Beyond acting as an entertainment area and place to unwind in your home, Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs can be an important addition to your personal health regimen.
Hydrotherapy is a practice that goes back thousands of years in many cultures all over the world and continues into the current day as an effective way to relax, soothe aching muscles and joint pain, and relieve congestion. Water therapy is also used to help speed up recovery from injuries and improve circulation. Spending a little time in the warmth of your hot tub each day can lessen the stress on your body even after you’ve gotten out, making it an important factor in maintaining your health. Additionally, your hot tub recreates the feeling of luxurious spa treatments at home. The decadence of hydromassage, paired with our lighting and sound options, will result in an experience that transports you away from the stress of daily life. The aromatherapy suffusing the air outside the tub will add an element of pleasing scent, while the patented high-volume, low-pressure jetting systems will deliver relaxing reflexology inside the tub. Better yet, you won’t have to leave your home to enjoy this personal pampering.
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A high-volume, low pressure jetting system sets Jacuzzi apart from the industry. With exclusively designed and exclusive PowerPro® jets, we deliver balanced soothing massage. PowerPro jets deliver an average of 50/50 air-to-water mixture ensuring soft yet powerful rejuvenation.
To test the jets in a hot tub, contact your local Jacuzzi hot tub dealer.
“Hydrotherapy is often recommended to patients with arthritis as water provides a range of benefits…”
– Annals of Rheumatic Disease
Reflexology is based on the belief that there are reflexes in the feet and hands that correspond to every part of the body.
Hot tub therapy jets directed to pressure points in the feet can increase circulation and promote specific joint and muscular functions.
Aromatherapy is defined as the use of evaporating plant oils, including essential oils, for psychological and physical well-being. Specific scents can have beneficial effects on your mind and body.
Chromatherapy uses various colors of light to help calm or rejuvenate your spirit. Your body reacts to specific colors in positive ways, helping ease the pains and pressures of everyday life. Why not make chromatherapy part of your hot tub therapy experience?