Each day can feel like one long sprint from the time the alarm goes off until you go to sleep that night. You have to walk the dog, get the kids ready for school, get through a day at work, drive the kids to their extracurricular activities, make dinner, clean up, complete homework and get the kids ready for bed…All to rinse and repeat the next day. Whew. It’s exhausting thinking about it.
Since 2014, we’ve raised more than $60,000 for National Breast Cancer Foundation and we have you to thank for turning our mission–using the power of warm water to bring people together for comfort and support–into a movement.
The morning routines of highly successful people are well documented. Having a routine for the first moments of your day sets you up for success throughout the rest of the day. Sometimes though, those routines need a tweak. Maybe you’re not seeing the productivity you once had, or maybe you need to mix it up to see if you can get better results. Well, there is no better way to shake up that morning routine and jump start your day than with a soak in a warm, relaxing hot tub.
Benefits of hot tubbing are far reaching, and when layered into your routine, can increase your health and well-being.
Have you been contemplating a hot tub purchase but cannot justify it? Well, new research gives you all the ammunition you need for your next discussion–internal or with a family member–about taking the plunge into hot tub ownership.
You love hot tubbing. In fact, it’s your favorite part about vacation. You seek out hotels with one so you and your family can enjoy some quality time and rest and relaxation.
As housing prices continue to rise, more Americans than ever before are turning to renting their homes instead of buying. Just because you don’t own your home, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a space with personal touches that truly makes it your escape from the world.
Hydrotherapy has long been known to provide physical and mental health benefits of all kinds. The warm water helps relieve body aches and pains, ease mental stress, and improve overall well-being ...
Believe it or not, the chilly winter season is actually one of the best times to enjoy soaking in your hot tub. When it’s freezing outside and you don’t want to leave the house, but the cabin fever sets in, taking a dip in your hot tub can be the perfect solution. After all, what’s better than hot water to warm your body up? If you’ve used your hot tub in winter before, then you know what I’m talking about!
When you picture a hot tub, what does it look like? A large tub made with heavy wood siding, fiberglass, and a marbled acrylic interior? Is it so cumbersome that it even required a crane to get it into your backyard and now it’s been sitting in the same spot for years? Think again! Hot tubs have come a long way in the past decade. Traditional hot tubs with wood siding and acrylic interior still exist, but the manufacturing process has evolved offering an alternative option for hot tubbers to consider.
We all know that soaking in a hot tub is fun and relaxing, and it helps to unwind and destress after a long day. But the benefits of hot tubbing go far beyond relaxation. (Though relaxation is benefit enough to hot tub, in our humble opinion!)