Bespoke thermal rooms
Spa with the gods in our range of ancient Tepidarium, Caldarium or Laconium bespoke thermal rooms
Choose from Tepidarium, Caldarium or Laconium spas
Tepidarium spa warm room
A Tepidarium is a warm, dry thermal room that is usually part of a Roman bath complex. The Tepidarium was typically heated using underfloor heating. Most notably, modern installations are now thermostatically controlled and can have heated loungers.
Inside the room it’s close to body temperature and the interior is usually constructed from bisazza tiling. A bespoke tiled Tepidarium installation can also be further enhanced with chromatography mood lighting.
Caldarium spa hot room
Originally a hot room treatment with plunge bath, modern installations of a Caldarium have heated surfaces (usually a heated floor) that are driven by electric heating units or low pressure hot water (central heating) pipes within the curved benches, backrests and floor.
The radiant heat of a Caldarium treatment room stimulates circulation and regenerates the body’s natural energies. Caldarium’s in health clubs and gyms provide numerous therapeutic benefits, reducing joint pain and muscle aches and releasing a purifying sensation.
Laconium spa warm room
In a Laconium installation the walls, benches and floor are all tiled and thermostatically heated to a temperature of around 65c. It is a warm rather than stiflingly hot steam room and a good place to start your thermal journey.
Our bespoke Laconium spa installation offers a milder alternative to sweat therapy rooms and hot saunas. Typically, you spend 20 minutes in a Laconium followed by a warm steam shower.
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