Relax as streams of warm water massage the body, effectively assisting in the management of:
What is HydroMassage Therapy?
HydroMassage combines the soothing benefits of heat, water, and massage through traveling, pressurized jets of warm water. It provides many of the same benefits of a traditional massage without the hands-on approach, and you are able to remain clothed.
Relax. Rejuvenate. Recover.
This innovative warm water massage has been recommended/used by Mayo Clinic, Walter Reed Medical Center, doctors, hospitals, chiropractors, wellness and fitness clinics, and athletes for more than 20 years to:
HydroMassage Therapy FAQ’s
How will I feel during my massage?
Due to each session being fully controlled by the user, each individual’s experience will vary. Many people say they feel totally at ease with a deep sense of peacefulness, while others report feeling invigorated.
How long does a HydroMassage session last?
You will experience the benefits of the water massage in as little as 5 minutes, however, sessions ideally last between 15 to 30 minutes. After your first session, you will have a better understanding of the length of massage you prefer.
How often should I partake in a HydroMassage Therapy session?
Participating in a water massage chair session once or twice weekly promotes circulation, relieves muscle tension, and reduces stress and anxiety.
What do I wear during a session?
You will remain fully clothed and dry during the session. We will have you remove your shoes and any objects from your pockets that may puncture the waterproof barrier of the unit.
Are there any contraindications?
To ensure HydroMassage is right for you, consult with your physician if you suffer from severe heart problems, have a pacemaker, thrombosis, phlebitis, uncontrolled high blood pressure, acute inflammation, or are pregnant. If you have a fever, extreme pain, sunburn, diarrhea, open wounds, burns, frostbite, skin rash/infection, severe bruising, or contagious disease we recommend suspending treatment until you have fully recovered. Varicose veins should be massaged at a low water pressure, or avoided.