Hydrotherapy involves the use of water for soothing the body or speeding the recovery of muscles. Water and bubbles help to reduce the gravitational pull on the body reducing our body weight. Together this with the warmth of the water it greatly eases stress on the body’s muscles and joints, by dilating the blood vessels meaning less pressure on the heart, helping to cope with stress and anxiety giving your body and mind time to relax.
In a recent publication from Dr. Bruce Becker, the Hot Water & Healthy Living Gen. 2.0, we see there are many medical benefits of a hot tub when used on a regular basis.
Build up on tension in the shoulders often leave you feeling tight and uncomfortable, sink into our hot tubs and let the jets work on them.
Everyday tasks and even long periods seated put huge strain on your back and spine causing aches and pains.
Pressure builds up everyday in the lower back, but positioned jets ease the pressure and help you relax.
Circulation stimulation is key with this area, jets moving water and air close to the body helps to revitalise muscles and improve blood circulation.
The pressure placed on your legs and feed on a daily basis is incredible! Attention to these areas creates a relaxing experience but also with full body circulation.