Hydrotherapy Massage

Hydrotherapy massage, also known as aquatic or water massage, involves the use of water for therapeutic purposes. This massage is typically performed in a warm pool or whirlpool, where the buoyancy and warmth of the water help relax muscles, improve circulation, and reduce stress. The practitioner may use jets, water pressure, or manual techniques while the client is submerged. Hydrotherapy massage is beneficial for easing muscle tension, relieving pain, and enhancing mobility, especially for individuals with arthritis, fibromyalgia, or those recovering from injuries. The soothing properties of water create a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating experience.