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Top Bath picks

  1. Sydney City Thai Massage and SpaSydney City Thai Massage and Spa
    737-739 George Street Level 1, Haymarket 2000
  2. Nice Relaxing Thai Massage & SpaNice Relaxing Thai Massage & Spa
    713 George Street, Haymarket 2000
  3. Vibe AyurvedaVibe Ayurveda
    2/16 The Link, Mill Park 3082
  4. Good Time Day SpaGood Time Day Spa
    15 Station Street, Oakleigh 3166
  5. Nada Thai Massage and SpaNada Thai Massage and Spa
    23 Cabot Dr, Altona North, VIC 3025, Australia, Altona North 3025
  6. 1028 Mornington Day Spa1028 Mornington Day Spa
    1028 Nepean Highway, Mornington 3931
  7. Lotus Skin Care CliniqueLotus Skin Care Clinique
    137 Georges River Road, Croydon Park 2133
  8. Zen Day SpaZen Day Spa
    116-118 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst 2010
  9. Spa NirvanaSpa Nirvana
    45 McNamara Avenue, Airport West 3042
  10. Zara Beauty and Hair SalonZara Beauty and Hair Salon
    113 Sydney Road, Coburg 3058
  11. Regimen MassageRegimen Massage
    Shop 6A/ 168 Gowan Road, Sunnybank Hills 4109
  12. Tang Spa Beauty Massage - ArtarmonTang Spa Beauty Massage - Artarmon
    Shop 1 44 Hampden Road, Artarmon 2064
  13. Charlotte's Harmony Beauty TherapyCharlotte's Harmony Beauty Therapy
    22 Mavron Street, Ashwood, VIC 3147, Ashwood 3147
  14. Tang Spa Beauty Massage - George StTang Spa Beauty Massage - George St
    103 375 George Street, Sydney CBD 2000
  15. Tang Spa Beauty Massage - GlebeTang Spa Beauty Massage - Glebe
    Shop 2, 287 Broadway, Glebe 2037
  1. Nature Thai Massage - BalwynNature Thai Massage - Balwyn
    235A Whitehorse Road, Balwyn 3103
  2. Thai Soul Massage & SpaThai Soul Massage & Spa
    324 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick 3185
  3. Signature Day Spa Wellness CentreSignature Day Spa Wellness Centre
    77 Parramatta Road, Camperdown 2050
  4. Amara Wellness CentreAmara Wellness Centre
    Level 1 / Suite 3 597-601 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056
  5. Biiu Day SpaBiiu Day Spa
    Shop B026 / 345 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067
  6. Queen Nails & BeautyQueen Nails & Beauty
    250 Clarendon St, South Melbourne 3205
  7. Anahata TherapiesAnahata Therapies
    17 Myahgah Road, Mosman 2088
  8. Blanc SpaBlanc Spa
    572 Malvern Road, Prahran 3181
  9. Skintrition - Clinic & SpaSkintrition - Clinic & Spa
    339 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn 3103
  10. Fleur De Lys MedispaFleur De Lys Medispa
    2A Queen Street, Woollahra 2025
  11. Mens Body WorksMens Body Works
    267 Bridge Road, Richmond 3121


In the wise words of Sylvia Plath, "There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won’t cure, but I don’t know many of them." In Europe and Japan, bathing is widely accepted as a therapeutic activity. Even the Ancient Romans recognised the importance of a nice soak, and enjoyed bathing and socialise, often at the same time.

A spa bath usually takes place in a private room. It can be just for you but if you’re feeling romantic, bring your partner along. Your therapist will infuse the water with wonderful ingredients, as well as enhance the mood with scented candles. It takes your bathing experience to a whole new level. Remember to take your time: allowing yourself to enjoy this ritual is what makes this experience truly magical.

Here are some of our favourite baths:

Aromatherapy Baths

Scent is one of our most powerful senses. It is highly evocative and personal; a certain smell can trigger a strong emotional and psychological feeling. This is why aromatherapy baths have physical and emotional benefits. Your spa therapist will infuse your bath water with your chosen blend of essential oils. The warm temperature of the bath activates the oils and releases a soothing vapour. This permeates your skin and your respiratory system for a fully immersive experience.

Different essential oils have different benefits. If you have difficulty sleeping, choose a blend with chamomile and lavender for their relaxing properties. (Although please do not to fall asleep in the tub!) Eucalyptus is a powerful scent that has antibacterial properties. If you have a cold, this will help clear your nasal passages. Ylang-ylang is another popular choice. It’s calming and romantic – perfect for a couples bath.

Ayurvedic Baths

Bathing is an important part of ayurvedic treatment. Your ayurvedic bath will usually be preceded by a full-body warm oil massage to relax your muscles. Then you will soak in a luxuriant bath featuring rose petals, milk, honey and turmeric. This sounds like a dessert we can get behind. The ayurvedic bath is designed to realign your body, mind and spirit.

Flower Baths

Get ready to shower with flowers. Flower baths are a popular practice in Asia. Your therapist will infuse your water with flowers and herbs. Not only is it a relaxing experience, the flower bath is said to promote positive energies. The different colours of the petals carry specific vibrations to promote healing.

Mineral Baths

Civilisations have celebrated the benefits of mineral-rich water for centuries. The Japanese have their onsens, and the Ancient Romans turned mineral springs into beautiful bath houses. In a spa setting, your therapist will add salt and minerals to the water. If the spa is close to a hot spring, they will use this natural resource.

Bathing in these waters has several benefits. The bicarbonate in the water helps to open up your blood vessels, improving circulation. It can also help to address hypertension. The sulphur in the water is known as ‘nature’s beauty miracle’. It helps you to manufacture collagen for more youthful looking skin. Sulphur and also eases itchy, irritated skin; if you suffer from psoriasis or eczema, a mineral bath will do wonders.

Foot Baths

While not a totally immersive experience, the foot bath is the unsung hero of bathing treatments. It is usually done at the beginning of your spa experience. Your feet are a hot house of nerve endings that connect to various parts of your body. Did you know that soaking your feet in hot water can relieve congestion in your other organs? A relaxing foot bath or spa even relieve headaches, toothaches, pelvic pain, liver problems, and cold symptoms.

We encourage to work yourself in a lather, especially when the lather includes fragrant and healing ingredients like the baths on offer at Bookwell's spas and salons. Look through our bath treatments and make an appointment today.