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Hot Tubs do more than help you relax! They are a proven source of comfort for many common aches & ailments.

Doctors, trainers & physical therapists routinely prescribe hydrotherapy to alleviate the symptoms of muscle strains, sprains & other injuries.  Soaking in hot water can accelerate the healing process & relieve pain caused by some types of arthritis & short-term injuries.

 What can a hot tub do for your specific needs?

  • Relaxing in a spa stimulates the release of endorphin’s, giving you a sense of well being and rejuvenation.
  • A morning soak in a hot tub can provide temporary relief from arthritis pain.
  • Relaxing in hot water for 15 minutes, approximately 90 minutes before bedtime causes the body’s internal thermostat to pull your temperature down, enabling you to drift into a deeper, more relaxing sleep.
  • There is even a study that showed that soaking in a hot tub can reduce blood sugar levels by 13% for people with Type 2 Diabetes.

Whether it is to unwind from the complexities of everyday life or to soothe sore muscles and joints caused by sports injuries or minor strains, the hydro-massage provided by our hot tubs can help you feel better naturally.

Learn more about our hot hubs and Pain and Arthritis Relief and how hot tubs can help you experience Less Stress and Better Sleep.

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Pain & Arthritis

Hot Tub therapy is recognized as one of the best and most natural pain reducers.
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Stress & Relief

Hot tubs deliver a much needed therapy to remove that stress from your life.
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Entertainment & Party Ideas

We cannot forget that owning a hot tub is A LOT OF FUN!


Health Benefits

Hydrotherapy is an age-old form of healing and stress relief. It is based on three simple principles: heat, buoyancy and water movement, or hydro-massage.

Heat & Buoyancy

Warm Water dilates the blood vessels and increases circulation in the body. This enables enzymes and endorphins (the body’s natural pain relievers) to work more rapidly and efficiently on areas of the body, such as muscles and joints that have been strained, injured or stressed. Warm water also enables the cells to more easily rid themselves of metabolic waste, which is replaced by oxygen and the body’s natural nutrients.

Buoyancy is a simple physics issue. The body weighs 90 percent less when suspended in water. Specific gravity is reduced, and pressure on the spine, muscle groups, ligaments and joints is significantly eased.