Wellness and Swimming Pool

Offers new possibilities for relaxation and active spending of free time.

Bohemia-lázně a.s. built a modern Wellness & Spa centre, which will offer besides traditional spa treatments also new relaxation methods and active ways to spend your leisure time. The base of the rehabilitation centre includes a relaxation pool 12 x 5 m large, equipped with a counter stream, waterspout and bubble massage bench.

Clients using this pool may enjoy warm baths available in the sauna corner such as Finnish sauna, steam sauna or infra-sauna. To cool yourself down you may use the ice chamber or shower spouts. In addition to these procedures, for a small fee our clients may try a relaxation massage (reflex foot massage, hot lava stone massage, aromatherapy massage, anti-cellulite massage, bamboo stick massage) and various baths (hydro-puncture or mineral bath).

Swimming pool

Opening hours
Morning – reserved for spa operations

  • Mon – Fri 8:00 – 15:30. – rehabilitation exercises and swimming for regular spa guests (capacity approximately 12 – 14 persons)
  • Sat 7:00 – 12:00. – rehabilitation exercises and swimming for regular spa guests

Afternoon – commercial operation – open to the general public, prices based on valid pricelist

  • Mon – Fri 16:00 – 21:00 – swimming pool, saunas, massages, baths
  • Sat 12:00 – 21:00 – swimming pool, saunas, massages, baths
  • Sun 9:00 – 21:00 – swimming pool, saunas, massages, baths

It is a relaxation, rectangular indoor swimming pool made of reinforced concrete with integrated stairs on its shorter side and close to the room entrance door. The swimming pool depth is 1.2 m. The pool is fitted with basic water treatment technology and equipped with underwater niche lights and attractions – counter streams, a waterspout, bubble bath massage bench and hydro-massage in a wall and for a massage bench.

The swimming pool is filled with thermal water and also with water from regular water distribution system in 49:51 ratio. The temperature in the relaxation swimming pool is kept between 30 and 31 °C. During morning hours the swimming pool is used by regular spa guests.

Reflexive feet massages

Body acupuncture system used as a diagnostic and therapeutic method also includes several micro-systems. Here you will find points which correspond with various body organs and influence their functions. The best known micro-system is the auricle. As far as acupressure massages are concerned, the most important micro-system is located in the foot plantar area. This plantar area contains points connected to all organs in our body. If these individual zones are massaged, functions of the relevant organs and systems of organs are equalized and a well-balanced status is achieved (equilibrium). Manual massage is done by a professional masseuse. This type of massage focuses on elimination of pathological reflective conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system, most often around the spine and the autonomic nervous system. Regular massage can affect blood flow to various organs and accelerate removal (washout) of toxic substances from the body, improve blood circulation and accelerate regeneration process of the entire body.

Length of procedure: 50 minutes, paid by the client


Hot Stone Therapy

Hot stone massage is a popular procedure which brings relaxation, relief and improves your overall well-being. Lava stones are of basaltic origin, accumulate heat easily and radiate extremely strong vibration energy. Hot stones with a temperature between 45 and 50 °C are used during the massage, but are also placed on various parts of your body. They are placed into client’s palms, on the back and at various energy centres all over the client’s body. During the massage the stones get gradually cooler and the masseuse replaces them with hot ones. This creates a deeper relaxation effect, the body releases tension, spasms and stiffness. It also rejuvenates tissues, improves overall blood circulation and strengthens lymphatic and  immune system. This massage achieves overall balance of the body energy as well as its entire harmonization.

Length of procedure: 50 minutes, paid by the client


Aromatherapy / Massage

Aromatherapy / massage is a procedure where various fragrances are used in order to achieve the desired effects. During this procedure the therapist applies gentle touches, strokes and essential oils all over the body – from your head to the tips of your toes. These oils penetrate deeply through the skin into your body where they relax your muscles and tendons and thus improving the condition of your musculoskeletal system. This massage activates the entire lymphatic system and promotes quality sleep.
Inhalation of aromatic fragrances soothes the olfactory centre and the nervous system. This initiates various reactions, mostly emotional reactions. The body may either relax or be stimulated. Aromatic fragrances evoke changes in your mind, which will put you in a positive mood and give you a sense of well-being and joy.

