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Italian spa equipment supplier, Lemi, is embracing the trend towards tech-driven wellness treatments, while also driving sustainable industry practices


With the integration of technology into spa experiences becoming ever more prevalent and aligned with consumer demand, wellness equipment manufacturer Lemi is moving with the times.

Already a leader in the design of innovative spa and treatment beds, the Italian company’s latest creations integrate technology into its beds that’s focused on delivering a higher level of personalisation and greater therapeutic benefits.

Lemi general manager Matteo Brusaferri says: “Introducing tech-based products marks a pivotal new direction for Lemi, and responds to shifting trends within the wellness industry.

“These trends are inspired by the growing demand for integrated technology experiences that enhance not just physical wellbeing, but also mental,” he explains.

“Acknowledging this trend, we’ve committed to both innovation and sustainability, in order to craft highly personalised and specialised wellness experiences,” he says.

Lemi’s launch this year of the ThermoSoft-V spa treatment bed is a prime example of this new direction. The bed combines heated blankets and a memory foam mattress with built-in vibro-acoustic technology to enhance the work of the therapist – relaxing muscles, gently supporting detoxification, improving circulation and calming the mind.

Brusaferri says: “Humans are designed to perceive acoustic vibrations, which pass through the body boosting peripheral microcirculation.”

ThermoSoft-V’s integrated thermal blankets allow for a deeply cocooning and touchless body warm-up ahead of a main treatment session. Clients feel more relaxed and their body tissue is more receptive to the therapeutic touch.

Good vibrations
The technology, which is controlled through Lemi’s Vibro-Music app, is designed to generate vibrations that act on a cellular level – much like a physical massage – enhancing physical and mental wellbeing and supporting the body’s natural healing processes.

The music delivered by the system transcends mere background sound to become a vibration that deeply harmonises with the individual, helping to calm the mind and the emotions.

Going beyond heat and vibration, Lemi’s Aemotio Spa incorporates the natural elements of water and light for an elevated and immersive treatment experience. It includes a signature LemiLemi massage, developed for the Aemotio Spa by Jean-Guy de Gabriac, that leverages the use of hydrotherapy, chromotherapy, and steam to create a personalised relaxation journey for the client.

Greener future
Alongside this increased focus on technology, Lemi is also turning its attention to boosting its already robust eco-friendly practices and creating an exemplary work environment.

Brusaferri says: “Our commitment to sustainability is thorough and integrated across various aspects of our business. As a company, we prioritise the selection of renewable materials and sustainable production methods.

“We also engage with leading sustainability organisations such as Ecovadis, Futureplus, and The Sustainable Spa Association, reinforcing our dedication to industry leadership in sustainability.”

Around 70 per cent of Lemi’s wooden spa equipment and treatment beds are made from FSC-certified timber harvested from responsibly-managed forests, while 90 per cent of its packaging is crafted from sustainable materials such as wood and cardboard.

Lemi’s new Vita collection of material finishes are inspired by the earth, featuring up to 80 per cent renewable materials, including recycled organic cotton, with an emphasis on using local and regional raw materials sourced from within the EU.

Beyond its selection of materials, Lemi is also committed to sustainability across its whole operations. This includes choosing greener energy solutions, such as photovoltaic panels, and adding a fully electric van to its fleet.

To enhance staff wellbeing, Lemi’s employees enjoy the provision of numerous wellness benefits and amenities, including a company gym.

More: www.lemispa.com

photo: LEMI
"We’ve committed to innovation and sustainability in order to craft highly personalised and specialised wellness experiences" – Matteo Brusaferri
 


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Lemi: touched by tech


Italian spa equipment supplier, Lemi, is embracing the trend towards tech-driven wellness treatments, while also driving sustainable industry practices

Lemi’s ThermoSoft-V beds have built-in experiential tech, such as vibro-acoustics photo: LEMI

With the integration of technology into spa experiences becoming ever more prevalent and aligned with consumer demand, wellness equipment manufacturer Lemi is moving with the times.

Already a leader in the design of innovative spa and treatment beds, the Italian company’s latest creations integrate technology into its beds that’s focused on delivering a higher level of personalisation and greater therapeutic benefits.

Lemi general manager Matteo Brusaferri says: “Introducing tech-based products marks a pivotal new direction for Lemi, and responds to shifting trends within the wellness industry.

“These trends are inspired by the growing demand for integrated technology experiences that enhance not just physical wellbeing, but also mental,” he explains.

“Acknowledging this trend, we’ve committed to both innovation and sustainability, in order to craft highly personalised and specialised wellness experiences,” he says.

Lemi’s launch this year of the ThermoSoft-V spa treatment bed is a prime example of this new direction. The bed combines heated blankets and a memory foam mattress with built-in vibro-acoustic technology to enhance the work of the therapist – relaxing muscles, gently supporting detoxification, improving circulation and calming the mind.

Brusaferri says: “Humans are designed to perceive acoustic vibrations, which pass through the body boosting peripheral microcirculation.”

ThermoSoft-V’s integrated thermal blankets allow for a deeply cocooning and touchless body warm-up ahead of a main treatment session. Clients feel more relaxed and their body tissue is more receptive to the therapeutic touch.

Good vibrations
The technology, which is controlled through Lemi’s Vibro-Music app, is designed to generate vibrations that act on a cellular level – much like a physical massage – enhancing physical and mental wellbeing and supporting the body’s natural healing processes.

The music delivered by the system transcends mere background sound to become a vibration that deeply harmonises with the individual, helping to calm the mind and the emotions.

Going beyond heat and vibration, Lemi’s Aemotio Spa incorporates the natural elements of water and light for an elevated and immersive treatment experience. It includes a signature LemiLemi massage, developed for the Aemotio Spa by Jean-Guy de Gabriac, that leverages the use of hydrotherapy, chromotherapy, and steam to create a personalised relaxation journey for the client.

Greener future
Alongside this increased focus on technology, Lemi is also turning its attention to boosting its already robust eco-friendly practices and creating an exemplary work environment.

Brusaferri says: “Our commitment to sustainability is thorough and integrated across various aspects of our business. As a company, we prioritise the selection of renewable materials and sustainable production methods.

“We also engage with leading sustainability organisations such as Ecovadis, Futureplus, and The Sustainable Spa Association, reinforcing our dedication to industry leadership in sustainability.”

Around 70 per cent of Lemi’s wooden spa equipment and treatment beds are made from FSC-certified timber harvested from responsibly-managed forests, while 90 per cent of its packaging is crafted from sustainable materials such as wood and cardboard.

Lemi’s new Vita collection of material finishes are inspired by the earth, featuring up to 80 per cent renewable materials, including recycled organic cotton, with an emphasis on using local and regional raw materials sourced from within the EU.

Beyond its selection of materials, Lemi is also committed to sustainability across its whole operations. This includes choosing greener energy solutions, such as photovoltaic panels, and adding a fully electric van to its fleet.

To enhance staff wellbeing, Lemi’s employees enjoy the provision of numerous wellness benefits and amenities, including a company gym.

More: www.lemispa.com

photo: LEMI
"We’ve committed to innovation and sustainability in order to craft highly personalised and specialised wellness experiences" – Matteo Brusaferri

Originally published in Spa Business 2024 issue 2

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