Modern hot tubs can provide a great outlet for pain relief and relaxation.
Brands such as Sundance® Spas cater to the many health benefits that hot tubs can offer and gear the technology to maximize those benefits.
One of the many ways is through the addition of footwells with strategically-placed jets, perfect for a relaxing and rejuvenating reflexology massage.
In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at hot tub reflexology and pinpoint exactly why you should partake.
The History Of Reflexology
So what is reflexology?
Reflexology is a therapeutic treatment involving the application of pressure to specific parts of the body, such as hands, feet and ears, in order to promote healing and wellness. It’s an ancient therapy practiced for centuries in countries like China, India and Egypt.
Reflexology practitioners work based on the notion that specific points of the body are connected or mapped to other points of the body through energy channels and putting pressure on these points can help heal and help reclaim the body’s natural balance.
Many people visit reflexologists and physiotherapists for reflexology massages.
While this is a great option, what if we told you that you could kick up the relaxation with hot tub reflexology?
Hot tub reflexology is the method of undergoing a reflexology treatment or session in a hot tub by using the jets located in the footwells.
Yes, it is possible! Contemporary hot tubs use cutting-edge hydromassage technology by adding powerful jet clusters around the feet area to give the tub user the dual benefits of reflexology and hydrotherapy.
These jets stimulate the reflex points in your feet and boost blood flow from the legs to other parts of the body. Foot reflexology can do wonders for people who struggle with foot pain, lower back pain and neuropathy in the legs as it encourages movement and flexibility.
It can also help to improve sleep quality, increase circulation and reduce stress levels.
For the best results, you can also visit a reflexologist for professional treatment before using your hot tub’s footwell jets. Once you know which areas to target, you can then use the jets in your hot tub to your advantage.
Wouldn’t you like a personal home hot tub with foot reflexology specifications?
If you are looking to invest in a home hot tub with foot massage settings, speak with our experts at AJ Spa & Hot Tubs about options that suit your requirements and hot tub prices that fit within your budget.
By soaking in a hot tub for your reflexology treatment, you can maximize the benefits with a whole-body massage!
While the jets in the footwells work to stimulate reflex points, the other jets around the hot tub can provide a full-body massage experience.
The combination of hydrotherapy and reflexology will no doubt result in a feeling of relaxation and rejuvenation, one that lasts long after you exit the water.
The pleasure of stepping into a hot tub after a day of physical or mental exhaustion is second to none.
We feel instant relief when warm water touches our aching muscles and joints.
Modern hot tubs have well-placed massage jets that direct high-pressure streams of water to our lower back, making it an effective treatment for people who suffer from back pain caused by exercise, sciatica, piriformis syndrome, muscle tension, arthritis etc.
A combination of hydrotherapy and top-quality water jets will improve blood circulation and relieve neck, shoulder, back and leg pain.
AJ Spa & Hot Tubs In Patchogue
Buying your own personal hot tub offers you the health benefits of hydrotherapy, aromatherapy and reflexology in the convenience of your own home.
Hot tubs dilate blood vessels, increase blood flow to your muscles and induce drowsiness, making it possible to sleep better.
If your budget is limited, you can simply opt for a two-person hot tub which is priced lower than full-size tubs due to size, while still offering an exceptional spa experience.
Speak with our team at AJ Spa & Hot Tubs in Patchogue for more details on the best hot tubs that suit your lifestyle!