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MODERN HYDROTHEROPY renews the senses and spirit.
More than a feeling: quality hot tub therapy heals.
* Hydrotherapy * Anti-Arthritis
* Aromatheropy * Workout
* Stress Relief * Better Sleep
* Reflexology * Chromatheropy
A warm water massage can be a restorative, therapeutic experience. Since ancient times, people around the world have recognized the healing properties of hot water. Today, the quality hot tubs, like those made by Sundance, Premium Leisure and Dream maker spas can promote health and wellness with hydrotherapy. With a combination of high-performance jets and advanced seat designs.
Hot tub hydrotherapy: positive results for our bodies and our minds.
A spa vacation begins at home, with hydrotherapy treatment. Experience the heat, buoyancy and massage that comprise hydrotherapy. As Spa jets massage muscles, joints and pressure points, the water's heat dilates blood vessels to increase blood flow to sore or damaged tissue. Because the water's buoyancy reduces your body weight by 90 percent, pressure on joints and muscles is virtually eliminated.

The Spa hydrotherapeutic blend of heat, buoyancy, and jet massage can relieve symptoms of arthritis and repairs damaged tissue. Regular hydrotherapy can also be an effective way to calm frayed nerves and ease the symptoms of stress.
The three elements of spa hydromassage.
Whether you're juggling work and family, recovering from a joint or muscle injury, or simply needing to unwind from the day's stresses, hot tub hydrotherapy provides both relaxation, healing effects and nourishing rejuvenation.

Improves circulation and speeds recovery in damaged tissue.

Reduces effects of pressure on joints and spine.

Relieves muscle tension and alleviates stress.
The healing benefits of hydrotherapy.
The healing benefits of hydrotherapy have been known to all of the world's great cultures, with a history that dates back thousands of years.

Ancient Egyptians bathed in heated waters treated with flowers and herbs, while the Greeks believed that water therapy was essential to optimal health. In India, hydrotherapy was an essential ingredient to well-being, with treatment that included inhaling steam to optimize the respiratory system.

The Romans were famous for their hot spring baths, and developed architecturally magnificent healing centers built around the use of water for wellness. Much like today's spas, the Roman baths included heated pools used in conjunction with steam treatments. Japan and Germany have historically used natural hot springs for hydrotherapy in an attempt to treat medical conditions, enhance beauty, and promote healthy aging.

In its modern form, hot tub hydrotherapy has been found to be effective in treating muscle pains and stiffness, inflammatory disease, and the symptoms of daily stress. Particularly effective are spa hydrotherapy treatments that combine the components of heated water, water massage, and reduction of pressure on sore joints by decreasing body weight through buoyancy.
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Spa fragrances heighten the senses.
Aromatherapy has been used for centuries, after people discovered that the oils of plants, or plants mixed with oils, could combine to create therapeutic aromas and muscle relaxants. We now know that scents can trigger memories, influence moods and sharpen the mind.

Sundance Spas was the first manufacturer to combine true aroma with hydrotherapy in SunScents™ aromatherapy. This system also helps maintain water clarity, using air instead of liquid to infuse aromatic bubbles into the water.

SunScents Aromatherapy sends fragrance bubbling into the water of your spa, powered by the SilentAir injection system. Experience the "healing" power of fragrance, and let it calm your mind, invigorate your senses, or stir your spirit.
Renew your spirit, soothe your soul with SunScents fragrances.
Luscious aromas can spark so many remembrances. An intimate dinner at a rustic mountain retreat. Strolling through a flower garden in the moonlight. A deer running through pine trees.

Explore your aromatherapy universe. Drop a SunScentsT basket into the SilentAir dispenser in your Sundance spa and twisting on the cap (selected models equipped for aromatherapy). The fragrance is dispersed through the air injector jets. Instant indulgence.
Choose from eight (8) distinctive scents:
Pina Colada: Imagine tropical breezes blowing on the island of your dreams.

Honey Mango: Indulge your senses with this perfect blend of nature's nectars.

Ylang-Ylang: Experience the magic of the Orient with a blend that calms the spirit while energizing the mind.

