Makena® 6 person hot tub
7‘5" x 7’5" x 36"
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Salina® 7 person hot tub
7‘5" x 7’5" x 36"
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Martinique® 5 person hot tub
7‘5" x 6’4" x 34"
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Kauai® 3 person hot tub
7‘ x 5’5" x 29.5"
Average Kauai® Spa Rating:
The Caldera Paradise Series
The transformative effects of warm water have been used for centuries.
And, Caldera Spas is focused on enhancing the self-care benefits of your spa.
Promotes Muscle Recovery and Healing
A spa’s warm water massage promotes healing.
It does this by increasing circulation and carrying nutrients to helps cells and tissues regenerate. Immersion in warm water provides a healing environment that can lead to your temporary relief from muscle aches and pains.
The negative effects of stress on your body are profound and well-documented.
Time in a hot tub allows you to clear your mind, relax deeply and start each day with a fresh, positive outlook.
Relieves Joint Pain
Time spent in your hot tub creates an environment for relieving joint pain and stiffness.
First, the water’s buoyancy reduces stress on joints and muscles. Next, the warm water massage increases circulation, relaxes muscles, ligaments and tendons. Finally, the warm water stimulates the release of endorphins, your body’s natural pain reliever.
In your spa, body temperature increases and blood vessels dilate. This improves circulation to carry in nutrients and oxygen.
Your pores open and release moisture as a cell-cleansing mechanism.
Time in a hot tub can foster heartfelt communication between you and friends or family members without any digital distractions.
Millions of Americans suffer from sleep problems.
A hot tub can help as it prepares you for sleep by relaxing your body. As you soak in your hot tub, your body temperature increases.
After you leave the hot tub, the body temperature you gained begins to normalize and decrease. This dramatic drop in core temperature signals to your brain that it’s time to sleep.