Thermal spa meets Ayurveda in Bad Waltersdorf, StyriaThermal spa meets Ayurveda in Bad Waltersdorf, Styria

Thermal Spa at the Mandira

Dive into a world of healing waters

Did you know that the water in Bad Waltersdorf is recognised as a medicinal resource? Bathing and swimming in soft water is easy on the joints, tightens skin and connective tissue, detoxifies, activates the circulation and immune system, and has a preventive effect, especially with regard to rheumatic complaints. According to a curative water analysis conducted by the University of Graz, the relaxing liquid unfolds its soothing, healing effect at temperatures of 27°C to 36°C. Providing thermal, physical and chemical stimuli, the mineral-rich, soft water with an optimum pH has a profound effect on the body’s wellbeing.

Healthy bathing at the Mandira Thermal Spa in Bad Waltersdorf

  • Panorama pool 32°C
  • Indoor thermal pool 32°C
  • Outdoor pool 28°C
  • Thermal hydrotherapy pool 36°C

Exercising in thermal water

In addition to the positive effects thermal water has on the skin and relaxation, it is highly beneficial to the musculoskeletal system, alleviating back, joint and rheumatic complaints and boosting blood flow. Exercising in water trains muscles and circulation without putting pressure on the joints.

TIP: Join one of our thermal aqua-gym classes. See our activity and relaxation programme for details.

The effects of our Styrian thermal water
  • Relieves joints and relaxes muscles
  • Builds muscle and bone
  • Enhances flexibility
  • Reduces stress and prevents burnout
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Prevents rheumatism
  • Stabilises the back
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Tightens and purifies the skin
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Worth knowing

The healing thermal water has a temperature of 62°C as it is fed directly from its source to the 4-star superior Mandira hotel where it is cooled to between 36°C and 32°C. The residual heat is used to heat the Ayurveda Resort: an ecological and sustainable use of our special natural resource.

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