Hot Tub Benefits
Warm hydrotherapy is what our body craves when the days get shorter and the nights get longer… As cooler evenings start setting in for Fall, we are drawn to the increased need for sun and warmth. Fire pits, blankets and fireside chats make the nights cozy and relaxing. With our Hot Spring hot tubs and Read More
Both professional and “weekend” athletes can use a hot tub to help repair sore muscles and start the healing process for injuries. Neck and back pain, sport injuries, muscle pulls, spasms, and soreness are often eased simply by a quick dip in the hot tub. Summer is the time when most weekend injuries occur. Even Read More
Across Middle Tennessee, people are looking for a new way to have fun, de-stress, and stay active at home.
June 8th, 2021 – You may have heard recently on the news that chlorine is one of the latest supply shortage issues. A combination of factors that led to a delay in chlorine tablets, including COVID-19 and a massive fire at a chlorine plant in Louisiana that burned down, is responsible for the chlorine shortage. Read More
Painful and stiff joints caused from arthritis are debilitating for many people. According to The Arthritis Foundation, at least 54 million Americans suffer from arthritis, the nation’s #1 cause of disability. May is National Arthritis Awareness Month, and we’re breaking down the top 3 benefits of a Hot Spring Spa for arthritis patients. Hydrotherapy The Read More
Soaking in warm jetted water is oftentimes seen as being a luxury. But did you know that a 20-minute soak session in a hot tub is much more than just a luxurious treat to yourself? It’s actually good for your health and wellbeing! Researchers Dr. Doreen Stiskal of Seton Hall University in New Jersey and Read More
Arthritis Benefits If you are one of the 46 million Americans affected by arthritis, soaking in your Hot Spring spa can help ease your pain. Joint inflammation from arthritis causes swelling, pain and stiffness, often resulting in the loss of joint movement or function. Immersion in warm water produces hydrostatic pressure on the body that Read More
According to the National Sleep Foundation, approximately 132 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders like insomnia more than one night a week. Find out how spending time in your spa before going to bed can lead to a deeper and more peaceful sleep.
There are three factors at work in a spa: heat, buoyancy and massage. Working together, they create a totally relaxing hydromassage 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%*, relieving pressure on muscles and joints with a relaxing Read More