Since 1776, patients have been coming to the state spa of Bad Meinberg for treatment and recuperation using the town's natural mineral springs and sulphurous mud.
The state spa of Meinberg enjoys an idyllic location in the Teutoburg Forest nature reserve in North Rhine-Westphalia and offers spa guests a therapeutically rich mix of medical wellness, orthodox medicine and natural healing. People suffering from rheumatism, gout, gynaecological and nervous disorders, cardiovascular diseases, chronic respiratory inflammations and metabolic disorders are among those who find relief at Bad Meinberg.
The healing power of nature
Therapies use local natural remedies such as sulphurous mud, spring water and carbon dioxide.These healants are used in their natural state and have a long-term, positive impact on spa guests' well-being. As well as the classic spa therapies, rehabilitation and short treatment courses, Bad Meinberg offers a broad range of preventative treatments encompassing yoga, ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine and Thai medicine.
A remarkable health experience
Other preventative therapies include Nordic walking and wellness treatments as well as 'health dips' in Meinbad, the resort's thermal mineral bath. This health pool is a great place for swimmers of all ages to have fun in ambient temperatures of up to 36°C. The pool's spring water, drawn directly from deep underground and saturated with a host of minerals, has invigorating and health-giving effects.