Water plays an enormous part in the relaxation process.

Be it a commercial deck level spa pool or something for the home, relax and unwind whilst being gently massaged by hundreds of tiny air jets. Stiff and aching muscles will be more vigorously massaged by individual body jets located around the sides of the spa.

The water in the spa pool is heated and chemically treated, so that it can remain within the spa for a number of days, before it requires replacement.

For more specialised treatments, Dalesauna also offers a wide range of Hydrotherapy baths.

Perhaps the ultimate way to cool down after a sauna or steam room treatment is the cold plunge, and our plunge pools offer chilled and chemically sanitised water.

Salt Inhalation

Salt Inhalation

Salt Inhalation is a new addition to the Dalesauna range, and has proved to be very popular.

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Reflexology Walkway

Reflexology Walkway

Reflexology is the term used for therapies involving the application of pressure to specific zones in our feet, which some believe relate directly to various parts of the body.

 

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Ice

Ice

Part of sauna bathing tradition in Scandinavian countries is to cool the body by rolling in snow but unless you live in Finland, this is not an option available to us.

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