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BRITAIN-NHS/
RTS1TRTZ
June 26, 2018
Patients participate in a physiotherapy class in the hydrotherapy pool in the Physiotherapy department...
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Pride and worry, Britain's free health service turns 70
Patients participate in a physiotherapy class in the hydrotherapy pool in the Physiotherapy department at Milton Keynes University Hospital in Milton Keynes, central England, Britain, June 8, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "MCKAY NHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXBT
September 26, 2017
A woman swims during a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A woman swims during a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
A woman swims during a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXBM
September 26, 2017
A woman takes part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A woman takes part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
A woman takes part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXB8
September 26, 2017
A woman gestures as she takes part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A woman gestures as she takes part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
A woman gestures as she takes part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXB6
September 26, 2017
Ppeople take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Ppeople take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
Ppeople take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXB5
September 26, 2017
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXB4
September 26, 2017
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DXB3
September 26, 2017
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DX8D
September 26, 2017
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-FITNESS/
RTS1DX74
September 26, 2017
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose
People take part in a water hydrotherapy class at a sports Complex in San Jose, Costa Rica September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLP1
January 05, 2017
Thai veterinarian Padet Siridumrong (L) treats the wounds of Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant,...
Pattaya, Thailand
A veterinarian treats the wounds of a baby elephant after a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a rehabilitation...
Thai veterinarian Padet Siridumrong (L) treats the wounds of Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, after a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLP0
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOZ
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a...
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOY
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a...
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOW
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a...
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, receives help from handlers as she arrives for a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOS
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOR
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, is pictured in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand, January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOQ
January 05, 2017
Handlers wash Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, before a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy...
Pattaya, Thailand
Handlers wash Fah Jam, a baby elephant, before a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a rehabilitation process...
Handlers wash Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, before a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOM
January 05, 2017
Thai veterinarian Padet Siridumrong (L) treats the wounds of Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant,...
Pattaya, Thailand
A veterinarian treats the wounds of a baby elephant after a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a rehabilitation...
Thai veterinarian Padet Siridumrong (L) treats the wounds of Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, after a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOL
January 05, 2017
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, plays with a handler at her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant plays with a handler in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya
Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, plays with a handler at her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOJ
January 05, 2017
Five-month-old baby elephant Fah Jam swims during a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant swims during a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a rehabilitation process to heal her...
Five-month-old baby elephant Fah Jam swims during a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOI
January 05, 2017
A handler feeds Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical...
Pattaya, Thailand
A handler feeds a baby elephant in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya
A handler feeds Fah Jam, a five-month-old baby elephant, in her enclosure at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. The hydrotherapy is thought to help her exercise her bicep muscles and help her walk again as she has been refusing to stand on all four legs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
HUNGARY-BATHS/
RTSIO5J
July 19, 2016
A man gets hydrotherapy at the Lukacs Bath in Budapest, Hungary June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo...
Budapest, Hungary
The Wider Image: Taking the waters in Budapest
A man gets hydrotherapy at the Lukacs Bath in Budapest, Hungary June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo SEARCH "BATHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF36
April 15, 2014
The abbey (R) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
The abbey and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron
The abbey (R) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2U
April 15, 2014
The abbey (L) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
The abbey and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron
The abbey (L) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2P
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata walks past the entry hall at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata walks past the entry hall at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata walks past the entry hall at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2G
April 15, 2014
Sister Gertrudis and sister Bernada (L) walk towards the abbey in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Gertrudis and sister Bernada walk towards the abbey in Marienkron
Sister Gertrudis and sister Bernada (L) walk towards the abbey in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2B
April 15, 2014
A guest room is pictured at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
A guest room is pictured at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
A guest room is pictured at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF1Y
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF1S
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF17
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF0Q
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth and sister Bernada (L) walk at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth and sister Bernada walk at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth and sister Bernada (L) walk at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF0M
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF09
April 15, 2014
Sister Bernada poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Bernada poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Bernada poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEZU
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth talks to sister Bernada (R) at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth talks to sister Bernada at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth talks to sister Bernada (R) at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEZN
April 15, 2014
Sister Gertrudis poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Gertrudis poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Gertrudis poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEZD
April 15, 2014
Sister Gertrudis runs the shop at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Gertrudis runs the shop at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Gertrudis runs the shop at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEYL
April 15, 2014
Sister Bernada talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Bernada talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Bernada talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activites to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEY8
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth (C) talks to guests at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth talks to guests at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth (C) talks to guests at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXX
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXW
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXN
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXE
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXA
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEX0
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWO
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: RELIGION HEALTH SOCIETY)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWM
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH RELIGION SOCIETY)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWH
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth arrives for providing a Kneipp hydrotherapy at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth arrives for providing a Kneipp hydrotherapy at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth arrives for providing a Kneipp hydrotherapy at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTXZ3Q1
April 29, 2013
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy pool, during...
