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Hot tub therapy has long been a favorite of athletes for the relief of post-training muscle soreness, strain, and injuries. Even if you’re not an athlete, staying active, whether it’s a daily walk, a game of tennis, bicycling, or gardening, can leave you feeling some aches and pains. For participants in recreational sports, most injuries are not the result of sudden catastrophes, but come from overuse, or not being properly conditioned for a particular activity.

As a hot tub owner, you can experience the post-workout benefits of hot tub therapy, right in your own backyard. In both Western and Eastern healing traditions, professionals routinely recommend or prescribe hydrotherapy for the relief of pain caused by overworked muscles, arthritis pain, and certain types of injuries.


Hot Tub Water Therapy: Whether you’ve spent a day cleaning out the garage or an afternoon on the golf course, you might be feeling some extra fatigue and muscle soreness. One of the best ways to alleviate the discomfort is by easing into a warm-water massage in a hot tub. The combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage in a hot tub is designed to deliver a highly effective Hydrotherapy spa.

Hydrotherapy is used to “treat injuries and aid in the rehabilitation of the athlete,” according to the book, Principles of Manual Sports Medicine by Steven J. Karageanes. Writing about the effects of a warm-water whirlpool, Karageanes states, “It is believed that the circulating water causes mechanical stimulation to the skin, which causes a reflex anesthetic effect and a decrease in muscle spasm. The after-workout health benefits you get from a hot tub are far-reaching.


  • Mitigate the symptoms of muscle strains, sprains, and other injuries
  • Increase blood flow and circulation
  • Alleviate back pain
  • Ease the symptoms of arthritis
  • Help restore range of motion
  • Bring the body into a more calm state

For the relief of aches and pains in the neck, shoulders and back, the massage therapy seat is usually the best seat in the spa. You can also choose to stretch out in a full-body lounge for an overall massage. Our patented jets are specially designed to move water in new ways. They surpass the action of less advanced jets in creating therapeutic massage styles. Sophisticated engineering allows them to move water with distinct variations, from swirling to pulsating. After a workout, nothing feels better than a massage from a hot tub. Check with our store for more information about hydrotherapy and exercise.


Working out in the hot tub might be a great solution for you. Before starting any new exercise regimen, it’s recommended that you first consult with your general health care provide to ensure that it’s the best choice for your health and safety. Once you have the green light and are ready to begin exercising in the spa, you may want to consider the following exercises:

  • Jumping jacks
  • Squats
  • Arm crossovers
  • Triceps dips
  • Wall push-ups
  • Lunges
  • Jogging or walking in place
  • Reverse crunches
  • Torso twists

Consider adding waterproof weights to your hot tub workout for even better results. If you’re looking for a workout that is even lower impact, you may want to try yoga as well. There are many poses that can be executed safely within the water and means of your hot tub.