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For more than ten years, leading spa and wellness consultants, Spa Vision have worked in partnership with Kurland, the ground-breaking creators of spa-technology and treatment design, to deliver exceptional experiences across wellness, spa and health.

Spa Vision currently incorporates patented equipment and systems from Kurland in its extensive, high-quality portfolio including the Stonebath® Rasul®, Sabbia Med®, Soft-Pack® System, Salve in Terra®, and the latest innovation to join the range, the exciting SnowBliss experience.

The Kurland offer enables Spa Vision to tap into unlimited design opportunities and craftsmanship which can be passed onto their clients to meet their specific needs. In addition, the commitment to sustainable resources demonstrates a responsible approach.

Together the partners have designed and delivered some incredible projects including the high-quality thermal experiences at Mottram Hall, Ye Olde Bell, Woolacombe Bay, The Fife Arms and Mill Wheel in the UK alone. Each required a tailored approach to align with both design and aspiration for the individual spas.

Colin Cameron, Director at Spa Vision said, “Working with Kurland for over 10 years has enabled us to forge a strong relationship and a detailed appreciation of how best to combine our expertise. With us opening up offices in Australia, we are now well positioned to expand this partnership into new territories. Kurland’s manufacturing excellence is second to none and combined with their ground-breaking technology capabilities, they can offer our clients unique, inspiring and holistic solutions.”

Esa Ranta, owner of Kurland GmbH: "We are proud to have such a competent partner in Spa Vision, who support us actively with their expertise – in the UK and Australia as well as internationally. In close cooperation, we have realised great projects and created extraordinary wellness experiences. All future projects will also benefit from this valuable cooperation".

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Company Details
Spa Vision Ltd
A global spa and wellbeing specialist supplying premium thermal rooms, equipment and furniture.
Head Office UK Sulis House at Box House Bath Road Box Wiltshire SN13 8AA UK

Sales & Enquiries:
UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa & the Americas:
- Spa Vision Ltd - Tel: +44 (0)1225 744450
Australia & Asia:
- Spa Vision Pty Ltd - Tel: +61 (0) 418951353
+44 (0)1225 744450 / +61 (0) 418951353
For more than ten years, leading spa consultants, Spa Vision have worked in parrtnership with Kurland to deliver exceptional experiences across wellness, spa and health

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