Having a hot tub as part of a holiday accommodation package is becoming more of a requirement, than an optional extra, as holidaymakers have become more aware of the proven lifestyle and health benefits of exercise and hydrotherapy.
The interest in hot tubs has proliferated, and they have become a very popular internet search term, so investing in them should assist you to increase your bookings and therefore your revenue!Read more →
Humans have known the health benefits of water and hydrotherapy for centuries, and although we have made countless medical advances in the western world, many people are returning to the proven treatments of the past for good, non-invasive therapies.
Many members of the British and Irish Spa and Hot Tub Association (BISHTA) have reported that the popularity of owning a hot tub at home has increased again this year. Hydrotherapy products range from basic inflatable spas to portable hot tubs and even swim spas and exercise pools which can offer hydrotherapy and exercise space, all in one self-contained unit.Read more →
This is an amazing story and an example where a Hot Tub can change lives. This Hot Tub was installed for a young boy with a serious skin condition Ichthyosis. Ichthyosis a continual and widespread scaling of the skin; also appearing dry and uncomfortable.
When Michelle’s son Stacie was born he was not expected to live long enough to even leave the hospital. He is now six and has extremely complex needs. He needs daily physio to maintain his health. Read more →
After suffering from severe back and joint pain for over 20+years, Sallie was referred to a Rheumatologist by her doctor, who diagnosed her with Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder, Degenerative Disc Disease and Fibromyalgia.
Jack is 15 years old and has cerebral palsy severely affecting his muscles which have left him wheelchair bound. Jack’s tranquillity is in water, a place he appears to feel relaxed and full of joy.Read more →
This is about the journey of Dayton whose health problems started at birth, when mother Elaine, was rushed in for an emergency caesarian. Dayton then spent the next seven weeks in intensive care and it was only after a blood transfusion that Dayton was eventually cleared to return to the family home.Read more →
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