What is ThermoTherapy?
The practice of using warm water immersion, such as soaking in a hot tub or spa, to help treat a wide range of ailments such as high blood pressure, anxiety, aching joints, and sore muscles.
Thermotherapy for arthritis in particular is often recommended by physicians, as it helps alleviate many of the symptoms. Also, many people with active lifestyles take advantage of the many hydrotherapy benefits; it reduces post-workout soreness, aids in muscle recovery, and is often used in physical therapy.
Finally, Thermotherapy is a great stress-reducer and has been shown to relieve anxiety and promote feelings of well-being.
“It was just so perfect! We hiked the Hudson River trails and came back to the thermotherapy spa. A total immersion experience. It lasted throughout our stay. I want one of these in our apartment!”
~Betsy and John M, Manhattan
The Perfect Winter Escape!
After hiking, skiing, snowshoeing: Push yourself, knowing that Thermotherapy awaits you!
Before your spa treatment: Loosening up prior to your massage or facial deepens the relaxation experience!
Before bed: detox, de-stress, and relax before bed for a deeper sleep!
After Yoga: leverage your relaxation experience
After a day of any activity: Thermotherapy and a nap before dinner!
Thermotherapy: Immerse. Relax. Enjoy.
“The thermotherapy was Wonderful! I can’t wait to come back!”
~Anna G, Brooklyn
Our Bullfrog Spa
Our Bullfrog Spas’ patented JetPak Therapy System offers 16 different massages, each bioengineered to target specific muscle groups based on your needs and preferences.
Whether you are winter hiking, or just window shopping, our state-of-the-art Bullfrog Hydrotherapy Spa is the perfect complement to your cold weather trip to the Hudson Valley! As a warm-up before your massage, or a relaxation after you return from an invigorating hike along the Hudson River, you’ll find Thermotherapy a memorable release.
“It was cold and a bit rainy during our stay. I can’t imagine a more perfect experience after returning from Dia and lunch. We’ll be back!”
~Janice R. Brooklyn