WHAT IS HYDROMASSAGE?
HydroMassage provides the benefits of massage, without the inconvenience of getting undressed.
Using heated water, HydroMassage Beds and Lounges provide a relaxing, rejuvenating experience.
HydroMassage can be found in fitness centers, spas, hotels and medical offices.
Experience the Benefits of HydroMassage
BOOST YOUR WELLNESS
• Provide temporary relief of minor aches and pains
• Relieve muscle soreness, stiffness and tension
• Increase circulation in local areas where massaged
• Reduce stress and anxiety
• Enhance the feeling of well-being and deep relaxation
How HydroMassage Works
• More comfortable massage experience than mechanical chairs; preferred 8 to 1 by users
• Water contours to your body more naturally than metal rollers
• Heat and massage combined provides soothing, deeply relaxing experience
• Massage where you need it; able to focus on 60 different points of the body
• Trusted by doctors and wellness professionals for more than 30 years
Frequently Asked Questions
If you head to the HydroMassage chair directly after a workout, it will aid in reducing muscle soreness, reduce inflammation, and will help speed up muscle recovery so that you have less downtime in between exercises. Better yet, after a workout, you can handle a deep tissue massage.
A regular HydroMassage session, once or twice a week, can really ensure that you realize the benefits of water massage, including increased circulation, relieved muscle tension, reduced stress and anxiety
In as little as 5 minutes, you can start to realize the benefits of a HydroMassage session. However, we suggest massage sessions of 10 minutes or longer to loosen the muscles, increase circulation, and let you relax.
Hydrotherapy reduces the stress and pressure which makes exercise routines more profound and enjoyable. Water resistance is a great way to enhance mobility and muscle strength. It also increases a person's range-of-motion which promotes health as well as weight loss.
Despite the potential benefits, hydromassage isn't safe for everyone. It's not recommended for those who are pregnant, people who have high blood pressure (hypertension), and those with bleeding disorders.
Using hydrotherapy for back pain is a good treatment option because it helps relax sore muscles, soothes aches, and improves flexibility and range of motion.
With hydromassage tubs, the warm bath water combined with the gentle massaging motion of jets delivers a relaxing experience that may ease tension in sore joints and improve range of motion. Throughout the years, many studies have revealed how hydrotherapy may help manage inflammatory conditions, including arthritis.