are soaked in alternating containers of hot and cold water.
40. Skin Brushing - Exfoliating skin treatment that uses dry brushes to remove layers of dead skin cells and to improve circulation.
41. Sponging - Sponge to apply water, alcohol, or witch hazel to the body, usually for a cooling affect.
42. Steam Room - Area of wet, hot steam; promotes sweating, opening pores and ridding of toxins.
43. Swedish Shampoo - Shampoo given on a marble slab using soap and skin brushing, usually washing/rinsing one part at a time and drying briskly.
44. Swiss shower - Powerful water jets aimed at different parts of the body to create an invigorating massage.
45. Thalassotherapy - Seaweed for therapeutic purpose.
46. Thermaltherapy - Heat for therapeutic purpose.
47. Thermophore - Moist heat pack; heating unit wrapped in flannel, which absorbs moisture from the atmosphere.
48. Turkish Bath - Hot air bath (Dry sauna).
49. Vichy Shower - Massage treatment requires that the client lie on a waterproof, cushioned mat as water of varying temperatures is sprayed onto him or her by a number of water jets, followed by an exfoliating treatment like dulse scrub, loofah body scrub, or salt glow.
50. Watsu - Form of Shiatsu massage. The client hardly goes under the water but is cradled, rocked, and massaged while being held in the water.

SPA QUIZ
1. Aromabath
2. Aromatherapy
3. Balneotherapy
4. Brine Baths
5. Brossage
6. Colonics
7. Compression Body Wrap
8. Contrast Bath
9. Cryotherapy
10. Depravation Room
11. Endermatherapy
12. Esalen Massage
13. Finnish Sauna
14. Four Hand Massage
15. Fomentation
16. Flotation Tank
17. Heliotherapy
18. Herbal Body Wrap
19. Hydrotherapy
20. Hydrotub
21. Infrared Spa Treatment
22. Lomi Lomi
23. Loofah Scrub
24. Lymph Drainage
25. Parafango
26. Paraffin Bath
27. Paraffin Body Wrap
28. Pelotherapy or Fango
29. Polish
30. Phytotherapy
31. Poultice
32. Pressotherapy
33. Roman Bath
34. Russian Bath
35. Salt Glow Skin Treatment
36. Sauna
37. Scotch Hose
38. Shampoo
39. Sitz Bath
40. Skin Brushing
41. Sponging
42. Steam Room
43. Swedish Shampoo
44. Swiss shower
45. Thalassotherapy
46. Thermaltherapy
47. Thermophore
48. Turkish Bath
49. Vichy Shower
50. Watsu

