Thermal spas have been used for centuries as an integral part of general health and relaxation. Many cultures have realized the many benefits to the mind, body and spirit. The spa industry began in the 1960's when spa tubs with hydro therapy jets were developed as a substitute for thermal spas used by ancient cultures.
Some benefits of hydrotherapy.
It is widely recognized that the benefit of warm water and a soothing massage is to relieve anxiety and relax tense muscles. It has been shown that a half an hour in a spa will relieve chronic pain due to stress.
Many people affected by arthritis seek relief by soaking in warm water. A spa can provide the warmth, massage and buoyancy needed to both relax and exercise muscles and joints in the privacy and comfort of your home.
Accelerates the natural healing process. Pain, fatigue and soreness associated with exercise is eased. Muscles are relaxed and by the release of endorphins — the body's natural pain killer — is stimulated. Increases blood flow and circulation, thus speeds up the elimination of toxins.
Relaxation and family fun
Aside from its many therapeutically benefits a spa can be used for family fun and relaxation. Whether you are cooling of under the sun or warming up under the stars a Paradise Spa is how to draw the family together. Quality time can be spent. In this busy age of computers, video games and television a spa is the ideal way for families to play and to get to know each other again.