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*Where It Is Important


The constant stimuli of city life can be mentally exhausting, and life in the city can actually dull our thinking. In navigating the outdoor environment, one must continually monitor traffic and pedestrian flow while constantly focusing on where one is going and the means to get there. Constant response to even such low-level stimuli cannot be maintained indefinitely. A few minutes in a crowded city setting can cause the brain to suffer memory loss and reduced self-control. Even brief glimpses of natural elements improve brain performance by providing a cognitive break from the complex demands of urban life.
You could create your on mystical environment , your special place where only you will concentrate your spiritual energy, your sanctuary, your own temple, and you don’t really need a huge structure, just a little space in a special place of your bedroom or other special room to created the perfect ecosystem to meditate and make connection with you superior being, the Universe will answer to you all the question that you have, doubts, fears, insecure, as soon you realize that this place will transform in your source of power and inspiration, you will learn how to mastering your new powers; the paths will appear by itself, the real spiritual path with not distraction, your mind will flourish to appreciate everything from new perspectives.
HYDRO BOREAL THERAPY will become your new best friend, it will encourage cognitive function through a high level of visual fascination and mystery.  You could establish a new ritual in your life, in the morning before go out to work, study or what else, after taking a shower you could spend 5 to 10 minutes over HYDRO BOREAL THERAPY with the great result of feeling blessed, powerful, cheerful for the new day with spiritual and mental stamina to attain your objectives and goals.  At night, also after take your shower you could spend 15 minutes of pleasure meditation and prepare yourself to have the most beautiful repairer dream, organizing your mind, your ideas and getting calm.  Doing this you will feel that life is smiling you all the single days of your life, and you will fell enough capable to solve all your issues not allowing that affect your mental integrity and internal peace. That is exactly when love for life is manifesting.
Research has shown the therapeutic benefits of nature and observing natural scenes evokes positive feelings and reduces stress and negative emotions.
Alzheimers and Dementia

Nature experiences provide mental health benefits for the elderly as well, including Alzheimer’s patients. Alzheimers is a type of dementia that causes memory impairment, intellectual decline, temporal and spatial disorientation, impaired ability to communicate and make logical decisions, and decreased tolerance to high and moderate levels of stimulation. Certain environments can provide prosthetic support for dementia patients to compensate for their reduced cognitive capabilities. For example, spaces that have dead-ends or are crowded can increase frustration and anxiety in Alzheimer’s-diagnosed residents. Supportive outdoor spaces include these design features: looped pathways; tree groves or sites to act as landmarks for orientation; non-toxic plants; even, well-lit paths with handrails; seating areas with the suggestion of privacy; and use of low-key fragrances and colors to soothe, rather than negatively stimulate, the patient.


Studies have found that nature experiences can be of particular benefit to dementia patients.  Exposure to gardens can improve quality of life and function of dementia patients by reducing negative behaviors up to 19% (see Table 2).  Those patients who have access to gardens that are designed to positively stimulate the senses and promote positive memories and emotions are less likely to express negative reactions and fits of anger.  After gardening activities, dementia and stroke patients exhibited improved mobility and dexterity, increased confidence, and improved social skills. Better sleep patterns, improved hormone balance, and decreased agitation and aggressive behavior have all been observed in dementia patients in association with contact with nature and the outdoors.


Increasing productivity , empathy and boosting the collective IQ of workers:


Meditation increases intelligence in many ways: From making both brain hemispheres work together, to boosting memory, to increasing brain size, to enhancing emotional intelligence (EQ). Here are 6 reasons meditation creates the perfect environment for intellectual growth and learning.


1. Harness your entire brain. Did you know that most everyone uses one brain half more than the other, creating animbalance? Meditation has been proven to sync both brain hemispheres, allowing much faster neural communication and much greater processing power. When the logical left brain and creative right brain begin working in harmony, problem solving becomes easy, creativity multiplies, deep thinking becomes the standard, and focus and concentration magnify. “Whole brain synchronization” is consistently shown in highly successful people, and you too can achieve this mind state — through meditation.


2. Meditation increases brain size. By taking advantage of what scientists call “neuroplasticity”, researchers from the University of Wisconsin discovered that meditation beneficially increases the neural “gray matter thickness” of certain brain regions. To put it another way, meditation makes your brain bigger, smarter, and faster, in the same way that physical exercise makes your muscles stronger, denser, with more endurance.


Contrary to the widely accepted scientific opinion of decades ago, the concept of neuroplasticity means that our intelligence is not genetically set from birth — there are certain things we can do to improve our brain performance. As evidenced by numerous studies, neuroscientists have pegged meditation as the leading brain enhancer, with the potential to increase intelligence on all levels.


