Muscle Relaxation & Stress Reduction

Improved Sleep

Skin Cleansing and Detoxification



Hot spas offer a range of benefits that promote overall well-being. By immersing yourself in warm water, you can experience muscle relaxation as tension melts away. The soothing environment helps reduce stress levels, providing a calming escape from daily pressures. Additionally, hot spas can enhance sleep quality, allowing for more restful nights.

Soaking in a hot spa can provide relief for sore and tense muscles. The warm water helps to increase blood circulation, relaxes muscle fibres, and promotes the release of endorphins, which can alleviate muscle pain and tension.

Hot spas create a tranquil environment that allows you to unwind and de-stress. The warm water and massaging jets help to lower cortisol levels, a stress hormone, while simultaneously promoting the release of serotonin, a natural mood enhancer. This combination can help reduce anxiety and promote a sense of relaxation and well-being.

Using a hot spa before bed can aid in achieving better sleep. The relaxation induced by the warm water and hydrotherapy can help you fall asleep faster and experience deeper, more restful sleep. It can also be particularly beneficial for individuals who struggle with insomnia or disrupted sleep patterns.

The buoyancy provided by hot spa water reduces the effects of gravity on the body, relieving pressure on joints. The warmth of the water can also help soothe joint pain and stiffness associated with conditions such as arthritis, promoting increased range of motion and overall joint mobility.

Soaking in a hot spa opens up the pores, allowing for better cleansing of the skin. The warm water promotes sweating, which aids in the removal of toxins and impurities from the body. This detoxifying effect can leave your skin feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and looking healthier.


Healing Haven: Soothing Hot Spa

Experience pure bliss and rejuvenation with a hot spa session. Step into a world of soothing warmth, where stress melts away and relaxation takes centre stage. Immerse yourself in the bubbling waters and let the therapeutic heat envelop your body, easing tension and revitalising your senses.




Learn everything about your Hot Spa Bath session at the Recovery Room.

The optimal temperature for a hot spa bath typically ranges between 37°C to 40°C. At the Recovery Room Seaspray, our spa is set to 38°C.

Hot spa bath sessions usually range from 15 to 30 minutes, although the duration can vary depending on personal preference and comfort. It's important to listen to your body and not exceed recommended time limits to avoid dehydration or overheating.

If you have a medical condition, it's essential to consult with your healthcare provider before using a hot spa bath. Certain conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, or pregnancy may require special considerations or restrictions to ensure your safety.

Yes, hot spa baths can be beneficial for post-workout muscle recovery. Soaking in a hot spa bath after intense physical activity can help promote relaxation, increase blood circulation, and alleviate muscle soreness and stiffness. The warmth and hydrotherapy provided by hot spa baths can aid in reducing inflammation and enhancing overall muscle recovery.

It is generally recommended to wait at least 30 to 60 minutes after a workout before using a hot spa bath. This allows your body temperature to return to normal and helps prevent overheating. Additionally, it's important to hydrate adequately before and after using a hot spa bath to replace fluids lost during exercise.