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The benefits

There is nothing quite like sitting back and relaxing in spa. The warm water and massage jets sucking the tension of the week out of your body. It was the Romans and ancient Greeks who discovered the health benefits of water and now with today's technology is so easy to totally relax your body and mind.

  • Soothes your muscles and joints.
  • Reduces stress and tension.
  • Reduces insomnia.
  • Gives relief from Arthritic Pain.
  • Is ideal before and after exercise.
  • Is great for the kids.
  • Adds romance to your life.

Definition Of A Spa

Any water-filled vessel that has jets fitted and is connected to a circulation pump providing a water whirlpool action. There are 3 types of spas- Spa Baths, Spa Pools and Swim Spas.

Today most spa pools are vacuum formed into various shapes and sizes using acrylic sheeting. A small percentage of spa pools are still made from fiber glass, wood, concrete or polyethylene. Some people refer to spa pools as "hot tubs" or "Jacuzzis". "Jacuzzi" is not a spa, but the name of an American company that first introduced the whirlpool action. A hot tub refers to a vessel completely made from timber.

Spa Baths

A spa bath is just the same as a normal bath tub except for the extra plumbing used to connect it to a circulation pump. It can be used to replace a normal bath tub in a bathroom setting.


Spa Pools

A spa pool is a larger jetted vessel with actual seating positions incorporated into its design. There are 2 types of spa pools-portable spas and non portable spas, each can be placed inside or outside the house.

Swim Spas

A swim spa is a longer spa pool that allows both swimming and spa therapy. The swim spa is divided into two distinct sections-a spa section and a 'swim on the spot' section.


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