Soaking Hydrotherapy stimulates the contact and temperature receptors located on the surface of your skin, which promotes relaxation, stress relief, natural cardiovascular exercise and increased circulation. Bathing has been a ritual for cleansing and relaxation for thousands of years. Simply soaking in water is a practice wellness seekers worldwide have resorted to for centuries. Immersion in water can relax swollen or inflamed muscles and joints, relieve headaches and stress, reduce fevers, refresh and rejuvenate the body, encourage deep sleep, stimulate circulation, encourage detoxification, hydrate the cells, and much more. Jason has taken the ancient practice of bathing and optimized it for comfort, cleanliness, and luxury. Relaxation and relief are the primary reasons bathers seek hot water soaks. Immersion in hot water improves circulation for improved toxin release and increased cardiovascular activity both of which improve the function of your body’s immune system. Muscles and joints can relax for recovery from strenuous work outs or injury, and conditions like arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other aches and pains can be alleviated. Always monitor your comfort in the water and take care not to overheat. Cold water or “ice bath" plunges are popular in athletic and natural healing regimens for stimulation of the circulatory system and reduction of inflammation. A short period of immersion in cold water is enough to stimulate nerve endings and draw blood to the central core of the body, firming the skin. After the bath, blood is pumped quickly around the body stimulating the cardiovascular and immune systems. Alternating hot and cold water in multiple consecutive cycles further stimulates cardiovascular activity and rejuvenates the body. You can achieve these effects by taking a quick, cold bath, from 30 seconds to 2 minutes, based on your comfort/tolerance level. After, immediately towel off and rub skin til’ red or pink in color. After, should feel refreshed and comfortable.