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Along with lounging in the Blue Lagoon's waters, visitors can relax in two steam baths, rest in a sauna, or be "massaged" by a waterfall. For a wholly unique experience, book an in-water treatment. Your massage therapist will help you shimmy onto a foam raft, cover you with a blanket, and knead away tension as you float on the water.

Icelandic fun fact #5: Almost all Icelanders speak perfect English. Their own language is so well-preserved that the average citizen can read and understand their ancestors' 13th-century sagas.

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Beauty Beauty 4 years
The pressure wasn't as intense as, say, a deep-tissue massage. But it was good. For the back, the massage therapist uses his or her hands underneath you — so instead of being on your belly while your back is worked on, you're reclining. Your body weight helps create the pressure, if that makes sense.
elizabethsosewn elizabethsosewn 4 years
it doesn't sound like they'd be able to put a lot of pressure on the muscles if you're supposed to remain floating.. but still amazing
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