____Skin treatment using gentle, large sea sponges to cleanse, exfoliate, hydrate, and soften the skin.
____Herbs, Plant oils or Extracts for therapeutic purpose.
____Bath for therapeutic purpose.
____The immersion of a body part alternately in hot and cold water in one treatment
____Bath using herbs and essential oils to induce relaxation and relieve stress. Similar to a herbal body wrap.
____Reduction of cellulite for therapeutic purpose.
____Therapeutic spa treatment where the client relaxes in a sea water or salt water bath.
____Polish skin treatment that uses a series of brushes and salicylic salt to exfoliate and brighten the skin.
____Gentle massage therapy technique that uses long, stroking movements.
____Scents for therapeutic purpose.
____Cold for therapeutic purpose.
____Two therapists working on one client, with both therapists having the same rhythm, technique, and pressure.
____Filled with approximately a foot of water, mixed with Epsom salts, at roughly the same temperature as the client's body. You float in this dark tank to promote relaxation.
____Washing out the colon 10-20 times over 45-60 minutes.
____Body wrap technique used on selected parts of the client's body to remove cellulite and fatty deposits.
____Soundproof room with a water bed, the room is usually not more than a size of a bed and not more than 2-3 feet tall.
____Local applications of moist heat to the body surface, usually made of wool and cotton to retain heat and moisture
____This sauna treatment is the traditional kind on which the modern saunas in most health clubs, gyms, and spas today are based upon. In a Finnish sauna, a fire heats a pile of stones until they are red hot. Water is then thrown on the stones to create steam. The client is then gently beaten with leafy birch twigs to stimulate circulation. The heat of the sauna helps to cleanse the client's body through perspiration.
____Using sun for therapeutic purpose.
____Large tub containing high-powered jets and hand-manipulated hoses intended to perform underwater massage.
____Gentle and pulsating pressure of specific areas of the body located around the lymph
nodes and toward the heart.
____Therapeutic use of mud, peat moss, or clay. A spa skin treatment that uses mud high in minerals to remove toxins from the client's body, as well as loosen muscles and improve circulation.
____Spa heat treatment used to relax the client's muscles and improve circulation.
____High powered water spray using hot or cold water. An excellent invigorating, energizing and cleansing treatment.
____Soap and water together on one or all parts of the body.
____Shampoo given on a marble slab using soap and skin brushing, usually washing/rinsing one part at a time and drying briskly.
____Body steam given with the patient reclining and head outside the steam room or cabinet.
____Powerful water jets aimed at different parts of the body to create an invigorating massage.
____Type of rhythmical, rocking massage originating in Hawaii.
____Combination of mud and paraffin wax.
____Body wrap treatment using hot oil and Japanese dry brushing techniques to remove dead skin cells, followed by a wax that is applied to the entire body for the benefit of a hydrating body wrap.
____Full body scrub with a loofah sponge and sea salt usually mixed with a warm oil.
____Treatment using pressure cuffs that improves circulation of blood in the feet.
____Body wrap skin treatment used to relax muscles, soothe soreness, and soften skin. The client is wrapped in cloths previously soaked in aromatic herbs and hot water.
____Use of water for therapeutic purpose.
____Bath that originally consisted of hot, warm, and cold pools, the term now usually applies to a hot tub or Jacuzzi with benches.
____Area of wet, hot steam; promotes sweating, opening pores and ridding of toxins.
____Skin treatment used to clean pores, remove dead skin cells, and improve circulation; it begins with a brisk rub with a mixture of coarse salt, essential oils, and water. A gentle shower and body moisturizer that leaves the skin soft and glowing follows the rub.
____Seaweed for therapeutic purpose.
____Dry heat, which increases body temperature and increases perspiration. May put strain on nasal passages, throat and lungs.
____Bath that uses a tub shaped like a chair. The client sits in the bath, with his or her legs and hips covered in hot water. Cold water is then added, and the feet are soaked in alternating containers of hot and cold water.
____Hot air bath (Dry sauna).
____Exfoliating skin treatment that uses dry brushes to remove layers of dead skin cells and to improve circulation.
____Sponge to apply water, alcohol, or witch hazel to the body, usually for a cooling affect.
____ Form of Shiatsu massage. The client hardly goes under the water but is cradled, rocked, and massaged while being held in the water.
____Heat for therapeutic purpose.
____Moist heat pack; heating unit wrapped in flannel, which absorbs moisture from the atmosphere.
____Massage treatment requires that the client lie on a waterproof, cushioned mat as water of varying temperatures is sprayed onto him or her by a number of water jets, followed by an exfoliating treatment like dulse scrub, loofah body scrub, or salt glow.
____Melted paraffin (Wax) to dip body part in to build a paraffin glove to retain heat.
____Plant or herb compress aimed at relieving pain, swelling, or irritation. The plant or herb itself is applied directly to the affected area, and then a cloth is wrapped over and around the plant or herb.

SPA ANSWERS
1. Aromabath
2. Aromatherapy
3. Balneotherapy
4. Brine Baths
5. Brossage
6. Colonics
7. Compression Body Wrap
8. Contrast Bath
9. Cryotherapy
10. Depravation Room
11. Endermatherapy
12. Esalen Massage
13. Finnish Sauna
14. Four Hand Massage
15. Fomentation
16. Flotation Tank
17. Heliotherapy
18. Herbal Body Wrap
19. Hydrotherapy
20. Hydrotub
21. Infrared Spa Treatment
22. Lomi Lomi
23. Loofah Scrub
24. Lymph Drainage
25. Parafango
26. Paraffin Bath
27. Paraffin Body Wrap
28. Pelotherapy or Fango
29. Polish
30. Phytotherapy
31. Poultice
32. Pressotherapy
33. Roman Bath
34. Russian Bath
35. Salt Glow Skin Treatment
36. Sauna
37. Scotch Hose
38. Shampoo
39. Sitz Bath
40. Skin Brushing
41. Sponging
42. Steam Room
43. Swedish Shampoo
44. Swiss shower
45. Thalassotherapy
46. Thermaltherapy
47. Thermophore
48. Turkish Bath
49. Vichy Shower
50. Watsu

