You never know what Mike will find for your roadlogs!Baños, Coahuila
Go ahead. Play in the mud! This thermal mud is miraculous, saith "Mexico" Mike.Los Azufres, MICH
This directory of Mexican hot springs or thermal waters (aguas termales in Spanish) reviews several from simple balnearios to 5 star spas. Those springs noted for relief of psoriasis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraines, insomnia or any other medical condition are highlighted. I am not a doctor. But I have rampant psoriasis all over my body. When in full bloom, people stare and small children run and hide. A week or so at sulfur hot springs reins it in better than the biologics prescribed by my dermatologist.
I used to avoid hot springs. Too "new-Agey" for me. I envisioned a lot of wrinkled old folks floating in dirty water. Then I was diagnosed with degenerative arthritis in my 40's and told I wouldn't be able to walk unassisted in my 50's. I decided to give thermal waters a shot. Today I wander mountain trials in search of waterfalls and wear Merrell hiking boots just in case I hear waterfall whispering to me. I seek every hot spring I hear about from the rustic to the elegant. Then I report back to y'all.
Most hot springs devotees eschew spa resorts as did I once. Eventurally I realized that succumbing to an expert massage after a hard day's driving didn't negate the healing properties of the hot springs outside. Try one - I won't tell your rightous friends back home. What happens in las aguas termales stays in the waters.
A general overview of Mexico's hot springs is here. A directory is on the right side of this page. ¡Disfrute! (Enjoy)