SUTTON SCOTNEY, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy pool, during...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy pool, during her visit to the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern England April 29, 2013. REUTERS/David Parker/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTXZ3PR
April 29, 2013
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy pool, during...
SUTTON SCOTNEY, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy pool, during...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy pool, during her visit to the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern England April 29, 2013. REUTERS/David Parker/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR31F8U
April 30, 2012
A girl wearing a brace on her leg is assisted by a physical therapist during a hydrotherapy session at...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A girl wearing a brace on her leg is assisted by a physical therapist during a hydrotherapy session at...
A girl wearing a brace on her leg is assisted by a physical therapist during a hydrotherapy session at the Association for the Aid of Disabled Children (AACD) in Sao Paulo April 3, 2012. The AACD, a non-profit organization that began in 1950 with just 14 patients, now works with some 8,000 young victims of disabling conditions and diseases such as cerebral palsy to give them better physical skills and improve their lives. Most of the patients are from impoverished or broken homes. Picture taken April 3. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR31F8L
April 30, 2012
Luiza Ezaledo, 2, is assisted by her physical therapist during a hydrotherapy session at the Association...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Luiza Ezaledo is assisted by her physical therapist during a hydrotherapy session at the AACD in Sao...
Luiza Ezaledo, 2, is assisted by her physical therapist during a hydrotherapy session at the Association for the Aid of Disabled Children (AACD) in Sao Paulo April 2, 2012. The AACD, a non-profit organization that began in 1950 with just 14 patients, now works with some 8,000 young victims of disabling conditions and diseases such as cerebral palsy to give them better physical skills and improve their lives. Most of the patients are from impoverished or broken homes. Picture taken April 2. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR31F8J
April 30, 2012
Luiza Ezaledo, 2, undergoes a session of hydrotherapy at the Association for the Aid of Disabled Children...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Luiza Ezaledo undergoes a session of hydrotherapy at the AACD in Sao Paulo
Luiza Ezaledo, 2, undergoes a session of hydrotherapy at the Association for the Aid of Disabled Children (AACD) in Sao Paulo April 2, 2012. The AACD, a non-profit organization that began in 1950 with just 14 patients, now works with some 8,000 young victims of disabling conditions and diseases such as cerebral palsy to give them better physical skills and improve their lives. Most of the patients are from impoverished or broken homes. Picture taken April 2. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTR31F8I
April 30, 2012
A physical therapist supports Luiza Ezaledo, 2, during a hydrotherapy session at the Association for...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A physical therapist supports Luiza Ezaledo during a hydrotherapy session at the AACD in Sao Paulo
A physical therapist supports Luiza Ezaledo, 2, during a hydrotherapy session at the Association for the Aid of Disabled Children (AACD) in Sao Paulo April 2, 2012. The AACD, a non-profit organization that began in 1950 with just 14 patients, now works with some 8,000 young victims of disabling conditions and diseases such as cerebral palsy to give them better physical skills and improve their lives. Most of the patients are from impoverished or broken homes. Picture taken April 2. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
COSTARICA/
RTR2S21F
September 30, 2011
An elderly woman undergoes therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense...
