Passengers in transit at the main Italian airport of Fiumicino (Rome) can now make use of an exclusive dry float spa available within the boarding area. RestArt offers an immersive experience of 10, 20 or 30 minutes through which body and mind regenerate, while getting relief from the side effects of jet lag and flight anxiety.
RestArt is a project 100 per cent made in Italy, designed and realised by Starpool, an Italian company based in the heart of the Dolomites, and has been operating in the wellness field for more than 40 years.
It is a real dry float spa with two private rooms to enjoy an innovative and powerful dry floatation system, modern heir of traditional sensory deprivation tanks. The high-tech dry floatation solution boosts relaxation and can be practiced listening to mindfulness exercises in audio-guides or chill-out music tracks included in the rooms. Coloured lights and a delicate lumbar massage can be activated at will, as well as duration: 10 (RestArt Refresh), 20 (RestArt Restore) or 30 minutes (RestArt Regenerate) where rhythms slow down like in a dream.
No need to undress or to get wet. You just need to lie down and let it go. Suspended in 400 litres of warm water thanks to a unique and patented system, you are free to float in a state of weightlessness.
“We are ready to face this new challenge and cannot wait to receive the first feedbacks from travellers who visit RestArt,” Riccardo Turri, Starpool CEO, says, “Dry floatation has been one of the most intense projects at Starpool since 2016: we strongly believe it represents the future of wellness. We would like to thank Fiumicino Airport for its valuable cooperation and we are ready to offer a regenerating break to passengers from all over the world.”
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