Hot Tubs for Hydromassages and Hydrotherapy

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There are many reasons why people purchase hot tubs. Some buy a hot tub because it’s a simple way to relax in their own backyard, garden or solarium. Other people install a hot tub because they love spending quality time with friends and family. So, whatever the reason for taking the plunge, most hot tub owners come to love and appreciate the benefits they receive from their hot tub.

There are three factors at work in a spa: heat, buoyancy, and massage. Working together, they create a totally relaxing hydro-massage experience. The heat in a hot tub raises your body temperature, increasing circulation. The buoyancy of the hot tub reduces your body weight by 90% (Bodyweight reduced by 90% with neck-depth immersion), relieving pressure on muscles and joints with a relaxing sensation of weightlessness.

Benefits that can come from something called hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy isn’t a new concept, in fact, it’s been around since ancient Egypt, Rome, and Greece. Since those times, however, we’ve certainly made some great strides in technology and in a better understanding of how it can help your overall health. So, if you’re at all interested in learning more about hydrotherapy keep reading. We’ve got everything you need to know right here!

What is Hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy involves the use of water for soothing an aching body or speeding the recovery of other muscular ailments. Combining water with air and heat to promote well-being in the form of hydrotherapy has been used for various health issues such as muscular conditions and rheumatic diseases.

There are different ways in which you can use a hot tub to aid injury recovery and improve health and well-being, some of which we explain below.

Finally, hydrotherapy is a great stress-reducer and has been shown to relieve anxiety and promote feelings of well-being.

Currently, there are many different variations of hydrotherapy, many of which are offered at spas, gyms, or by physicians. These options however typically aren’t cheap, even if they are effective.

How does it work?

When it comes to using your hot tub for hydrotherapy, there are two major factors in how it helps to improve your overall health and wellbeing. These two factors include buoyancy and heat.

Buoyancy: When you immerse yourself in water, you start to float. This weightlessness immediately helps to take the pressure off of your joints. Without that it, you immediately feel a sense of relief. Your pain can start to fade, and you can start to relax.

Heat: Warm water soothes your body by making your organs slow down. When your organs slow down, you can’t help but feel more relaxed. Warm water also makes you sweat, which helps the body to release any and all toxins. One important thing to note is that you shouldn’t spend the entire day soaking in warm or hot water. It is possible to slow your system down too much and increase pressure on your organs.

When you combine buoyancy and heat together, your body can potentially help heal itself from all sorts of issues.

What are the benefits of hydrotherapy?

All our hot tubs give you the benefits of hydrotherapy from the comfort of your own home. Using a hot tub at home will help you to see the following healing benefits:

Reduction of muscle tension

Remember floating around in a pool as a child? That feeling of weightlessness relieves tension within your limbs and the supporting muscles. Sitting in your hot tub, feeling weightless realises endorphin's which act as a natural pain reliever to reduce muscle soreness.

Rehabilitate Muscles

Raising the body's temperature, increasing blood flow and improving circulation are all the things your hot tub will do to help heal injured tissues and rehabilitate damaged muscles and joints.

A Boost to the Immune System

You may have heard of lymph (fluid of the immune system that collects and gets rid of unwanted materials from the body), your hot tubs hydrotherapy will stimulate white blood cells to carry any lymph efficiently through the body and strengthen your immune system. See a difference in the way you fight colds and other illnesses.


Turn the temperature up to 40°C and sweat it all out. The body eliminates toxins and impurities by flushing them out through the skin, the perfect hangover cure.


Stress is a common cause of high blood pressure in the busy world of today so slow down the body’s reaction to anxiety and release natural endorphins to fight that stress off.

Please note that hot tubs and spas aren’t a substitute for proper treatment and advice from your licensed medical professional. Be sure to consult with a medical professional prior to using a hot tub for exercise.

If you still have questions or you need more information, please don't hesitate to contact us or call us anytime at 605 090 388.

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