There will always be people who love nothing more than to treat themselves with a massage or a spa session after a stressful day – and this in turn ensures an abundance of spa-related services and products to choose from. According to First Research Inc., in 2015, there were 120,000 spas around the world that generated approximately $99 billion in revenue. Furthermore, the global spa market is forecast to rise at a compound annual growth rate of 5.66% from 2017 to 2021, according to Technavio reports. For those who haven’t yet jumped on the bandwagon, spas are the next big thing, and the competition is fierce.

To get ahead in such a competitive sector, technological innovation will play a major role, and at the cutting edge in the spa industry, hydrotherapy has been reinvented for a multi-sensory experience. The Gharieni Libra Edge horizontal shower transforms an otherwise ordinary treatment into an extraordinary spa experience. With innovative design, it features:

  • Choreographed water pulsations with individually controlled waterjets
  • Heatable water cushioning
  • An encapsulated steam dome
  • Aroma capsule scent system
  • Chromatherapy
  • Embedded audio system
  • Intuitive touch screen control panel
  • A four-point water drain for optimal water draining (even on a tilted table)

The Libra Edge creates an elevated hydrotherapy experience for clients, featuring Kneipp therapy with pulsating hot/cold showers on targeted body parts. The Libra Edge is composed of high-quality Corian material and uses Kohler components for the water installations. Within the course of a 50-minute treatment, users can experience relaxation provided by the light, sound, and sensations from the water as if they were in the warm jungle rain.

Another key advantage from the business perspective is that the entire system can be installed within a relatively compact space, since the equipment itself takes up just 2.4 m by 0.86 m in area and 1.92 m in height.

To provide guests with a novel, luxury experience, there is nothing quite like this in Asia. Who wants to be the first?