This autumn Ermitage Bel Air – Medical Hotel have once again teamed up with the University of Milan’s Institute of Physical Exercise, Health and Sports to offer their Scientific Research Therapeutic Mud and Spa Treatments Programme to help you get back in shape!
After last June’s research session, from 26 October to 2 November, a new programme will explore the effects on physiological well-being of thermal treatments which favour “Weight loss and the Regaining of Fitness: Metabolic Syndrome and the Prevention of Cardiovascular Risk”.
The 2013 Scientific Research programme includes the support of specialist medical staff and the constant supervision of nutrition and sports medicine professionals who are to join forces to provide a comprehensive and safe weight-loss program devised in accordance with medical and scientific principles.
Participants are eligible for reduction of €430 on the regular price of the Ermitage – Medical Hotel FIT Programme.
The price, which includes a free physiological check-up, is €850 per person instead of €1280.
A further reduction of €100 is available to anyone presenting an SSN document with the wording “fanghi + bagni termali terapeutici” – “mud + therapeutic thermal baths”. This document is available from your GP in Italy or a maybe available for a GP in your country of origin.
Our autumn 2013 offer includes a 7 night full-board stay at the comfortable Ermitage Bel Air – Medical Hotel, and includes medical care, check-ups and physiological spa treatments and therapies including:
- 5 complete spa treatment cycles with mature clay wraps, ozonised thermal bath and a muscle reaction massage .
- 5 personalised cardio-fitness training sessions with a professional personal trainer
- personalised nutrition plan for the duration of your stay
- a programme of gym, aqua-aerobics and breathing exercise sessions
- an End of Programme Medical during which tests will be repeated to verify results and each participant will receive a personalized physiological check-up report which includes post-program dietary recommendations