3. Meditation puts you into super beneficial brainwave patterns. By guiding your brainwaves into the most beneficial frequencies – alpha, theta, and delta, a myriad of benefits manifest, including super creativity, powerful idea generation, enhanced cognitive functioning, and an overall intellectual capacity for growth. Meditation is the very best, easiest way for you to access these super beneficial mind states, and they can definitely transform your life in so many different ways (the least of which is a simple boost in IQ!).


4. Develop insight & intuition. Inner intelligence, on the other hand, is derived from developing & listening to your inner voice. Best known as insight and intuition, meditation is the key to tapping into both of these latent abilities. While this specific type of intelligence can’t be gauged with quizzes or tests, it is highly valuable on all levels, stimulating insight, creativity, natural understanding without being taught, and helping you to see beyond what the five senses experience.


Inner intelligence, some would argue, is the most important type for success in the “real world”, once academic studies are complete. Many successful business people, including the late Steve Jobs, stated that their keen business acumen & revolutionary ideas came from their gut feelings (intuition) above all else.


5. Meditation improves both long and short term memory. We all know that memory is a major component of both intelligence and IQ. From studying for exams, to learning a new coding language, to remembering names, memory is essential to daily intellectual function. Two key memory associated areas of the brain, thehippocampus and frontal brain lobe, both show significantly increased activity during meditation. By stimulating these vital areasin meditation, both long and short term memory capacity increase, making your job, schoolwork, and daily life that much easier.


6. Meditation also advances emotional intelligence. Many people never learn to think through their emotions and address them in a reasonable manner, but instead are held prisoner by their reactions to outside stimuli. Though you can’t control outside forces and circumstances, you can control how you respond to them. Regular meditation will give you whats called “emotional intelligence” (or EQ), which is the ability to tune into and listen to your feelings, then work through them in a calm, thoughtful manner. In addition, EQ also you helps read and appropriately respond to the emotional cues of other people. This is another intelligence that is somewhat difficult to measure, but incredibly important in the real world.


With HYDRO BOREAL THERAPY, you can access super pleasurable, extremely beneficial states of meditation quickly, safely, and easily.

Most corporate offices are made up of fluorescent lights, bare beige walls, dated technology, and the dreaded cube farm. But some companies like Facebook, Google and Box—offer employees much more creative, colorful and conducive workspaces.
A relaxed workplace can benefit your small business by enhancing job satisfaction and reducing stress. Stress can cause early burnout, health problems, inability to focus and workplace conflicts. A strong manager strives to reduce stress to healthy levels. Fair expectations and a sense of responsibility, which provide healthy stress, instill a drive for success in employees. This helps employees to contribute more insights and strive to increase their responsibilities, maximizing the potential of a small group of staff.


Workplace Culture

A workplace culture in which people have a relaxed, friendly attitude toward one another typically raises productivity. Employees spend less time feeling stressed about social interactions and handling conflicts, and more time collaborating and working effectively. Creating a relaxed, close-knit workplace culture is much easier in a small business than in a large one, so don’t pass up this opportunity. Allowing employees to “cyberloaf” — spend time surfing the Internet — seems to benefit employees too by refreshing their minds.


Office workers may spend entire days indoors, and many decorate their workspaces with plants or pictures of natural settings to compensate for lack of a window view. In one study, people in windowless workspaces introduced twice as many nature elements to their work area as those who had window views of natural areas.


Office workers report that plants make for more attractive, pleasant, and healthy work environments, but what impact do plants and nature views have on work performance? Studies show improved employee morale, decreased absenteeism, and increased worker efficiency result from such workplace enhancements. Having plants within view of workstations decreases both illness incidence, and the amount of self-reported sick leave. One study found that workers with workstation views that included green elements were more satisfied at work and had more patience, less frustration, increased enthusiasm for work, and fewer health problems. Not having nature views or indoor plants are associated with higher levels of tension and anxiety in office workers.



The brain, complex and vulnerable, is the only organ that undergoes substantial maturation after birth. This process is shaped in part by response to stimuli in our surroundings (including both negative and positive conditions), and continues throughout our lives. Substantial research shows that natural scenes evoke positive emotions, facilitate cognitive functioning, and promote recovery from mental fatigue for people who are in good mental health. The experience of nature can also provide respite for those who experience short-term and chronic mental illness.


We all know that memory is a major component of both intelligence and IQ. From studying for exams, to learning a new coding language, to remembering names, memory is essential to daily intellectual function. Two key memory associated areas of the brain, the hippocampus and frontal brain lobe, both show significantly increased activity during meditation. By stimulating these vital areas in meditation, both long and short term memory capacity increase, making your job, schoolwork, and daily life that much easier.


