True. Many want a spa for the social activities it offers. But today’s hot tubs/spas are not just for fun. Just as frequently, hot tubs are coveted for their “wellness factor.”
Whether the need is to reduce stress, improve muscle health, aid fitness, sleep, or weight loss, the positive effects of spa hot water therapy (or hydrotherapy) is being taken very seriously.
So much so, Best Hot Tubs is particularly happy to specialize in Bullfrog Spas. One key reason is because of Bullfrog’s patented JetPak therapy system — which makes each spa completely customizable and upgradeable.
Offering snap in and snap out JetPaks fitted with differently positioned jet massages, each JetPak offers a unique hydro-massage sensation.
With 16 different massage jets to choose from, if you are seeking a spa for its hot water therapy at one of our showrooms, don’t be surprised if one of our sales staff says: Just tell us where it hurts.
Recent scientific studies by the National Aquatics and Sports Medicine Institute and others are showing that there are remarkable health benefits associated with warm water hydrotherapy in hot tubs. Individual Bullfrog Spas JetPaks offer unique hydro-massage sensations.
You can personalize the hydrotherapy you want at any time by changing your JetPak quickly and easily. Or you can switch to another JetPak Massage Seat in the hot tub that is fitted with the massage you prefer.
Hot tubs also improve muscle health. Soaking in a hot tub loosens stiff muscles and reduces soreness. Increased blood flow to the muscles also aids in healing injuries and recovery after intense workouts.
Portable hot tubs can be installed to appear custom. These Best Hot Tubs’ clients bought a Bullfrog Spa from us and had their landscaper build this beautiful installation. The hot tub appears to be completely within the decking frame, but actually it’s completely open on the back sides. This allows easy access to inside the spa for any future repairs. If such a lovely setting isn’t enough to make you relax, the Bullfrog Spa’s hydrotherapy definitely will do the job. (A close-up of this project’s Bullfrog Spa is showcased as our feature photo at the top of this blog.)