Why buy a hot tub

The idea of a relaxing soak in hot water is not new. For centuries, hydrotherapy has been a popular pastime for people around the world. Ancient cultures throughout history have enjoyed this practice, establishing the benefits of hydrotherapy from naturally occurring thermal springs to elaborately constructed bath houses. Whether for relaxation, recovery or connection time, see how hot tubs enhance your life.


Hydrotherapy has a range of health benefits. The heat itself promotes circulation and speeds up removal of lactic acid, while the buoyancy of the water lifts the effects of gravity and takes the pressure off joints for pain relief.

While most people associate hot tubs with fitness and recovery, research supports the benefits of hydrotherapy for many conditions, including:

Lower back pain
Restless leg syndrome
Leg cramps

Even if you don't have health issues, hot tub therapy can help with one thing that's good for everyone: entertainment and family time. Learn more about how hot tub hydrotherapy can help with a wide variety of conditions, from arthritis to training.