Reduce Stress
Reduce Stress

Whether you want to relax on your own or chill out with friends or family, a hot tub is the perfect place. You can spend time together as a family actually talking to each other, having a drink or just enjoying each other's company.

The bubbling of the spa is particularly soothing and many hot tubs have waterfall features or colour changing lighting which enhance relaxation both mentally and physically by improving your overall well-being and mood.  Soaking in a hot tub before bedtime can help you fall into a deeper, more relaxed sleep.

Ease Muscle and Joint Pain

muscle and joint painWarm water can provide health benefits to people suffering from aches and pains. Large water jets inside the spa allow for a high-pressure hydro massage which can be directed to specific parts of the body simply by moving around and adjusting your body to receive the full force of the water.

When running at full intensity, the jets can provide a deep-tissue massage, increasing circulation and promoting the body's natural endorphins to aid healing. Sitting in a hot tub following intensive exercise or sports training helps to soothe tired aching muscles/spasms and speed up sports injury recovery time.

The buoyancy provided by the water reduces body weight by 90 percent, taking pressure off joints. Hydrotherapy in a hot tub can provide symptom relief to some people with arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis whilst performing non-weight bearing exercise.