Caldarium


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Caldarium

The hot room in a Roman bath.

caldarium

The hot plunge in a Roman bath.
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1998) The primitive red algae Cyanidium caldarium and Cyanidioschyzone merolae as model system for investigating the dividing apparatus of mitochondria and plastids.
Tego Stemlastin is a standardized extract of Cyanidium caldarium, a red microalgae extract, that is said to combat the appearance of chronological aging.
This included an aromatherapy crystal steam room, Caldarium Roman baths, experience showers, 2ft spas, a hydrotherapy pool, an ice cave, Roman salt steam, traditional Finnish sauna and sanarium - which at around 60degC is not as hot or dry as a classic sauna.
5) Je pense notamment au zodiaque du caldarium, aux scenes montrant la construction d'un edifice a Qusayr 'Amra ou aux representations de Ge a Qasr al-Hayr al-Gharbi.
Cyanidium caldarium (Tilden) Geitler (Cyanidiaceae, Cyanidiophyceae), nueva cita para la flora algal continental espanola.
The 50,000 sq ft spa complex covers two floors with a hydro pool, sound-wave therapy beds as well as a tepidarium, caldarium, Roman and heat saunas, tropicarium, hydropool and ice fountain.
Setting a new benchmark in leisure, The Mere's health club and spa is among the finest in the North West, with facilities including a 20-metre swimming pool, a hydrotherapy vitality pool and a "thermal zone", complete with hammam, caldarium, aroma steam room, salt infusion and experience showers.
After a dip in the infinity hydrotherapy pool I decided to try out the full thermal experience which includes various climate rooms (all explained on the wall) from the Laconium and Aroma Grotto to the Herb Caldarium room, each individual room boosts your skin and respiratory system to leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.
Whether under the stars or indoors, winter or summer alike, the set of three Roman Baths (tepidarium, caldarium then frigidarium) provide contrasting sensations never to be forgotten.
They comprise a laconium, where heat is provided through a stove, ceramic walls and benches, a caldarium, which is a gentler version of a steam room, a sauna and a hammam.