Onsen at peak wellbeing
Detox and soothe your muscules and bones
Relax and Reconnect
An urban oasis tucked away in the western suburb of Richmond, just outside the city.
Peak Wellbeing Restorative Centre is an wholistic health centre; offering Onsen, Tea Garden, a range of physical therapies, meditation styles, nutrition and healing modalities and coaching suitable for every body.
Want to soothe or detox your muscles and bones?
Soak in Adelaide’s hybrid Hydrotherapy Onsen.
Our Magnesium Chloride and Potassium Chloride waters have numerous mental and physical health benefits.
Option to soak in the minerals and let the healing energies of water do the work at 39-40 degrees or Book in for a hydrotherapy session and facilitate the strengthening and conditioning of your body in 36-37 degree mineral water.
Please see terms and conditions at the bottom of our website for bookings.
What is a Hybrid Hydrotherapy Onsen VS Traditional Onsen?
Traditionally, Onsen are hot, natural mineral springs in Japan.
There are many types of mineral springs around the world.
You may have heard of thermal pools or hot springs? Each hot spring hosts different mineral content (said to have unique healing properties) and vary in temperature.
Many locations harness the water and build around them, creating spa areas; some of which are world famous.
Non-traditional, indoor centres are also common and many simply consist of hot tap water, but not all.
contraindications and other important information about
Onsen bathing, Aqua Classes and Hydrotherapy have numerous benefits, however as with all things, there are contraindications and cautions to be considered and is not advised for everyone.
Please see your doctor before booking and you must advise at time of making a booking if you are suffering from or affected by any medical condition/s that might be complicated or exacerbated by your use of our Onsen or which may necessitate increased supervision or a priority medical response, including but not limited to:
- During pregnancy and after the birth of your child
- Pre and post surgery
- Pre and post cancer, chemotherapy or radiation treatments
- Balance disorder
- Uncontrolled diabetes
- Severe or uncontrolled kidney, lung, liver or heart conditions
- Severe oedema
- significant body weakness or fatigue involving severe anaemia and, or blood pressure imbalances
- Elderly and people needing extra support are advised not to soak alone
- You are not able to enter the onsen if you are menstruating
- You are not able to enter the onsen if you are under the age of 12 (years 12 to 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
- You are not able to enter the onsen with any open cuts or wounds
- You are not able to enter the onsen or our premises if you are under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
*For further information about other contraindications or conditions requiring consideration, please contact us at the centre and we can discuss with you.
preparation and what to bring with you for your onsen session.
- The day before and on the day, you will need to hydrate well, even more so if its a hot day either side of the visit
- bathers (in case you are in a public session and you dont want to bathe traditional – naked)
- body wash cloth / sponge (we supply body wash)
- water bottle (not glass)
- easy slip on shoes and comfy clothes or PJ’s if you plan to hop straight into bed after
- hair tie (hair doesn’t go in the water)
- will need to be clear of any deodorant, make-up, fake tan or skin creams (although you will wash before you go in as part of the sacred bathing process)
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