French Lavender: Relax your body as you picture the flowering fields of Provence.

Eucalyptus: Settle in while this deeply penetrating aroma work its magic on stiff and tired muscles.

Tahitian Vanilla: Recall your favorite moments in bubbling comfort.

Summer Rain: Unwind from the stresses of the day to enter a world of pure tranquility.

Midnight Jasmine: Evoke the first blush of romance with this rich and exotic aroma.
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Why you need stress relief.
According to the National Institute of Health, stress is a normal part of life that can result from any situation or thought that produces feelings of frustration, anger, or anxiety. Whether you are nervous about speaking in public, or impatient because you're stuck in traffic, you usually recognize the uncomfortable symptoms of stress.

Stress can also be helpful, if it encourages you to meet a deadline or change a situation that has created frustration in your life. But on a daily basis, stress can take a toll by causing unnecessary muscles tension, headaches, other types of pain, and irritability! And long-term stress can increase the risk of diseases like depression and heart disease, and may lead to other problems.

Finding ways to de-stress is important to achieving optimal health and well-being. For centuries, people have sought warm water therapies for relaxation, and healing. Today, we know that effective hydrotherapy can produce positive physical and mental changes. A few moments in a Sundance spa, on a regular basis, can help relieve the symptoms of stress by promoting relaxation, decreasing muscle tension, and helping you get a good night's sleep.
How Hot Tub hydrotherapy can help counter the effects of stress.
Hot Tub hydrotherapy can be an effective way to reduce the effects of stress on a consistent, day-to-day basis. It starts simply: a warm water massage in a Sundance makes you feel good! What better reward after a hard day than sinking into your Sundance hot tub and letting the combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage, or hydrotherapy, help you relax. Hydrotherapy also has the power to bring about positive physical changes that can alleviate stress.

* Effective hydrotherapy increases blood circulation, which can help relieve tension headaches caused by stress

* Warm, massaging water helps stimulate the body’s natural production of endorphins, which reduce feelings of pain and anxiety.
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Arthritis and hot tub hydrotherapy.
Over the years, hot tub hydrotherapy has evolved from "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for several medical conditions, among them arthritis.

Arthritis, which is an inflammation of the joints, causes pain and swelling as well as decreased range of motion. Researchers believe that time spent in a hot tub can help ease the aches and pains of arthritis while allowing the joints a higher degree of mobility.

According to the Arthritis Foundation, gentle stretching exercises should be done every day to help strengthen muscles and bones and increase fl exibility. Further, the Foundation states that fl exibility exercises can help protect joints by reducing the risk of joint injury; daily exercises can be done in water such as a hot tub, and are particularly useful for easing stiff arthritic joints in the morning.

Additionally, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine states that in the small number of controlled studies done on hydrotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis, many have reported benefit.

The buoyant warm water hydrotherapy of a Sundance hot tub makes it the ideal environment for relieving arthritis symptoms while improving overall range of motion.
Feel better with regular our spa hydrotherapy sessions.
When arthritis strikes, simple activities of daily living, like buttoning a shirt or starting the car, become difficult due to stiff joints and decreased mobility. Even minor arthritis pain can interfere with your daily routine.

Hydrotherapy can help relieve arthritis symptoms:
  • The heat from the warm water relaxes the entire body as it increases blood flow.
  • The massaging action of the jets loosens muscle tension and soothes sore joints.
  • The water's buoyancy makes you feel lighter, with up to 90% of your body weight lifted.
Hydrotherapy and Type 2 Diabetes
The New England Journal of Medicine reported on a study (08-16-1999) regarding the benefits ts of physical exercise and therapy from the use of hot tub spas. As reported, patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus were studied using a hot tub 30 minutes a day, 6 days per week. After only 10 days, patients required reduced doses of insulin, lost weight, showed distinct decreases in plasma glucose and glycosylated hemoglobin, and benefited from improved sleep and an increased general sense of well-being.

