Sauna therapy has been used by humans through the generations for thousands of years. From Finnish wood-fired saunas through to Native American sweat lodges, cultures from all over the world have seen the benefit of the sauna and used it to calm and detox mind and body. For more mature users, the sauna is particularly beneficial.
We often view a hot tub as a symbol of luxury and something that’s purely about indulgence. However, that’s not the only function that hot tubs have. From providing therapeutic easing of muscle pain through to helping to improve circulation, there are many benefits to using a hot tub regularly that can help to ease certain medical complaints.
The swim spa is a relatively new option in the home pool market but its popularity is starting to peak. Compact, convenient and often offering a better workout than swimming in a full sized pool, the swim spa has lots of plus points for many people, from cost effectiveness through to being a luxury feature. So, what is a swim spa and why is it becoming such a popular choice?