The world’s only floating spa resort – but does ‘hydro healing’ actually work?

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While researching my book, Forest Therapy, I discovered that reconnecting with nature was an invaluable resource that we frazzled humans have to cure a series of man-made, handmade ills – and it isn’t just the whisper of the trees we should listen to, but also the soothing beats of water.

Our bodies are 60 per cent water (our brains 75 per cent), so it makes sense that we are awash with a need for it. Looking at it, drinking it, exercising in it, inhaling its vapour: water therapy, or hydrotherapy, can ease aches, reduce anxiety, improve memory and boost overall fitness and flexibility. 

There is no better place to experience the benefits of water than at the Lake Austin Spa Resort, the world’s…

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