The study also reported of benefits for patients who are unable to exercise. These patients would specifically benefit from increased blood fl ow to skeletal muscles. Once again, if you have this condition or other medical issues, you must consult with your physician prior to starting any hydrotherapy program.
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Hot tub therapy feels great after exercise
Hot tub hydrotherapy has long been a favorite of athletes for the relief of post-training muscle soreness, strain, and injuries. Even if you're not an athlete, staying active, whether it's a daily walk, a game of tennis, bicycling, or gardening, can leave you feeling some aches and pains. For participants in recreational sports, most injuries are not the result of sudden catastrophes, but come from overuse, or not being properly conditioned for a particular activity.

As a spa owner, you can experience the post-workout benefits of hydrotherapy, right in your own backyard. In both Western and Eastern healing traditions, professionals routinely recommend or prescribe hydrotherapy for the relief of pain caused by overworked muscles, arthritis pain, and certain types of injuries.
Exercise and recovery. Find a balance with Sundance.
Whether you've spent a day cleaning out the garage or an afternoon on the golf course, you might be feeling some extra fatigue and muscle soreness. One of the best ways to alleviate the discomfort is by easing into a warm-water massage in a Sundance. The combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage in a Sundance is designed to deliver a highly effective hydromassage.
Hydrotherapy is used to "treat injuries and aid in the rehabilitation of the athlete," according to the book, Principles of Manual Sports Medicine by Steven J. Karageanes. Writing about the effects of a warm-water whirlpool, Karageanes states, "It is believed that the circulating water causes mechanical stimulation to the skin, which causes a reflex anesthetic effect and a decrease in muscle spasm."

The after-workout health benefits you get from a Sundance spa are far-reaching.
Spa hydrotherapy has the ability to:
  • Mitigate the symptoms of muscle strains, sprains, and other injuries
  • Increase blood flow and circulation
  • Alleviate back pain
  • Ease the symptoms of arthritis
  • Help restore range of motion
  • Bring the body into a more calm state
For the relief of aches and pains in the neck, shoulders and back, the Accu-Ssage therapy seat is usually the best seat in the spa. You can also choose to stretch out in a full-body lounge for an overall massage. (Seats in select models). Our patented Fluidix jets in 880 and 780 Series spas are specially designed to move water in new ways. They surpass the action of less advanced jets in creating therapeutic massage styles. Sophisticated engineering allows them to move water with distinct variations, from swirling to pulsating. After a workout, nothing feels better than a massage by hot Spa.
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Sleep problems keeping you awake?
According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 70 million people in the United States are affected by sleep problems. A poll released by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) found that 43% of women surveyed say that daytime sleepiness interferes with their daily activities.

One way to ease into a deep, restful sleep? The Better Sleep Council recommends establishing a relaxing bedtime routine, such as soaking in hot water (a hot tub or bath) to help maintain a healthy sleep cycle. The gently massaging hot water of a Sundance spa is a natural place to establish a deeply relaxing, nighttime routine.
Relaxing in a Sundance spa can promote a good night's sleep.
Whether it's difficulty falling asleep or episodes of waking up and being unable to easily go back to sleep during the night, you probably experience a less-than-good night's sleep from time to time. When lack of sleep becomes a chronic problem, it can start to affect you in many ways.

How important is a restful night's sleep?

Studies show that:
  • Sleep helps the brain commit new information to memory.
  • Chronic sleep loss affects the way the body processes and stores carbohydrates, which may lead to weight gain.
  • Poor sleep can contribute to accidents while driving.
  • Lack of sleep can make you irritable, and make it hard to concentrate.
  • Serious sleep disorders have been linked to hypertension.
  • Eventually, chronic sleep loss can diminish the disease-fighting capabilities of the Immune system.
Learning to relax in preparation for a good night's sleep can help improve the chances of falling, and staying asleep. Hydrotherapy by Sundance Spas helps ease tension and promote relaxation. Heat loosens constricted blood flow. Buoyancy reduces body weight by up to 90%, relieving pressure on joints and muscles. And massage helps to work out stiffness and muscle soreness.
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Rejuvenate with the healing benefits of at-home spa therapies.
Water therapies involving warm water infused with deep massage have healed people around the world for centuries. Hot tubs take this healing tradition to a new level by incorporating color, light, scent, music, and specialized hydromassage techniques into your hydrotherapy sessions.

