Looking for hot tubs? Look no further!
With our new showroom in Acocks Green, you can now see our wide range of spas and hot tubs up close and personal. We’re located just off Junction 4 of the M42, so finding us is a breeze!
We’ve got great savings on all of our hot tubs, making it easier than ever for you to finally get the relaxing backyard addition you deserve.
Whether you enjoy your hot tub in the sun or under the stars, whether you’re looking to relax with a good book, unwind after a long day at work, or enjoy some quality time with friends, a hot tub is the perfect way to let go of the tension in your muscles and find your happy place.
The warm water and soothing bubbles will make it feel like you’re on vacation even if you’re just a few feet away from your own kitchen. But if you’re looking to add even more relaxation to your relaxing tub time, there are many things you can do to make it even better. Whether it’s aromatherapy or mood lighting, there are tons of accessories that are designed to be safe for hot tub use.
Have you ever had a night where it takes you an hour, two hours, three hours to fall asleep? Or maybe you fall asleep pretty easily, but then you wake up at 3 AM and have trouble getting back to sleep. No matter how many sheep you count, no matter how many times you punch your pillow, no matter how often you scroll through your phone until the sun rises… nothing works.
But we’ve got some good news for you. There’s a way to stop this cycle of sleeplessness and get a great night’s rest without taking any medication: hot tubs.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine reports that anywhere between 30% and 35% of people suffer from insomnia symptoms at some point in their lives—that’s millions of people who are having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep at night. And while there are a number of causes on that list (stress, anxiety, depression), there’s one thing all of these causes have in common: they’re treatable.
In fact, here’s a little secret: all the medications in the world can’t beat soaking in a hot tub for 15-20 minutes before bedtime when it comes to treating insomnia.
Hot tubs are a traditional piece of equipment for relaxation and healing. They’re great for relieving stress and muscle pain, but they can also be used for meditation.
But the modern hot tub has been given an extra perk: jets that massage your muscles away from soreness, tension, and even muscle spasms. The jets effectively target muscle groups for massage, alleviate pain, and leave you relaxed as you start the next day.
The jets are a perfect way to do bodywork on demand while relaxing in water, and they’re just as effective as the classic therapy method—so there’s no reason not to use it.
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