Health Benefits

Wood Fired Hot Tubs

If the idea of sipping champagne in your own hot tub admiring an exquisite view while relaxing with family or friends isn’t enough to tempt you, how about the endless health benefits?

For centuries, people from all over the world have enjoyed and benefited from the therapeutic qualities of water. There is evidence that Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Turkish, Japanese and Nordic cultures have all used their own version of a hot tub or spa to heal ailments or achieve a state of relaxation unachievable by other means.

Wallowing in hot water has been known to reduce blood pressure, aid muscle relaxation and cause temporary pain relief due to the muting of the central nervous system’s sensitivity. Thermal stimulation eases collagen-rich tissues, resulting in an increased range of joint motion, while the natural buoyancy of the water supports body weight, reducing the significant strain on joints. It doesn’t stop there, an increase of blood flow and therefore reduction of blood pressure allows for total relaxation and a better night’s sleep.

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