Benefits of Home Spas

Since ancient times, the natural curative power of bubbling hot water has been well known and used widely.

 

Modern scientific research confirms that hydrotherapy can reduce muscle pain and accelerate the process of recovery after exertion such as sport.

It also eases arthritic pain and provides relief from some diabetic symptoms.

 

Stress and stress-related conditions

The perfect antidote!

A relaxing, restful bath that makes stress and its effects on the body melt away. The hot water and a stress-relieving massage reduce anxiety and relax tense muscles, while the spa setting helps to reduce high blood pressure and relieve the symptoms of migraines and chronic pain caused by stress.

 

You’ll sleep better

Say goodbye to insomnia by enjoying a daily spa session!

The spa allows your body’s internal thermostat to lower your body temperature and you’ll slip into a deeper, more relaxing sleep. The spa also relieves tension in your body, providing a natural remedy – unlike prescription or over-the-counter medicines and alcohol, which cause you to feel sleepy but which have other, harmful side-effects. The National Sleep foundation – “soaking in hot water, such as a hot tub before retiring to bed can ease the transition into a deeper sleep.” (National Sleep foundation Website, 2005)

 

Healing

The spa accelerates the natural healing process, reducing levels of pain and fatigue and relieving muscle pain caused by exercise.

It also lowers blood pressure, relaxes the muscles and stimulates the release of endorphins, which act as natural painkillers.

It increases the rate of blood flow and improves the circulation, while speeding up the body’s natural processes to eliminate toxins, which are replaced by oxygen and the body’s natural nutrients.

Tennis Magazine – “Your skin and muscles loosen and relax from the increased blood circulation” adding, “If muscles are injured, a soak in a hot tub increases blood flow to the injured area, bring nutrients to help repair the damage.”

 

Chronic illness

Potential benefits for those who suffer from chronic illness include a reduction in blood sugar levels.

The spa also improves sleep and the overall sense of well-being, and is particularly useful for people who are unable to perform exercises on a hard surface.

Arthritis / Chronic pain

The spa uses heat, massage and the buoyancy of water to provide relief from these conditions, all in the comfort of your own garden – as if you had your own personal masseur!

The hot water raises the temperature of the body and dilates the blood vessels to improve the circulation, while the buoyancy of the water reduces the weight of the body by around 90%, reducing the workload for your heart up to 20 percent, relieving the pressure on the joints and muscles, thereby making exercise more accessible.

 

The spa also makes it easier to move the joints and restores and preserves the strength and flexibility of your joints while protecting them from further damage. The warm water heats the joints and reduces inflammation.

It softens collagen tissues, making them more flexible and making your movements smoother and less painful, while providing a sufficient degree of resistance without aggravating pain in arthritic joints or weakened muscles, and can even restore muscle strength while helping you to move more fully.

The Arthritis Foundation – “Hydrotherapy is one method of using water to treat arthritis. The soothing warmth and buoyancy of the water makes it a safe, ideal environment for relieving pain.” (Practical help from the Arthritis Foundation, 2003 brochure)

 

A space of conviviality

Sun Spa hot tubs are specially designed to provide a perfectly comfortable setting, allowing you to switch easily between seated and reclining positions and to select from different types of massages.

 

The specific action of each type of jet and their location within the tub are finely tuned to provide all types of hydro-massage.

We never set aside enough time with our friends and family. Paradoxically, this is one of the most important priorities in our life, yet one that we neglect the most.

These moments, which should be intense and full of authenticity, often end up being no more than a meal snatched against the backdrop of the stresses and strains of everyday life.

Your home spa will open up a unique new way to discuss and communicate with the people you love, which is the ideal way to share moments of relaxation whenever you want.

A place that is specifically set aside for your friends, family, and overall well being.