Relaxing Spa Bath For Vancouver

At Asia BC Spa our award-winning spa bath treatment offers all the pleasure of a luxurious spa without any of the pain for your wallet. Our affordable offers and exemplary service guarantee that a visit to us will be an experience that you will not are going to forget. Our baths are thermally heated and fitted with curved walls, massage jets, whirlpools and a lazy river which allow you to get the very most from our spa. A trip to a spa should be something that every Vancouver resident has the opportunity to enjoy. You work hard all week so why not treat yourself to a luxurious spa bath treatment on the weekend. Call today to learn more about our limited time offers or to schedule an appointment. Don’t settle for second best, call the team that Vancouver can rely on today.

What is the Difference between a Spa Bath and a Jacuzzi?

When it comes to the questions that our spa therapists receive most often, this one is right up there. In essence, there isn’t a massive difference between a spa bath and a Jacuzzi. In fact, the main difference is in the name.

As you may know, a spa bath is a thermal heated pool that generally has a range of built-in features such as water jets and whirlpools which provide you with a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. Initially, spa baths were made of wood and were often located outdoors. However, nowadays, advances in technology mean that thermoplastic shells are often used for the exterior of the pools and can be used indoors.

By contrast, Jacuzzi is the name of a brand that was one of the first to produce, among other things, spa baths. So, much like the vacuum cleaner and Hoover debate, the spa versus Jacuzzi argument is one of a generic name versus a brand name.

Health Benefits of Using a Spa Bath

There are many health benefits associated with regular visits to a spa bath. Some of the most obvious benefits include:

  • Cardiovascular Improvements: Research indicates that by simply immersing yourself up to your neck in water can provide you with a cardiac workout. The reason for this is simple: by covering your body in water, your heart works harder and this helps it stay healthy.
  • Reduces Aches and Pains: If you are an athlete or someone who suffers from arthritis then a spa bath can assist greatly. Many injuries like a pulled muscle or an aggravated joint can be improved greatly with a lengthy soak in one of our custom-built spa baths.
  • Lowers Blood Pressure: Leading medical research has shown that sitting in a spa bath for an hour or two a week can lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of associated diseases. Increasing your heart rate can help reduce blood pressure and should be monitored closely.