A Holistic Approach To Massage Therapy
Our Spas have physical therapeutic benefits. Hot tubs are often used to release muscular tension or to help in the recovery of overworked muscles. When you looking for an active, penetrating massage that can release tension from tight muscles or quicken the recovery of sore overworked muscles. Look to our spas, specifically our masterfully engineered AM885LG.
The seats and jets have been carefully and strategically designed into American spas with a whole body, holistic approach. Each seat or position in the spa is intended to work a different muscle group, providing a deep massage where you need it most.
It’s the same focused, thorough circuit-training approach that certified personal trainers use to make sure you get a full body workout by activating all major muscles for a balanced fitness routine. Our Hot Tub works all major areas, focusing on one muscle group at a time. You’re able to work on your neck and shoulders, the large muscles of your back, lower back, hamstrings, calves and feet. By adjusting the intensity of the jets, you can also control the intensity of the jets—ranging from a deep, penetrating massage to a soothing, relaxing, light touch.
Where to start?
The arrangement of seats and jets in different models varies, so our trip through the spa won’t follow a specific map. In your model, you’ll be able to determine which seats focus on the appropriate muscle groups. Typical moves and treatments will include these stops.
- Start with a massage to your neck, shoulders and middle back in the lounge seat. Two rows of jets work on both sides of your spine, focusing on the latissimus dorsi, the rhomboid muscles and the trapezius.
- Move and work on the lumbar area of your lower back. A pair of larger jets focuses on the low part of your back where tension accumulates and where many lower back problems develop.
- Move to one of the other areas where jets focus on the long muscles on the back of the thigh. While jets work on your hamstrings, others are at work on your knees, calves and feet.
In about 20 minutes every day, you can get a restorative massage that relaxes tense, tired muscles, increases circulation and reduces aches and pains. Try it several days in a row and note improvements in how you feel and move.