Phoenix Swim Spa and Lap Pools Dealer Participates in Emotional Wellness Month

Southwest Spas, a Hot Tub and Swim Spa Dealer Serving Phoenix and Superstition Springs Arizona Shares Tips for Emotional Health. Offers Free Test Soaks to Local Residents.

October 12, 2017 —

Southwest Spas and Southwest Spas and Pools, selling hot tubs and swim spas in the Superstition Springs and Phoenix area publishes, “3 Ways to Be More Emotionally Calm.”

Melinda Dalacas, manager of Southwest Spas and Pools says that the life people live today is full of stress and anxiety. Methods for de-stressing and relaxing are highly prized skills that should be practiced every day.

Here are three ways to be more emotionally calm.

Create a Peaceful Refuge at Home – There are many ways people can improve the atmosphere at home. A few flowers in every room, soothing music playing and mood lighting are just a few of the things that will make a home more inviting.

The ultimate way to create a relaxing atmosphere is to add a swim spa to the yard or patio. A lap pool offers space to exercise and unwind from home. And, with temperature controlled water and soothing jets at the other end, stress relief is easier than ever. Swim spas are easy to install and can be placed almost anywhere in the home for on-demand fun and fitness.

Before heading out for the day, a few laps in the swim spa followed by hot water massage will prepare the body and mind for the rigors ahead. After any tension and stress has built up, getting into a warm, relaxing swim spa will soak away all of the emotional anxiety and sooth tired muscles.

Take Comfort in Soothing Music – Music of all kinds can be used to sooth jangled nerves. It’s often thought that only relaxing music and soft sounds are appropriate for calming emotions, however, songs that make a person happy will do the trick, no matter what genre they are, or how appealing they are to others.

Exercise to Relax – It may sound counter-productive, but exercise is one of the best ways to relax. Working the muscles hard releases endorphins into the system. They are the body’s natural feel-good hormone, and can help reduce stress and anxiety.

To help local residents understand how portable spas, hot tubs and swim spas can help improve overall health and well-being, Southwest Spas and Southwest Spas and Pools will provide free hot tub or swim spa test soaks during the entire month. They want to encourage residents to check out the benefits of a relaxing soak in the soothing waters for themselves.

Consumers are encouraged to visit the company website at http://www.SouthwestSpas.com to learn more about hot tubs or about the $500 Wellness package (Massage Certificate/Health and Beauty Items) that is available with the purchase of a hot tub or swim spa.

About Southwest Spas
In 1983, Southwest Spas was founded as a family owned and operated business. Originally established as a pool, spa and patio supply company. The desire to help people in need of therapy, stress relief and family time motivated them to focus their efforts on spas. They pride themselves in providing the highest quality spa line in the industry, along with exceptional customer service.

Southwest Spas has achieved elite status with Dimension 1 Spas, along with multiple “Dealer of the Year” awards for sales and service. Their business is still family owned and operated and sales are based mostly on referrals. They have changed thousands of people's lives by providing state of the art products that relieve pain, stress and bring friends and family together. They'd love for residents to be a part of their growing family.

To get more information about the benefits of owning a hot tub or swim spa, pick up a copy of this free guide, First Time Spa Buyers Most Frequently Asked Questions. Just call 480-969-6224 or 480-999-3303, or visit http://SouthwestSpas.com or http://HotTubsGilbert.com.

Southwest Spas
1110 S. Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85210

Southwest Spas and Pools
2571 S. Val Vista Drive
#13 Suite 103
Gilbert, AZ 85295

Contact Info:
Name: Melinda Dalacas
Email: Melinda@SouthwestSpas.com
Phone: 480-969-6224
Organization: Southwest Spas

Source: MM-prReach

Release ID: 249763

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