29. Skin treatment using gentle, large sea sponges to cleanse, exfoliate, hydrate, and soften the skin.
30. Herbs, Plant oils or Extracts for therapeutic purpose.
3. Bath for therapeutic purpose.
8. The immersion of a body part alternately in hot and cold water in one treatment
1. Bath using herbs and essential oils to induce relaxation and relieve stress. Similar to a herbal body wrap.
11. Reduction of cellulite for therapeutic purpose.
4. Therapeutic spa treatment where the client relaxes in a sea water or salt water bath.
5. Polish skin treatment that uses a series of brushes and salicylic salt to exfoliate and brighten the skin.
12. Gentle massage therapy technique that uses long, stroking movements.
2. Scents for therapeutic purpose.
9. Cold for therapeutic purpose.
14. Two therapists working on one client, with both therapists having the same rhythm, technique, and pressure.
16. Filled with approximately a foot of water, mixed with Epsom salts, at roughly the same temperature as the client's body. You float in this dark tank to promote relaxation.
6. Washing out the colon 10-20 times over 45-60 minutes.
7. Body wrap technique used on selected parts of the client's body to remove cellulite and fatty deposits.
10. Soundproof room with a water bed, the room is usually not more than a size of a bed and not more than 2-3 feet tall.
15. Local applications of moist heat to the body surface, usually made of wool and cotton to retain heat and moisture
13. This sauna treatment is the traditional kind on which the modern saunas in most health clubs, gyms, and spas today are based upon. In a Finnish sauna, a fire heats a pile of stones until they are red hot. Water is then thrown on the stones to create steam. The client is then gently beaten with leafy birch twigs to stimulate circulation. The heat of the sauna helps to cleanse the client's body through perspiration.
17. Using sun for therapeutic purpose.
20. Large tub containing high-powered jets and hand-manipulated hoses intended to perform underwater massage.
24. Gentle and pulsating pressure of specific areas of the body located around the lymph nodes and toward the heart.
28. Therapeutic use of mud, peat moss, or clay. A spa skin treatment that uses mud high in minerals to remove toxins from the client's body, as well as loosen muscles and improve circulation.
21. Spa heat treatment used to relax the client's muscles and improve circulation.
37. High powered water spray using hot or cold water. An excellent invigorating, energizing and cleansing treatment.
38. Soap and water together on one or all parts of the body.
43. Shampoo given on a marble slab using soap and skin brushing, usually washing/rinsing one part at a time and drying briskly.
34. Body steam given with the patient reclining and head outside the steam room or cabinet.
44. Powerful water jets aimed at different parts of the body to create an invigorating massage.
22. Type of rhythmical, rocking massage originating in Hawaii.
25. Combination of mud and paraffin wax.
27. Body wrap treatment using hot oil and Japanese dry brushing techniques to remove dead skin cells, followed by a wax that is applied to the entire body for the benefit of a hydrating body wrap.
23. Full body scrub with a loofah sponge and sea salt usually mixed with a warm oil.
32. Treatment using pressure cuffs that improves circulation of blood in the feet.
18. Body wrap skin treatment used to relax muscles, soothe soreness, and soften skin. The client is wrapped in cloths previously soaked in aromatic herbs and hot water.
19. Use of water for therapeutic purpose.
33. Bath that originally consisted of hot, warm, and cold pools, the term now usually applies to a hot tub or Jacuzzi with benches.
42. Area of wet, hot steam; promotes sweating, opening pores and ridding of toxins.
35. Skin treatment used to clean pores, remove dead skin cells, and improve circulation; it begins with a brisk rub with a mixture of coarse salt, essential oils, and water. A gentle shower and body moisturizer that leaves the skin soft and glowing follows the rub.
45. Seaweed for therapeutic purpose.
36. Dry heat, which increases body temperature and increases perspiration. May put strain on nasal passages, throat and lungs.
39. Bath that uses a tub shaped like a chair. The client sits in the bath, with his or her legs and hips covered in hot water. Cold water is then added, and the feet are soaked in alternating containers of hot and cold water.
48. Hot air bath (Dry sauna).
40. Exfoliating skin treatment that uses dry brushes to remove layers of dead skin cells and to improve circulation.
41. Sponge to apply water, alcohol, or witch hazel to the body, usually for a cooling affect.
50. Form of Shiatsu massage. The client hardly goes under the water but is cradled, rocked, and massaged while being held in the water.
46. Heat for therapeutic purpose.
47. Moist heat pack; heating unit wrapped in flannel, which absorbs moisture from the atmosphere.
49. Massage treatment requires that the client lie on a waterproof, cushioned mat as water of varying temperatures is sprayed onto him or her by a number of water jets, followed by an exfoliating treatment like dulse scrub, loofah body scrub, or salt glow.
26. Melted paraffin (Wax) to dip body part in to build a paraffin glove to retain heat.
31. Plant or herb compress aimed at relieving pain, swelling, or irritation. The plant or herb itself is applied directly to the affected area, and then a cloth is wrapped over and around the plant or herb.

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