Warm water therapy in a hot tub or swim spa can help you relieve pain, alleviate muscle soreness, and ease stress. But how you take advantage of the health benefits of a hot tub or swim spa can be unique to your needs.
In this Facebook Live video, swim spa specialists Ben Gilliam and Mari Cuticelli share how Master Spas owners share how they benefit from swim spa and hot tub therapy.
Hydrotherapy massage can help with pain and discomfort in the back, hips, shoulders, and more. Master Spas hot tubs and swim spas feature premium hydrotherapy jets so you can relax and target high tension areas.
Swim spa owners have discovered that the swim jets can be used for more than exercise. With the water current at a gentle speed, you can use the jets to relieve low back pain and hip discomfort.
Select Master Spas hot tubs and swim spas have Master Blaster foot therapy jets. This unique jet has 14 individual nozzles that deliver a reflexology-type massage. The jets are designed to help with foot pain and alleviate discomfort associated with plantar fasciitis. Owners, though, share that they also use the foot therapy jets to ease hip and knee pain.
Dual-zone swim spas have two separate bodies of water, one designed for exercise and recreation and the other for therapy. The two areas have unique controls, allowing each side to be set to a different water temperature. Owners share that they use the divider for additional seating, playing games, or even resting.
Hot tubs are often used for relaxation and hydrotherapy massage. Owners, though, have also found that they can do gentle exercise and stretching in a hot tub. Ben demonstrates how to do stretches while relaxing.
Why is it beneficial to do stretches in a hot tub? The warm water helps improve circulation and mobility, allowing you to get deeper into a stretch with less effort.
In addition, he shows how to interchange the jets of the hot tub to personalize your spa experience.
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