Whatever you crave, Aqua Pulse Spas are sure to have some designs that take your fancy at some of the most affordable prices on the market.

4 Adults1.9m x 1.7m x 0.76m
2 Adults1.9m x 1.3m x 0.76m
4 Adults1.9m x 1.7m x 0.76m
2 Adults1.9m x 1.3m x 0.76m
5 Adults2m x 2m x 0.76m
5 Adults2m x 2m x 0.76m
5 Adults2.3m x 2.2m x 0.9m

Massage and Hydrotherapy Spas

At Aqua Pulse Spas, we mention hydrotherapy spas a fair amount in order to emphasise the enhanced features of our inbuilt therapy spa systems. Hydrotherapy is about using the natural buoyancy created in water for pain relief, bodily recovery and treatment of illness. You can adjust the flow and the heat of the jets to your ideal requirements in order to aid muscle and joint recovery.

Portable Spas

Your new spa doesn’t have to become a permanent fixture of the property. If you’re planning to move in the near future or just like the idea of having flexibility with where you place your spa, our portable spas are a convenient and cost-effective solution. Rather than being built into the structure of your property, portable spas sit above ground and some can be operated just by plugging in a 240v Mains Power Point. Whether you’ve found a new address or you’re just ready to examine your backyard from a new vantage point, a portable spa means you’re never locked in.

Outdoor Spas

You might decide the backyard is the best place for your spa, next to your pool or beneath your patio or gazebo. We’re sure to have a spa in stock that suits the look and feel of your backyard. In the evening you can have a dip in your pool that finishes with you warming up in the spa, or just sit back and enjoy the fresh air first thing in the morning. With an outdoor spa there’s also no worrying about where in the house you’ll be able to fit it. Chances are it will go nicely in your entertaining area. All you’ll have to do is lean back and enjoy yourself.

Spas for Sale

Here at Aqua Pulse spas, we have a fantastic range of spas in a wide variety of colours and styles. Be it indoor or outdoor spas, portable or stationary spas, large or small ones, we’re sure to stock a great option for your home.

Spas are a beautiful piece of luxury for the home. Who hasn’t pictured themselves returning from a day's work and just soaking in a warm pool of bubbles to wash away the day?

But the benefits of owning a spa don’t just start and end with a relaxing way to wind down. There are actually a number of benefits often attributed to spa treatment relating to stress reduction, anxiety easing and signs of improvement in sleep as well.

What is hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy is a growing treatment practice among physiotherapists and exercise physiologists in which they use water to aid the recovery process.

The umbrella that hydrotherapy comes under is a fairly broad one as it can involve water in any form, be that ice, steam or water. It is also commonplace to experiment with different temperatures in hydrotherapy practice, with warm and cold water being used interchangeably for different applications.

Spas have been used to great effect with hydrotherapy given the ability to finely control temperature, run time and the massage aspects of treatment.

Benefits of hydrotherapy

Though research on hydrotherapy is still being done and more information is being collected about the specific benefits of hydrotherapy and best practices for it, there are many benefits out there as outlined in this article by The Cleveland Clinic.

Some of those benefits can include:
● Lessening of arthritic pain
● Headaches
● Stress Relief
● Joint problems
● Acne

Benefits of spas on your sleep

Hydrotherapy (though not as it was known back then) has been used for centuries to help people relax and improve their mental state. In the past, people would often visit spas or hot springs to take advantage of the benefits of hydrotherapy.

Today, there are many great options available for making use of hydrotherapy at home. High levels of stress, muscle tension and poor circulation are all commonly thought of as problems that hinder both our ability to get to sleep, and also the quality of that sleep.

Spa treatment has been referenced as a positive contributor to treating these ailments. As a result, hydrotherapy can be an effective way to improve sleep quality.

In addition to hydrotherapy, spas also offer a variety of other Services that can help to promote relaxation and improve sleep quality. For instance, many spas offer massage therapies, which can help to release muscle tension and promote relaxation. Spas also typically offer a variety of amenities that can help to create a relaxing environment, such as soothing music, comfortable seating, and dim lighting.

By taking advantage of the services offered by spas, you can experience the benefits of hydrotherapy from your very own home.

What is the average lifespan of a spa?

The lifespan of a spa is greatly influenced by the environment in which it lives and importantly, the maintenance it receives.

Spa care does not have to be a particularly involved process but some maintenance such as a weekly clean of the filter and test of the water’s ph level is a great start.