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3 Easy Techniques for Maximum Relaxation

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Maximum Wellness: Combine Hydrotherapy With Relaxation Techniques

woman enjoying yoga and a spaYou finally found some time to relax in your hot tub.  The swirling waters warm your muscles and increase your blood flow.  Make the most of your hydrotherapy by adding some additional relaxation techniques.  These three techniques practiced in the spa can increase the benefits of hydrotherapy and make you feel great:

Body Inventory.  Focus your awareness on your body, specifically areas that are uncomfortable.  Let the water work its magic and let go of the stress.  As you master this technique you will become aware of where your body stores stress.  Releasing the tension in these key areas will give you an experience of increased energy and a sense of well-being.

Breathing.  Breathe in letting your abdomen expand.  These deeper breaths are more relaxing than the ones that stay higher in your upper chest.  Focus on the sound and feeling of your breathing as you become more relaxed.  You will find that you can relax your body, calm your mind, and better cope with the stresses in your life as you learn this breathing technique.

Progressive Relaxation.  Start at your feet and feel the water swirling around them.  Tense and relax the muscles.  Next, move your awareness to your calf muscles and tense then relax them.  Then on up to your upper thighs, abdomen, arms, shoulders, neck and head.  With each section of your body, feel the hydromassage of your Bullfrog Spa loosening the muscles and bringing relief.  You will feel a deep state of relaxation when your awareness progressively focuses on all of your major muscle groups.

As you practice these methods you will become more proficient and your Bullfrog Spa will be complete relaxation therapy for your body and mind.

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AUTHOR - Jake Ricks

Jake Ricks is the Senior Marketing Manager for Bullfrog Spas. Jake has been published in a variety of publications with topics that include the pool and spa industry, outdoors, digital marketing, and content marketing. Jake's passion is fly fishing and living life outside. He guides, competes in fly fishing events, designs fly patterns and is a regular contributor to outdoor blogs and periodicals.

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