Jacuzzis are found in gymnasiums, health clubs, and spas. It is a heated bath, varying in size from 1 person capacity to a unit holding 6 people sitting on ledges around the pool immersed to the neck. Jets of water produce a bubbling effect, which the guest lies and relaxes in
Any condition that requires regular medication
- High and low blood pressure
- Varicose veins
- Heart diseases.
- Asthma – if on medication.
- Skin diseases
- Sunburns, burns
- After heavy meals or alcohol
- Any infections of any area – the heat will make it worse and could spread to other people.
- Menstruation – makes the flow heavier – blood pressure issues.
- HIV/ AIDS – risk to other guests.
MUST NOT BE USED AFTER AN AYURVEDIC TREATMENT OR AROMATHERAPY-BASED TREATMENT!
Have a shower before entering the Jacuzzi.
- The guest showers
- Jacuzzi treatment for 6-10 minutes during the first session and can be increased as per the guest’s tolerance
- A shower is taken after the Jacuzzi
- The guest rests after the treatment
- Increases the blood circulation
- Increases the lymphatic circulation
- Heats the body
- Produces erythema
- Relaxes the guest
- Relieves aching muscles
- Produces perspiration and aids in the removal of toxins
Indications for use
- Aching muscles
- Heats the body prior to the massage
- Cellulite treatment
- Weight loss programs -break down fat
After Care Advice
- Drink plenty of water
- Rest for a few minutes
- Avoid alcohol and caffeine
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