Attention Fatigue and Recovery

Our immediate environment can prompt both negative and positive subconscious effects. A glance at an object that even remotely resembles a snake, for instance, may initiate an instantaneous fear response. Similarly, the presence of plants subconsciously and beneficially impact how the brain responds even when we do not focus attention on such surroundings.


In today’s lifestyles and work, we must focus our attention on critical information or tasks. Maintaining that focus by screening out distractions overloads our capacity for conscious attention. Yet, exposure to settings that are visually interesting (having “high fascination”) have been found to aid directed attention recovery. Comparing memory retention in people viewing low versus high fascination scenes in built and natural environments, respectively, people viewing natural environments performed significantly better. So, in the case of offices and schools, where one must focus on tasks, the addition of natural features could significantly improve attention and content retention rates.


Learning, like tasks at work, requires focused, direct attention and high-level cognitive functioning. When plants were added to a college computer lab, the study participants were more productive (with 12% quicker reaction times on tested computer tasks) and showed less stress—though there was no difference in number of errors made on the test. Additionally, participants reported feeling more attentive and better able to concentrate in the presence of plants. In other studies, participants performed better on creative tasks in rooms having foliage plants, versus those without, and the authors conclude that nature may provide inspiration and a source of stimulation for creativity. College students with more natural views from their dorm windows scored higher on tests of capacity to direct attention (CDA) and rated themselves as able to function more effectively. In another study of college students, those who participated in a nature walk performed higher on a subsequent CDA test than those who went on an urban walk or relaxed in a comfortable room with magazines and light music prior to the test.


At exam time the level of academic demand is quite strong, students must attend classes and study for exams followed one after another. Mental and physical exhaustion occurs after consecutive days of insomnia, stress and mentally fatigued.


The traditional way to alleviate these symptoms is consuming large amounts of coffee, which is not entirely healthy or advisable.


The fundamental objective of the university is to impart knowledge and train true professionals, not just repetitive machines to acquire information solely and exclusively to pass an exam or get a degree.


All knowledge that tries to get under these pressure and stress levels simply lost in time, is not effective and many students graduating with degrees but without real preparation.


This may change if a new concept of learning are introduced in the universities, the same used by large technology companies and is nothing more than give students an inspiring environment, a resource that will make them get rid of that stress and naturally help them improve their IQ and level of memory, logic and intuition capabilities.


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The mind-body connection is no secret. But do you know how to optimize the connection and manage the non-conscious brain to achieve peak performance?


NFL, UFC , MLB , NBA , PROFESSIONAL BOXING , etc… HYDRO BOREAL THERAPY provide of quick recovery for athletes of high competition, for faster healing after bruises and concussions, for mental clarity and lower stress during competitions.


Physical stamina required of mental stamina; when athletes feel lazy, dizziness, out of motivation all of these conditions will be reflected in his physical performance.


Cryotherapy and visualization therapy together are great component of this therapy to get instant positive results on the mindset of athletes, But also the other 6 therapies will be a great symbiosis to obtain the best performance form them.


Successful Athletes:

  1. Choose and maintain a positive attitude.
  2. Maintain a high level of self-motivation.
  3. Set high, realistic goals.
  4. Deal effectively with people.
  5. Use positive self-talk.
  6. Use positive mental imagery.
  7. Manage anxiety effectively.
  8. Manage their emotions effectively.
  9. Maintain concentration.

Nine Mental Skills

1. Attitude

Successful athletes:

  • Realize that attitude is a choice.
  • Choose an attitude that is predominately positive.
  • View their sport as an opportunity to compete against themselves and learn from their successes and failures.
  • Pursue excellence, not perfection, and realize that they, as well as their coaches, teammates, officials, and others are not perfect.
  • Maintain balance and perspective between their sport and the rest of their lives.
  • Respect their sport, other participants, coaches, officials, and themselves.

2. Motivation

Successful athletes:

  • Are aware of the rewards and benefits that they expect to experience through their sports participation.
  • Are able to persist through difficult tasks and difficult times, even when these rewards and benefits are not immediately forthcoming.
  • Realize that many of the benefits come from their participation, not the outcome.

3. Goals and Commitment

Successful athletes:

  • Set long-term and short-term goals that are realistic, measurable, and time-oriented.
  • Are aware of their current performance levels and are able to develop specific, detailed plans for attaining their goals.
  • Are highly committed to their goals and to carrying out the daily demands of their training programs.

