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JK Group introduces new touchless holistic relaxation bed to stimulate the senses
25 Oct 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
Wellsystem Spa_Complete is the next generation of JK Group‘s original dry-water massage technology, named Hydrojet.
We believe our service can broaden a spa’s client base and revenue and could be seen as an effective and immediate solution to many of the issues currently facing the industry
– Gary Lipman
Germany-based wellness, lifestyle and healthcare equipment supplier JK Group has launched a new touchless treatment concept bed to attract and introduce new clients into the spa environment.

The contact-free experience is centred around a head-to-toe heated, dry hydrotherapy massage enhanced with light, colour, sound and smell.

During the ritual, the treatment bed surface ergonomically surrounds the shoulder and neck area, allowing the massage jet to move around the entire shoulder muscles.

A large, rotatable touch display screen also enables simple guest operation and allows them to control the intensity of accompanying chromotherapy and aromatherapy options.

According to JK Group, the bed’s LED colour light programme and skincare-focused LED radiance settings were developed alongside a lighting biologist.

Guests can select from a green Relax light; an orange-red Recharge light; a sky-blue Activate light; a Radiance red light which cares for the skin; or the Rainbow programme to experience all light options during the massage.

A sound system with an integrated SD card complements the experience with relaxing music and meditative sounds. Plus, guests can also connect their own smartphone via Bluetooth to enjoy their own music or podcasts.

“The combination of massage, light therapy, aroma and sound delivers a sensory world of relaxation that can increase wellbeing and have numerous positive effects on the body and mind,” Gary Lipman, managing director of JK Group, tells Spa Business.

"The Wellsystem Spa_Complete has been designed to have broad appeal for spas as it requires minimal space, doesn’t need a dedicated treatment room, allows guests to remain clothed and includes no direct staff costs or training.

“We also believe that a service that’s able to broaden a spa’s client base and revenue could be seen as an effective and immediate solution to many of the issues currently facing the industry,” he adds.

Wellsystem Spa_Complete is the next generation of JK Group‘s original dry-water massage technology, named Hydrojet.
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