By definition, a pool spa is a regular swimming pool featuring a smaller spa area with jets, heated water and other relaxing features. The initial reason you may choose to install a pool spa is for the chance to enjoy therapeutic relaxation in your own back yard. The warmth, movement and buoyancy of water revitalize the body and mind, making you feel recharged and refreshed.
But that’s not all.
Research has also revealed that warm water hydrotherapy lowers blood pressure, relieves fatigue, promotes faster tissue repair, and provides pain relief from chronic and acute conditions, including arthritis and muscle pain from sports injuries. These benefits are largely possible because warm water and spa jets increase blood flow and stimulate the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good, pain-relieving chemicals.
Clearly, whether you simply want a convenient place to wind down at home, or you have a health condition that requires hydrotherapy, a pool spa could be the perfect addition to your back yard.