Ease away stress and tension through a combination of heat, hydro therapy flotation and full-body therapy with Touchless Massage.
Touchless Massage offers all the benefits of deep tissue therapy. As the user lies -- fully clothed -- in the comforting support of a bed of heated water, high-pressure therapy jets relieve soreness and stiffness and provide a relaxed, refreshed and rejuvenated experience.
Touchless Massage has been engineered to give the user a deep-penetrating body therapy. Combining invigorating Hydro Therapy, soothing warmth and full body treatment, Touchless Massage has been designed to fit the individual users needs. The user decides the degree and intensity of treatment. Most users find that rejuvenation often does many of the following:
- Reduces Stress
- Relaxes and stimulates muscles
- Removes soreness and stiffness
- Produces calming
- Increases blood flow
PEMF stands for Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field therapy; using this particular process involves directing powerful, pulsed energy waves toward damaged or injured areas of the patient’s body. These waves painlessly and quickly pass through the cells in the damaged region, increasing the spin of the electrons contained within them as a result.
It is this amplified electron spinning which restores the cell’s potential (its energy), regulating its volume at the same time. And, unlike some other forms of CAM, this positive cellular effect lasts for as many as four days after the treatment session has ended. With that, PEMF therapy is: The induction of electricity into the cells to help stimulate or promote healing.
What is Compression Therapy?
Compression Therapy is the appliance of a “squeeze and release” method around the chosen muscle group to help reduce swelling and reduce secondary tissue damage. By doing this you promote rapid recovery by introducing fresh blood cells to the focus area and reduce the flow of lactic acid to make your muscles heal quicker. For Athletes who train multiple times a day or during an intense pre-season/post-season schedule, there is no harm in investing in multiple compression therapy sessions per day, as long as there is sufficient recovery time between workouts.
Applying it to your Training Routine
Recovering like the pros do is a necessity, not an option. With little leeway for error in the world of competitive sport, edging out the competition by even 1% is a must. Compression therapy is not only time efficient (typically treatment is 10-30 minutes), but also extremely effective. Ideally, after your training is over, your cool-down and flexibility routine should be topped off by a solid 15-20 minutes (minimum) post-workout Game Ready, Aquilo, or Rapid Reboot compression session, by elevating the muscle group to prevent swelling and promote fresh blood cells.