Paotang, the Mandarin word for soak. Traditional Chinese medicine finds a cornerstone in fiery mineral soup of Chinese hot springs. With traditions and medicinal practices founded around these pools dating back well into the 7th century B.C. (Western Zhou Dynasty). Utilizing the skin as a major organ and its ability to guide healing minerals into the body has been embraced in Chinese culture. Paotang behind your own “Great Wall” with your imaginary Terracotta Army at your beck and call. The medicinal benefits pair with the cultural traditions of cleanliness, heat and of course no clothing allowed.