The soothing solution to everyday aches and pains. So many people suffer needlessly from the trauma of ailments – be they from age, occupation or simply the strain of day to day living. With a 174 air jet whirlpool, help is moments away. As little as 5 minutes three times a week can dramatically improve and give relief from the painful ailments from which a lot of people suffer. You too could benefit from the many soothing capabilities a whirlpool possesses.

For centuries, people have recognized the rejuvenating, healing powers of warm water. Strategically placed jets, an advanced heating system work together to create an ideal place for practicing a variety of calming, comforting and healing routines. Spend just a few moments in a Jacuzzi on a regular basis, and you’re likely to experience less stress, improved circulation, better sleep, and fewer symptoms of arthritis and back pain. 

Health Benefits of a whirlpool

Hydrotherapy, or warm water therapy in hot tub spas, consists of three main healing ingredients; heat, buoyancy, and massage. Together, they create an experience that is both relaxing and healthy. Hot tub hydrotherapy on a regular basis provides physical health benefits that go much deeper than just relaxation and pleasure. Water is so pure and simple, yet it can do the most amazing things. Whether you are experiencing joint or muscle pain, having trouble sleeping, or are just plain stressed out, spending time in our hot whirlpool can provide therapeutic benefits for just about everyone.

Stress, headaches and sleep

Warm water massage stimulates the body to release endorphins that reduce stress naturally. In addition to stress reduction, a hot tub’s hydrotherapy jets also dilate blood vessels to help prevent headaches. Also, when it comes to falling asleep faster and getting a good night’s sleep, the National Sleep Foundation clearly stated, “soaking in hot water, such as a hot tub or bath, before retiring to bed can ease the transition into a deeper sleep.”

Muscles and joints

The Hydrotherapy use of hot whirlpools by athletes has skyrocketed. Tennis Magazine said it best: “Your skin and muscles loosen and relax from the increased blood circulation” adding that, if muscles are injured: “A soak in a hot tub or whirlpool increases blood flow to the injured area, bringing nutrients to help repair the damage.”


The Arthritis Foundation concluded that warm water hydrotherapy in a hot whirlpool can help those with arthritis. According to the Arthritis Foundation, “Hydrotherapy is one method of using water to help treat arthritis. The soothing warmth and buoyancy of the water make it a safe, ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain.


Hot tub hydrotherapy can also help control diabetes, too. A Colorado study of diabetes patients who soaked in a spa 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week found the average blood sugar level of the group dropped 13%! It concluded that the use of hot tub spas lowers blood pressure and blood sugar level.

Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy and more

The muscle relaxing and joint loosening benefits of hot tubs help those with depression, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Tendonitis, Scoliosis, and Bursitis. Hot whirlpools have even been known to provide significant help for those afflicted with diseases as serious as Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy.

Overall, hydrotherapy studies have shown that the health benefits of immersion in warm water with massage jet action include the relaxation of muscles, lowering of blood pressure, loosening of arthritic joints, as well as help with the control of blood sugar and body weight.


Sauna bath opens the pores on skin and helps body to remove toxins and other impurities from within the body and blood. Sauna’s effect on human body shows unpredictable heart condition as the heart beats/pulse rate increases to almost double, causing blood circulation in the body increase towards the skin. In some people, the blood pressure goes up and in some it falls. However, a study carried out on health benefits of sauna by various health case institutes and magazines have stated that the sauna bath is safe for human health and does offer health benefits such as relaxation, weight loss and many more.

Sauna Health benefits

Sauna bath causes sweating & helps in opening skin pores. As we sweat more during sauna bath, it helps in excretion of body toxins and other impurities from the blood. Our members experience freshness in mood and health for a longer time after using our sauna, as the body gets cleansed through sweating and muscles are relieved leading to the feeling of well-being. Sauna bath is also useful in joint pains as the warm steam helps blood flow resume effectively in all parts of the body and the contracted muscles are relieved.

Its effectiveness in weight loss has been main reason people choose sauna to supplement their exercise program. Sauna works positively on our metabolism and increases its speed and intensity, which in turn results in weight loss.

Regular sauna use can also help mental and physical relaxation and release tension. People with sleep disorders such as insomnia and improper sleep condition can be benefited through sauna as it is very effective in inducing a good long relaxing sleep.

The heat generated during sauna use helps our body in improving our immune system by increasing our body heat which simulates the fever condition. We also know about the medical properties of deep heat, which proves to be of great help in treating problems like cold (sinusitis), bronchitis, laryngitis etc.

