-Speed recovery from injuries
-Relieve muscle soreness by facilitating the removal of lactic acid
-Open the blood vessels to improve circulation
-Relax the muscles around arthritic joints
-Promote the flow of endorphins
Along with the relaxation and enjoyment you’ll have as a hot tub owner in one of Imagine Backyard Living’s exceptional environments, there are a number of different benefits from a physiotherapy standpoint of having a hot tub.
Spa Ownership Vs. Pool Ownership
Hot tubs cost less substantially than swimming pools to install, and cost significantly less for electrical, water, and chemical use and ongoing service and maintenance is a breeze. With parts and labor warranties of up to 5 years, you can just relax and enjoy. And they can be installed in almost any residential environment.
The Hot Tub and Your Lifestyle
Create a new space as part of your home where you can entertain family and friends year-round. Hot tubs are the perfect place for a group to relax and have fun, and combined with Imagine Backyard Living’s other amenities, you can enjoy the ideal environment for parties and get-togethers.
Hot tubs are a place where family and friends, of any age can find enjoyment and bonding time. They add a new meeting place and hub to the home that can be used everyday of the year. Just 10 or 15 minutes together in your new hot tub every night will provide relaxation, stress relief and a special time to connect.
Imagine Backyard Living’s exceptional hot tub products and outdoor environments will improve your home and your family’s quality of life, providing a place for family members of all ages to enjoy together.
Hot tubs provide significant therapeutic benefits that will enhance your fitness regimen. Water is used in physiotherapy to:
– speed recovery from injuries
– relieve muscle soreness by facilitating the removal of lactic acid
- open the blood vessels to improve circulation
– relax the muscles around arthritic joints
– promote the flow of endorphins
All of these benefits combined with the opportunity of a moment of rest from the distractions of daily life make hydrotherapy both physically and mentally therapeutic.