Length of procedure: 50 minutes, paid by the client


Anti-cellulite massage

Besides a healthy diet and regular exercise, a suitable addition in the fight against cellulite is an anti-cellulite massage. The procedure is applied mainly to the most exposed places, that is the lower limbs, buttocks and belly. The therapist performs a targeted massage and touches certain spots which activate the lymph and help with detoxification of your body. The lymphatic system washes away toxins and deposits from underneath your skin – which we are all familiar with – those little unpleasant bumps. After treatment the therapist applies a compression wrap to massaged spots and you will rest.

Length of procedure: 50 minutes paid by the client


Bamboo sticks massage

Thanks to its drainage effect, a bamboo sticks massage is a very effective method how to improve lymphatic system and stimulate your muscles. The massage is done using bamboo oil and preheated bamboo sticks of different sizes – based on the size of your body which is being massaged. The therapist massages the entire body including your face and feet. By pressing harder on certain bamboo sticks the pressure exerted on your muscles is higher and improves blood flow.
It offers excellent relieving, soothing, reflexology and lymphatic properties, it stimulates nerves and muscle fibres and has a particularly beneficial effect on cellulite and swellings, reduces back pain, relieves tension and muscle stiffness.
However, in addition to some unpleasant contraindications which massages may cause, let us give you a few extra recommendations. This massage may not be pleasant for very skinny persons.

Length of procedure: 50 minutes paid by the client


General recommendations when taking a massage (please consult your physician):

  • Oncological and cardiovascular diseases
  • Fever, acute infectious or inflammatory diseases, regular colds
  • Severe bleeding (haemophilia, leukaemia)
  • Alcohol intoxication and influence of psychotropic substances
  • Hyperthyroidism (increased thyroid function)
  • Chronic kidney diseases
  • Acute rashes, scars, moles, sunburns, large skin injuries
  • Varicose veins
  • Menstruation, pregnancy
  • high, low or fluctuating blood pressure
  • epilepsy
  • You should not take a massage immediately after a meal


Finnish sauna

Traditional procedure used by Nordic nations and the ancient Romans. This type of sauna belongs to the hypothermic treatment methods, that is a method which utilizes the effect of dry hot air, temperature between 80 and 100 °C and maximum humidity of 12%. You stay in the sauna 10 or 15 minutes. Then you have to cool yourself down with cold water. After a short rest the entire procedure may be repeated 2 or 3 times. Sauna supports anti-stress gene mechanisms and positively affects regeneration and relaxation of the entire body. It is a very efficient training for your cardiovascular system.


Steam bath

Steam bath / steam sauna is a warm fogy bath (approximately 45 °C, humidity up to 100 %), similar to a regular sauna. However, when compared with the regular sauna, steam bath is not so hot and is much more humid. The length of stay in a hot bath depends on individual preferences, but it usually ranges between 10 and 20 minutes. Lukewarm shower is recommended when you finish your steam bath. It is not necessary to cool yourself down quickly with cold water. The intensity of the cooling process is different for each of us and should be based on individual feelings and experiences. In addition to showering you may also use cool air. In order to obtain pleasant feelings warming and cooling phases are usually repeated 2 to 3 times.  Positive effects of steam sauna include muscle and mental relaxation, relief for sore muscles and joints, detoxification, acceleration of metabolism, skin cleansing, overall refreshment and recovery, and respiratory route cleaning, etc.



The heat source used in infra-sauna is not a regular stove, but an electric infra heater producing radiation heat, which goes deep but gently through your skin tissue, muscles and if given enough time, even down to your joints. Inside the infra-cabin the temperature ranges from 40 °C up to maximum of 60 °C and the air humidity is between 2-6 %. Based on this fact, clients better tolerate the heat. Stay in infra-sauna has positive effects on the human body – increases the expansibility of collagen tissues, reduces joint stiffness and muscle spasms, reduces pain, increases blood flow, stimulates immune system, and it is also suitable for treatment of skin diseases and helps increase weight loss.


Ice chamber

It is a cabin where your body is cooled after a stay in sauna, or after another type of “heating” or warming procedure. The side walls of the cabin are made of cooling panels covered with ice / frost, which cools the cabin down to approximately 3 – 5 °C.
The ice generator also creates crushed ice, which may be used to quickly cool down individual parts of the body. Repeated heating and cooling of the body during sauna sessions increase blood flow and activate the immune system.