Soak in a spa for a healthier happier you

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Soak in a spa for a healthier happier you

Soak in a spa for a healthier happier you! Hot tubbing is like taking a hot bath, relaxing in your favorite chair,and getting a massage—all at once!


Hot tub wellness hydrotherapy combines heat, buoyancy, and massage to help relax muscles, increase circulation, and help relieve pain and tension. Next time you get sore sitting at your desk, exercising, or carrying your kids around the house – know you can slip into a hot tub for some well-deserved relief.

A hot tub can be a great way to relieve back pain and reward yourself with a massage or some quality R&R time. Take a dip into the warm waters of a Hot Spring, Hot Spot or Freeflow Spa and allow the strategically placed jets which focus on back, legs, feet, and arm areas to loosen up your muscles and melt away your worries.

Hydrotherapy uses water to deliver temperature and pressure changes to the body and works great for anyone with tightness in their muscles or back pain, such as, athletes, elderly, and arthritis sufferers.  Soaking in hot water for up to 20 minutes will cause organs of the endocrine system to become less active, and can decrease blood pressure. This results in a relaxed, less stressful state. A study conducted by Washington State University’s Bruce Becker, M.D., showed that soaking in a 102 degree F tub for 25 minutes produced relaxation and an accompanying decrease in anxiety.

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Provides temporary relief of minor aches and pains

Helps reduce levels of stress and anxiety

Relaxation provides a feeling of well-being and wellness

Temporarily increases circulation where massaged

Helps relieve muscle soreness, stiffness, and tension


Let warm water help wash away achy joints.

Many people affected by arthritis seek relief by soaking in the warm, soothing water of a hot tub. A hot tub can provide the warmth and massage needed to relax joints and muscles, all in the convenience and comfort of your backyard or balcony.

For more information regarding arthritis wellness and the benefits of hot tubs,

visit the Arthritis Foundation website at

NOTE: Before practicing, check with your primary care. Pregnant women should not practice Hot Tub Yoga. Drink plenty of water and stop if you feel dizzy, lightheaded, or sick.

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