4. People Skills

Successful athletes:

  • Realize that they are part of a larger system that includes their families, friends, teammates, coaches, and others.
  • When appropriate, communicate their thoughts, feelings, and needs to these people and listen to them as well.
  • Have learned effective skills for dealing with conflict, difficult opponents, and other people when they are negative or oppositional.

5. Self-Talk

Successful athletes:

  • Maintain their self-confidence during difficult times with realistic, positive self-talk.
  • Talk to themselves the way they would talk to their own best friend
  • Use self-talk to regulate thoughts, feelings and behaviors during competition.

6. Mental Imagery

Successful athletes:

  • Prepare themselves for competition by imagining themselves performing well in competition.
  • Create and use mental images that are detailed, specific, and realistic.
  • Use imagery during competition to prepare for action and recover from errors and poor performances.

7. Dealing Effectively with Anxiety

Successful athletes:

  • Accept anxiety as part of sport.
  • Realize that some degree of anxiety can help them perform well.
  • Know how to reduce anxiety when it becomes too strong, without losing their intensity.

8. Dealing Effectively with Emotions

Successful athletes:

  • Accept strong emotions such as excitement, anger, and disappointment as part of the sport experience.
  • Are able to use these emotions to improve, rather than interfere with high level performance

9. Concentration

Successful athletes:

  • Know what they must pay attention to during each game or sport situation.
  • Have learned how to maintain focus and resist distractions, whether they come from the environment or from within themselves.
  • Are able to regain their focus when concentration is lost during competition.
  • Have learned how to play in the “here-and-now”, without regard to either past or anticipated future events.

Application of the Nine Mental Skills to Non-sport Performance Situations

The nine mental skills associated with athletic success are the same mental skills associated with performance in a wide variety of non-sport, performance situations.

Characteristics of A Performance Situation:

  • The situation is often scheduled or anticipated in advance.
  • The situation usually has a defined beginning and an end.
  • The circumstances are known in advance.
  • The rules and constraints are known in advance.
  • The results are evaluated by standards (or natural consequences) that are usually known in advance.
  • The results are uncertain and may involve psychological risk and/or danger.
  • The results are important to the performer.
  • The performer’s behavior is goal-oriented.
  • The results are influenced by the performer’s skillful behavior

Examples of Performance Situations

  • An important job interview
  • Performing a solo with a symphony orchestra
  • Auditioning for a role in a drama production
  • Giving a class presentation
  • Taking a driver’s examination
  • Giving a talk to the PTA
  • Testifying in court
  • Taking the state medical exam
  • Performing brain surgery
  • Landing an airplane
  • A firefighter entering a burning building
  • Participating in a military or police attack
  • An astronaut landing a vehicle on the surface of the moon
  • Rock Climbing



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Many of them have tempered pools and jacuzzi, hydro jets, thalassotherapy, etc.


When entering them you lose perspective of time, you do not know whether it is day or night; mysticism in its decorations, the play of light, aromas, relaxing music, create in your mind a state of spiritual bliss.


Hydro Boreal Therapy offers a new form of therapy, very useful to achieve these results, it is easy to locate in any space; it’s design and play of lights; its different therapies will undoubtedly be the new trend to be taken into consideration by the owners of spas worldwide.


The body can produce an unhealthy buildup of hormones when we’re stuck in traffic or meeting a work deadline. Pent-up levels of the “stress hormone” cortisol can lead to sleeplessness, headaches and even digestive problems.


Benefits of Improved Relaxation

  • Improves mental outlook
  • Allows for better handling of pressure
  • Reinforces positive attitude
  • Promotes relaxed states of mental alertness
  • Enhances calm and creative thinking


“Cosmic atmosphere pleasant music. Relaxing music with quiet of the night when the wind caresses upper front view stars and angels in heaven. Music penetrates the soul and floods the body with a shudder of music.”


The ergonomic and eco friendly design, easy to move and clean  , colorful , and attractive shape of HYDRO BOREAL THERAPY ,definitely has to be part of spas around the world.



Many in law enforcement suffer in silence from the hidden dangers and toxic nature of this career. Many allow the negative effects of this profession to undermine their abilities to maintain their composure, control anger, fear and frustration and offset the sadness and depression all influenced by the tragedy and trauma they endure. They struggle to maintain their physical, emotional and spiritual health as all the negative things they see every day slowly erode their ability to perform their jobs at the required high level of performance.


We want to help you or partner with you to fix this problem.

Current news reports are rife with stories about issues of police officer suicides, PTSD, depression, alcohol problems, citizen complaints, excessive force, police misconduct and “cultures of aggression”. The problems are serious and the solutions all require strategies of building integrity, professionalism along with mental and emotional strength.


