Αλατοσπήλαιο Αθηνών στο MEGA με τον Καμπουράκη


Uploaded by saltcaves on 02.10.2009

Transcript:
Journalist 1: In the center of Athens, there is a salt cave, as we see in a place that has 40 tones on the ceiling, walls and bottom.
Journalist 2: Its in the center of Athens and it’s the first Saltcave in Greece;
Its the first salt cave in Greece and as you will see, Mr. Masoulas is here with us, the man who had the bright idea to bring in Greece, because there are salt caves in other countries;
Journalist 2: That thing is salt;
Journalist 1: What you see is Pakistani salt, and the salt that we step on the floor is from Poland and the Dead Sea. How did you think of it Mr Masoulas;
Journalist 2: is this a Franchise that exists abroad Mr Masoulas; Good morning
Journalist 1: Is there a Franchise abroad;
BM: There are companies that manufacture these Salt caves, over 25 years. Scientists have seen the results of this environment by doctors and mineralogists and recreate the environment, the therapeutic environment of salt mines.
Journalist 1: Here we are in conditions of salt mines
BM: In these saltmines was observed, for several centuries, that people working in salt mines, didn’t get sick and they were very creative. If we visit now some of these salt mines, we will see statues carved by salt mine workers.
Journalist 2: Sorry, people we see are sleeping;
BM: What people do is that they come and do the sessions of relaxation and rejuvenation that lasts 45 minutes and in this case before going to work or another activity.
Journalist 2: ... And the remain still for 45 minutes or do some other activity as well;
Journalist 1: They sit without doing any other activity, right;
BM: In this case, they sit and do nothing else.
Journalist 2: What is the sense in doing that;
BM: The idea is that by inhaling we receive these ions, iodine, magnesium etc which has the rock salt and are passing on our body through breathing and we have some beneficial effects. Improve the function of electrolytes, we thus improve the functioning of our immune system and this helps to improve any medical conditions we are dealing. We do not say that it heals but that it helps healing. Respiratory, cardiovascular, dermatological, arthritis and physical control of body weight, increases the body's metabolism, stress (it is extremely relaxing), anyone can understand this by just entering the room.
Journalist 1: They come from companies to have meetings here;
BM: Of course,in this space, many executives are coming for the first time, either because they got a gift or they come out of curiosity to see it to know it, then they propose it for their meetings.
Journalist 2: Really, they have the meeting of their company there;
BM: They make the meeting, not lying! Usually what they do is by starting with 45 relaxing 45 minutes before the meeting that creates a feeling of euphoria and wellness. Then we change the space, place chairs, flip chart, and a projector and begin the meeting.
Journalist 2: Do they have facilities where people from Maximou can have their morning coffee.
BM: they could have their morning coffee here. We have wireless network, they can work here when there are no people relaxing inside. you understand that its not a place where someone can read his newspaper.
Journalist 2: And how much does this thing cost; So when I come 45 minutes to relax, to sleep there in the chair, like the lady does right now, how much do i pay;
BM: You will pay 30 Euros. Now if you get a group of 5-12 people, which is the maximum Capacity of the cave the cost is at 24 Euros.
Journalist 2: Here the lady has fallen asleep;
BM: This lady is pregnant, she comes often and had hypothyroidism. Sessions at the salt cave helped her and then she got pregnant. Now she comes to get some rest. 0:05:56.000,0:05:60.000 Journalist 2: It’s the first time I hear that salt can cure!
BM: There are studies .. In Greece it is not popular but in countries such as Germany, Poland, which has salt mines, and salt caves are used like sanatoriums.
Journalist 1: That’s why you brought the salts from the Dead Sea.
Journalist 2: How much salt is in the cave;
Journalist 1: 40 tones
BM: The cave has 40 tons of rock salt, it does not get damaged. There is a waterfall and a Salinas. The waterfall and Salinas use water with high quality Polish salt and which help to provide more ions in the space.
Journalist 2: Yes. Interesting. Thank you very much.
BM: I am suggesting it to you, because I come from the world of multinationals. For 23 years I’ve worked there and decided 3 years ago to change direction and you imagine the levels of anxiety. We invite you to come and make your show inside the salt cave, and some of your meetings here.
Journalist 2: Good morning, thank you very much, good idea for you.