A toning course to recuperate physical wellness regenerating the body from the daily stress or after sport activities.
- Bagno delle donne (women’s bath): a stroll through water, walking over pebbles, for a gentle plantar massage that increases the legs’ circulation. Until 1800 the pool was reserved only for women as the morals of the time did not permit people of different sex to bathe in the same bath.
- Garibaldi, waterfall: a toning bathe under 3 waterfalls, in 3 adjoining baths, that give 3 different massages at varying intensities with restorative effect for the muscles. Giuseppe Garibaldi was a guest at the Bagni di Bormio in 1859, during the Second War for Independence. After long marches over the Stelvio he used to recuperate by immersing himself under the Hot Spring r waterfall.
- Ferdinandea: bath with localised horizontal jets directly from the springs with refreshing effects. It is dedicated to Emperor Ferdinand of Austria, who stayed at Bagni Vecchi in 1838 when he was crossing the new Stelvio Pass on the way to Milan, where was to be crowned King of Lombardy and Veneto.
- King Vittorio Emanuele III bath: 2 hydro-massaging baths with high pressure for maximum stimulation of the body’s circulation. The King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele III was a guest at the Bagni di Bormio in 1917 on his way to the Stelvio-Gavia-Adamello front, to visit the soldiers of the First World War.