The challenge facing the future of our law enforcement profession centers not around the question of how our officers are dying but, rather more importantly, how they are suffering?


Challenges like police officer suicide, fatigue, depression and PTSD are serious problems. A growing body of research on law enforcement professionals seems to indicate that this profession is very toxic with side-effects causing an increase in heart disease, diabetes and cancer and even a lower than normal life expectancy. If you include other worries like alcohol and drug abuse, depression, relationship problems, domestic violence, anger management, financial mismanagement, and other issues that affect officers, on and off duty, then you might even see signs of a crisis.


We should also be asking how effective and professional our law enforcement officers can be while… they are suffering from these many toxic, and hidden, dangers of the profession.


Most of the negative side effects of this job come from those hidden threats and cause things like un-managed anger, depression, irritability and loss of compassion also referred to as “compassion fatigue”. These are not the emotional states we want our law enforcers to possess.


It is becoming more and more clear each year that the state of our law enforcement personnel’s mental and emotional health is just as, if not more, important than their physical health. If we are truly trying to improve the professionalism, sensitivity, effectiveness and compassion of our law enforcers then it only seems logical that we should be caring for their mental and emotional health just was much, and just as often, as we do their medical health. But we don’t.


We think it’s important to create a common & neutral terminology in order to stay focused on the real goal: Healthy, Effective and Productive Law Enforcement Professionals.


Let’s define resilience as being emotionally flexible and physically elastic with the ability to bounce back from adversity because of a capability to endure trauma, tragedy, stress, strain and hardship.


The human quality of strength and fitness, that can be developed, and is exhibited through the mind, body, brain and spirit of a police officer or other law enforcement or military professional that allows them to withstand the rigors and hidden emotional, physical, spiritual and physiological dangers of continuous high threat, high stress situations.


Men and women behind the badge as well as the personnel that support them deserve happy and health lives. It’s a fact that many in law enforcement suffer in silence from the hidden dangers and toxic nature of this career. We want to help you or partner with you to fix this problem.


Everyone who enters a law enforcement career deserves to have a long and successful life and career, and the ability to retire at an appropriate age and live out the rest of their lives in peace. They should experience success, happiness and good health for many more years.


We are glad to offer to these honorable forces the benefits of HYDRO BOREAL THERAPY and help them to attain the best performance possible in their crucial decisions and daily actions, mitigating the collateral effects of these stressful careers.


Mindfulness in policing: Hillsboro cops forge revolutionary path with meditation training the cops gathered in the dim, cozy studio.  Dressed in gym clothes, they stretched out on dark green yoga mats.


Lie on your back, the instructor said. Get comfy.


Focus on your left little toe, he softly intoned. What’s there? How does it feel? He moved on, toe by toe, left foot, then right. How does it feel? Dry? Sore?


The instructor continued slowly, asking participants to focus their minds, and energy, on each body part. If you catch yourself wandering, he said, just acknowledge it.


Then bring yourself back to the present.


The class inside the small yoga studio that January day was the first for nearly 20 members of the  Hillsboro Police Department. They were exploring the practice of mindfulness, learning how to develop inner strength, using meditation to become better cops.


Since last spring, the agency has offered what is believed to be the nation’s first on-the-job mindfulness training program specifically tailored to law enforcement and based on a widely recognized curriculum. Though the practice represents a radical shift, its creators say, mindfulness has the potential to transform law enforcement culture and reinvent community policing.



For Hillsboro police, the hope was that the training could also heal a department that has had its share of internal strife.

The idea behind the program is simple: If cops were more mindful, then they would be more resilient, less stressed and better at their jobs.

Mindfulness is the practice of being in the moment — not dwelling in the past, not thinking about the future. It is the non-judgmental exploration of feelings, surroundings and experiences as they happen to heighten clarity and insight, and avoid reacting out of emotion. Studies have linked it to many health benefits, including reduced pain, better concentration and more self-awareness.

The Hillsboro program aims to build resiliency in a profession that can knock many down.

“Being a cop kills you,” said Hillsboro Police Lt. Richard Goerling, who helped develop the training program.

According to a five-year study,  the daily stress of police work places officers at greater risk than the general population of developing a range of physical and mental health ailments. The University at Buffalo researcher  – a former cop – who authored the 2012 report tied law enforcement stress with higher levels of sleeplessness, suicide and cancer.

Many groups have turned to mindfulness training and meditation. U.S. Marines are using them. So are the Seatle  Seahawks. Google and inner-city schools in the San Francisco Bay Area are on board. So is U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, who wrote the book, “A Mindful Nation”.