Do a Spa Rock Treatment at Home

Thursday, May 14, 2009

This is a cheap and easy way to perform the expensive heated rock treatment for almost no cost at all.

1. Find about 8 smooth oval shaped stones in your yard or a stream. If not found in your yard, buy some at your local hardware or craft store. Basalt rock is considered the best for this treatment, granite is second-best.
2. Clean each of the rocks, use a file to knock down any sharp and rough parts.
3. Place all the rocks in a large zip-lock bag.
4. Close the bag and place in a sink full of hot water.
5. Open the bag and let enough of the hot water in to cover all the rocks.
6. Remove the rocks from the bag and place them on your back.
7. Cover the rocks on your back with a towel.
8. Leave on until rocks get cold.
9. Repeat for satisfaction.

Have a friend over so you can do the heated rock therapy to each other. Be careful when handling the rocks.

Use caution with the hot water. Water should be hot enough to heat the rocks, but not so hot that it could cause burns when rocks are put in contact with the skin.
When picking your rocks from anywhere but your own yard, be sure that you are not trespassing on another's property. If you need to, get the landowner's permission to search for appropriate stones.

Things You'll Need:
8 smooth, oval rocks
Large zip-lock Bag


Bradpetehoops said...

I like this about spa. Nice tips!

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