The flow of warm water loosens muscle tension, relieves pressure on surrounding nerves, joints and blood vessels, and eases movement, which is important for relieving symptoms of arthritis and back pain. The jet-driven force of the water also stimulates healthy circulation and digestion, and improves skin tone.
In both Eastern and Western medicine, doctors, trainers, and physical therapists routinely prescribe hydrotherapy to alleviate the symptoms of muscle strains, sprains and other injuries; accelerate the healing process; and relieve pain caused by some types of arthritis and short-term injuries.
Aromatherapy can stir the spirit, focus the mind, promote well-being.
  • • Mitigates the symptoms of muscle strains, sprains, and many other injuries
  • • Increases blood flow and circulation
  • • Alleviates back pain
  • • Eases the symptoms of arthritis
  • • Brings the body into a more calm and liberated state
  • • Encourages a deep, restful sleep
  • • Diminishes chronic pain
  • • Reduces blood sugar levels for Type 2 diabetics
  • • Helps restore range of motion
  • • Speeds the elimination of toxins, which are replaced by oxygen and the body’s natural nutrients
  • • May help lower blood pressure

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