San Jose, Costa Rica
An elderly woman undergoes therapy in a pool in San Jose
An elderly woman undergoes therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense in San Jose September 27, 2011. According to the National Council for the Elderly (Conapan), adults aged 60 and up comprise 9.5 percent of the total population of almost 5 million inhabitants and it is estimated that in the next five years the adult population will grow by 15 percent. The authorities indicate that the Costa Rican population faces an aging problem because of the process of demographic and socioeconomic shifts as well as rapid development of science and technology. According to the U.N.. the world population will reach seven billion this year, making the population almost quarter what it was in 1960. Picture taken September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
COSTARICA/
RTR2S21B
September 30, 2011
Elderly people undergo therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Elderly people undergo therapy in a pool in San Jose
Elderly people undergo therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense in San Jose September 27, 2011. According to the National Council for the Elderly (Conapan), adults aged 60 and up comprise 9.5 percent of the total population of almost 5 million inhabitants and it is estimated that in the next five years the adult population will grow by 15 percent. The authorities indicate that the Costa Rican population faces an aging problem because of the process of demographic and socioeconomic shifts as well as rapid development of science and technology. According to the UN the World Population will reach seven billion this year, making the population almost quarter what it was in 1960. Picture taken September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2F980
June 16, 2010
A osprey with a broken bone is held before undergoing surgery at the Wildlife hospital in Ramat Gan near...
Ramat Gan, Israel
Osprey is held before undergoing surgery at hospital near Tel Aviv
A osprey with a broken bone is held before undergoing surgery at the Wildlife hospital in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv June 16, 2010. The hospital treats about 2,00 animals each year, many of which are rescued after suffering injuries in the wild. The hospital, run by the Ramat Gan Safari and Israel's Nature and Parks Authority, also offers the animals treatments like physical therapy and hydrotherapy. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS)
ISRAEL/
RTR2F954
June 16, 2010
Veterinarian Dr. Yigal Horowitz (C) prepares an osprey, who has a broken bone, for surgery at the Wildlife...
Ramat Gan, Israel
Veterinarian prepares an osprey for surgery at hospital near Tel Aviv
Veterinarian Dr. Yigal Horowitz (C) prepares an osprey, who has a broken bone, for surgery at the Wildlife hospital in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv June 16, 2010. The hospital treats about 2,00 animals each year, many of which are rescued after suffering injuries in the wild. The hospital, run by the Ramat Gan Safari and Israel's Nature and Parks Authority, also offers the animals treatments like physical therapy and hydrotherapy. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS)
ISRAEL/
RTR2F94V
June 16, 2010
Veterinarian Dr. Ariella Rosenzweig prepares an osprey, with a broken bone, for surgery at the Wildlife...
Ramat Gan, Israel
Veterinarian Dr. Ariella Rosenzweig prepares an osprey for surgery at hospital near Tel Aviv
Veterinarian Dr. Ariella Rosenzweig prepares an osprey, with a broken bone, for surgery at the Wildlife hospital in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv June 16, 2010. The hospital treats about 2,00 animals each year, many of which are rescued after suffering injuries in the wild. The hospital, run by the Ramat Gan Safari and Israel's Nature and Parks Authority, also offers the animals treatments like physical therapy and hydrotherapy. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS)
ISRAEL/
RTR2F92R
June 16, 2010
Blackbird chicks open their mouths during feeding at the Wildlife hospital in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv...
Ramat Gan, Israel
Blackbird chicks open their mouths during feeding at hospital near Tel Aviv
Blackbird chicks open their mouths during feeding at the Wildlife hospital in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv June 16, 2010. The hospital treats about 2,00 animals each year, many of which are rescued after suffering injuries in the wild. The hospital, run by the Ramat Gan Safari and Israel's Nature and Parks Authority, also offers the animals treatments like physical therapy and hydrotherapy. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS)
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