Many people consider spa music as a genre even though it isn’t true. I have visited several spa centers, and I can say that the music they play has its charm. But it isn’t about songs they play but the whole experience that includes those songs.
I was at the Cheltenham Spa Center, and their choice of music made me realize an impact that good music can make if it is carefully chosen. My visit to this spa was excellent, and it prompted me to share my thoughts about music and how it can elevate the feeling of satisfaction.
It’s all about the service
The music in a spa center is a part of the whole experience that determines whether you had a good time or not. Massage is excellent as it relaxes your body and the music is there to complement it and transfer the feeling of relaxation to the mental level as well.
It’s impossible to relax in a spa center if you have dozens of problems going through the head. Music is there to prevent you from overthinking about stuff that you have little to no power to change. Music isn’t there just to distract you from stressful thoughts as it is also there to calm you and make it possible to think happy thoughts and enjoy the experience in the spa.
CDs that you might want to hear
Slow and calming music is perfect for a spa experience. Many say that spa music is a unique genre and that might hold a grain of truth as some creators make music that helps people relax.
“Musical Massage” is an excellent example of successful spa music. It has a soothing tone as well as slow rhythm, and you can’t help but relax once it starts playing.
“Wave Hands Like Clouds” is composed by Beudi Siebert. It has strong eastern influence which makes his music beautiful and exciting.
These two are my favorites that I first overheard in the Cheltenham Spa Center. There is a lot of music that is similar to these two, and a visit to the spa will help you find music that relaxes you.