Hot tubs are perfect for experiencing the benefits of reflexology, chromatherapy and watsu. The foot jets in many of our models are ideal for the massaging foot work involved in Reflexology. The healing art of watsu can be practiced in our large hot tubs.
Reflexology, Chromatherapy and Watsu
Hydromassage directed to pressure points in the feet can stimulate positive en- ergy channels in other parts of the body.

Reflexology in a Spa
Our spa jets can target specific pressure points used in reflexology. Powerful foot jets massage all areas of the feet, which contain more than 7,000 nerve endings. The Reflexology foot dome on selected models contains jets that are perfectly positioned to reach the sensitive areas of the feet.

Jets for the wrists and palms, on selected models, pinpoint nerves and muscles in the hands and wrists to loosen tension and ease blocked energy. The jet action can also help alleviate the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Tap into the effects associated with specific colors to benefit the body and spirit.

Chromatherapy: Colors to promote wellness
Light and color have a profound effect on our moods and peace of mind. Just as we all need exposure to sunlight, we benefit from the specific properties of the individual colors in the spectrum. Each color has its own wavelength and energy vibration.

The varieties of multi-colored in-spa lighting on different Sundance Spas models can help to create a soothing environment, a place to go for rejuvenation. The acrylic and cabinet colors of your hot tub play an important role in establishing the atmosphere in your backyard. Consider planting colorful flowers, using brightly colored furniture and a spa umbrella, or surrounding your Sundance with shady trees. You really can set the mood with color!
  • RED: Stirs passion and the desire for transformation; increases self esteem.
  • YELLOW: Stimulates the intellect and inspires optimism; counters moodiness.
  • WHITE: Simplifies and adds clarity to the moment; repels dark feelings
  • GREEN: Creates a feeling of satisfaction with living in the moment; helps relieve insomnia.
  • BLUE: Bestows a sense of tranquility, peacefulness and contentment; promotes healing processes.
  • TEAL: Facilitates a balance of logic and emotion; balances emotions.
  • VIOLET: Promotes feelings of intimacy and inspiration; calms anxiety.
  • PURPLE: Invigorates creativity and appreciation of the arts; relaxes and soothes.
A combination of the words "Water" and "Shiatsu," watsu uses gentle movement and acupressure to encourage relaxation and energy flow.

Ease tension with Watsu
Watsu combines water with Shiatsu, a form of Japanese "finger pressure" massage applied to the body zones defined by chi, or the body's energy channels.

Watsu was developed in 1980 by Harold Dull, who traveled to Japan to study Zen Shiatsu, a form of massage using stretches and touchpoints to release blockages. Back in America, Dull promoted the benefits of performing Shiatsu moves and stretches in warm water. Watsu, like reflexology, can enhance feelings of well-being and relaxation. It is practiced in therapeutic clinics and spas throughout the world.
Unblock the flow of energy with Sundance reflexology jet-action.
Reflexology involves the application of deep pressure to energy channels or “reflex points” in the hands and feet. The benefits go beyond comforting relief for just those areas. Reflexology is said to loosen calcium obstructions and free the nerve pathways; one of its goals is to bring about relaxation.
  • Used over 5,000 years ago in China, India and Egypt
  • Manipulates specific points on patients' feet and hands to affect healing in other parts of the body
  • Based on energy channels (qi or chi in Chinese and Japanese medicine, prana in Hindu) that flow through specific meridians or zones in the body
  • Dr. William Fitzgerald, in the early 1800s, identified each channel’s “reflex points” and their corresponding muscles, organs and functions and plotted detailed maps of the hands and feet
For the relief of aches and pains in the neck, shoulders and back, the Accu-Ssage therapy seat is usually the best seat in the spa. You can also choose to stretch out in a full-body lounge for an overall massage. (Seats in select models). Our patented Fluidix jets in 880 and 780 Series spas are specially designed to move water in new ways. They surpass the action of less advanced jets in creating therapeutic massage styles. Sophisticated engineering allows them to move water with distinct variations, from swirling to pulsating. After a workout, nothing feels better than a massage by hot Spa.
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