Aromatherapy has been used for over 6,000 years across the globe. Holistic Health Practitioners today believe that essential oils can be used to treat ailments such as headaches and Read More..
I love to swim, should I get a pool or a swim spa hot tub? One major difference between a pool and a hot tub is the ability Read More..
Looking for an idea for your next Thermospas hot tub get-together? What about a hot tub cinema night? A company in East London promises an “Unforgettable Hot Tub Read More..
A new study by Dr. Joel M. Stager, University of Indiana, concluded that exercising in water actually slows the aging process by up to 20 percent. It provides benefits to respiration, muscle mass, bone density, cardiovascular activity and neurological functions. Though swimming offers many benefits, there are disadvantages of pool ownership, including: limited seasonal use, large space requirements, costly building code regulations, high degree of maintenance, expensive upkeep, and a detriment to the home’s resale value. All have contributed to the slow growth in swimming pool sales. In response to these concerns, ThermoSpas engineers designed the revolutionary swim spa, called the Spa Trainer. Large enough to accommodate up to 12 adults, the Spa Trainer features a powerful current that allows you to swim endlessly, while the other side provides the ultimate hot tub experience.
ThermoSpas Swim Spa, hot tub and exercise machines for water exercise and physical therapy. Trying to decide between a hot tub or a swimming pool? ThermoSpas has designed the best of both worlds with the revolutionary swim spa.
With winter holidays just around the corner it’s time to begin planning any parties or celebrations to help you and your friends relax and enjoy the merriment of Read More..