Steam Room

Unique Steam Room Benefits

Both sauna and steam baths are therapeutic, but the high moisture content in a steam room is especially good for respiratory problems.

For generations, doctors have recommended breathing steam for all kinds of respiratory issues.

Do you have any respiratory ailments? You should definitely give a steam room a try.

Steam baths have been proven to be effective for conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, and allergies.

Steam can help clear allergens and mucus from your lungs.

Most people associate steam baths with relaxation or skin look-and-feel improvements but steam room benefits also include:

  • Relief from muscle tension and stiff joints
  • Boosting the immune system
  • Lymph detoxification
  • Blood circulation improvement
  • Sinus congestion relief

Steam baths not only relax you and renew your energy, but regular use of a steam room can possibly improve your health and appearance.

Ice Plunge

The benefits can be great. An ice plunge can stimulate mental processes, produce hormones which make the body able to cope with physical stresses and can increase the level of mental awareness and a feeling of well-being.

Advocates of the ice plunge say that it makes one feel fresh all day, improves circulation, and even that it helps build resistance to diseases related to the cold, like the flu. This is thought to relieve symptoms of arthritis, and many report it to have a strong anti-depressant effect. Ice plungers recommend regularly dipping (at least 2-3 times a week) for these effects.

It is common to cycle back and forth between the whirlpool and ice plunge. It can be a shock to the body to dip into the very cold water directly from the jacuzzi. It is safer to pause when moving from hot to cold water, and would-be ice plungers should take care to check with their doctor if they have heart conditions or other ailments that might make them particularly susceptible to this type of shock.
There are no rules for how long one should stay in the water. “Heavy users” can stay in the water for several minutes. Health benefits may be derived from as little as 20 seconds in the water. Many people visit the water twice; some take just a shorter dip.

Part of the shock when done in combination with sauna is due to extreme changes in blood circulation. Heat causes blood to rise to the surface of one’s body while the ice plunge causes the blood to rush towards one’s heart and inside of one’s body

Swimming Pool

Swimming is great exercise and is a lifetime sport that benefits the body and the whole person!

Swimming is a healthy activity that can be continued for a lifetime – and the health benefits swimming offers for a lifetime are worth the effort it takes to get to the pool.

Why do you swim? For the health benefits to your heart and lungs? For the chance to be with some of your friends at the pool? Because, in your case, running everyday hurts? Because you like the feeling of floating and sliding through the water? Or is it something else? If you are looking for a break from the heat of the sun, then a dip in the water is exactly what you need; swimming is a great way for you to cool off while filling a wonderful recreational need.

Maybe you are a runner, training on a regular basis, and want to find an activity that keeps your heart rate up but takes some of the impact stress off of your body. Perhaps you have been doing some other form of land exercise, and now an injury prevents you from putting weight on a knee or ankle.

Swimming can help you. Kicking workouts, water aerobics, pool running, or a regular swimming workout can all give you a great exercise session without the weight of your body pounding you with each move.

Regular swimming builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness. It can serve as a cross-training element to your regular workouts. Before a land workout, you can use the pool for a warm-up session. Swimming with increasing effort to gradually increase your heart rate and stimulate your muscle activity is easily accomplished in the water. After a land workout, swimming a few laps can help you cool-down, move blood through your muscles to help them recover, and help you relax as you glide through the water. Not to mention those calories you are burning as you glide.

Cardio Equipment

  • Treadmills- Each of our top of the line Precor treadmills features its own private cardio theater.
  • Ellipticals- Mimicking the motion of running, the elliptical lessens the impact on joints while giving you a great cardio workout. It’s a joint-friendly alternate to traditional running!
  • Stair masters
  • Stationary bikes
  • Swiss balls- Great for core strengthening and adding a twist to everyday exercises.
  • Medicine balls
  • Kettlebells – Kettlebells are considered by many fitness professionals to be the ultimate workout. Combining strength, explosiveness, coordination and endurance; kettlebell training can help you achieve any fitness goal in half the time.
  • TRX – Originally developed by a former Navy Seal, the TRX is an incredibly versatile system that utilizes quick transitions and constant core stability. Workouts can be adapted to train anyone from an MMA fighter to a prima ballerina.
  • Bosu balls- Great for developing stability and balance.

Free Weights and Machines

Free weights give you a chance to increase strength and stability through resistance training while giving you the freedom to work throughout a various range of motions. Free weights give you the options and freedom to create new and exciting exercises to spice up your routine.

We also used to feature a brand new selection of the latest in resistance training machines by Life Fitness. Machine weights allow you target individual muscle groups and are great for a quick workout.