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In addition to the regular Hydrotherapy, we will provide:
Aroma Hydrotherapy Treatment with use of different types of herbs
Mud Hydrotherapy with use of a black mud.
The regular price is $199 for 1,5 hour


Hydrotherapy is the use of water in the treatment of different conditions, including arthritis and related rheumatic complaints. Hydrotherapy differs from swimming because it involves special exercises that you do in a warm-water pool. The water temperature is usually 33-36ºC, which is warmer than a typical swimming pool. Hydrotherapy tends to be different to aqua arobics, which can be quite strenuous, as it's generally more focused on slow, controlled movements and relaxation. Spa therapy is based on the theory that the mineral content of spa water has special health-giving properties. In many European countries, hydrotherapy often takes place in spa water. Studies show that hydrotherapy has significant benefits regardless of the water used.

Note:You don't have to be able to swim to benefit from hydrotherapy. The pool is usually quite shallow (about chest height), so you can exercise well within your depth.

Advantages of Hydrotherapy

  • The warmth of the water allows your muscles to relax and eases the pain in your joints, helping you to exercise.

  • The water supports your weight, which helps to relieve pain and increase the range of movement of your joints.

  • The water can be used to provide resistance to moving your joints. By pushing your arms and legs against the water, you can also improve your muscle strength.

Working Up A Sweat In HydroMassage

Paradise Wellness offers a variety of Hydrotherapy services that uses water in treatment to relieve pain and promote physical well being. A number of therapeutic treatments and approaches draw upon the healing properties of water for pain relief, making use of the body's reaction to hot and cold stimuli. Cold water is used to stimulate and invigorate, increasing the body's internal activity, whereas warm water is used to calm and soothe, slowing it down. Alternating between hot and cold water treatments can help to heal injuries, enhance various bodily functions and reduce any inflammation.

Health Benefits of HydroMassage

  • Minimises Aches and Pains:
    The warmth of the water relaxes muscular spasm which is commonly found in close proximity to the area of pain. Vasodilation, which is the widening of blood vessels, also helps in increasing circulation in the area of discomfort which ultimately helps in accelerating the healing process.


  • Gains Strength:
    Hydrotherapy can help strengthen weak musculature. Different exercises can be undertaken in water and the type of exercise prescribed will vary according to the condition or injury being treated. Resistance provided by the water itself helps to strengthen weak musculature. Exercises can be progressed by increasing the speed of movement or by increasing surface area by introducing various special forms of floats.


  • Increases flexibility:
    The increased temperature of the water helps in relaxing tight musculature with the resulting increase in range of movement of any particular joint. This will help the user to feel more mobile and flexible.


  • Improves General Fitness:
    Physical fitness can be described as a measure of the body's ability to function in an efficient and effective manner during daily activities without undue fatigue. This can be achieved through appropriate nutrition, sufficient moderate to high intensity exercise and adequate amounts of rest. Exercising within a hydrotherapy pool can help in achieving the goal of being physically fit in a safe, professional and enjoyable environment.


  • Improves Balance with consequent decrease in risk of falls:
    Water is a moving body. This makes it a very useful tool to challenge and retrain balance, with the ultimate benefit of reducing the risk of falls.


Scrubbing with a loofah or exfoliating gloves immediately after steaming will remove any dead, dry skin which has accumulated, leaving skin glowing, smooth, and soft.

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