Create a healthy routine that lets you balance work, family, and your own personal well-being, with a little help from your hot tub.
Historically high demand for hot tubs means wait times might be a little longer than usual - but a Hot Spring spa delivers wellness and vitality that’s worth the wait.
Learn how hot tub hydrotherapy helps Hot Spring owners manage stress, sleep better, and reduce muscle pain, soreness, and symptoms of arthritis.
When shopping for a hot tub, you want to find something that is as comfortable and relaxing as it is reliable. With so many options on the market, it can be hard to find the right fit. While we may be a little biased, we believe the Highlife collection is a hands-down winner thanks to its superior comfort and quality, extraordinary value, and its ability to fit every lifestyle.
From trying new hobbies to exploring your own neighborhood, if you're looking for fun things to do as a family, we have some great ideas.
We’re now well into the “New Year’s resolution season.” People have been hitting the gym in droves, dedicating more time to family, changing their diets, and doing any number of other things to better themselves in the new year.
If you're in the market for a new hot tub, you've probably heard about salt water care systems. You might be wondering if a salt water care system is the right option for your family. Salt water provides the same level of sanitation as chlorine to keep your spa clean, but without the harsh chemicals. Many spa owners prefer salt systems because they're easy to use, gentle on skin and hair, and provide an all-around better hot tub experience.
If you’ve spent any time shopping for a new hot tub, you’ve probably heard a lot about how good hot tubs are for your health. But apart from being relaxing and soothing, many people still wonder, “What does a hot tub actually do for your body?" The short answer? A lot.
Can using a hot tub help you beat the winter blues? When hydrotherapy is part of your winter wellness routine, you may start to notice a shift. If anything, just the act of doing something kind and rejuvenating for yourself can work its magic on your mood...
One way you may be able to lessen the pain in your lower back is to start spending time in a hot tub. A hot tub’s combination of warmth, buoyancy, and massage jets can help muscles relax, providing temporary relief to back muscles. By taking short, regular soaks for about twenty minutes every day, you may be able to find the relief you’re looking for.