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TOP 5 tips for using your hot tub alone

Being alone in a hot tub is not lonely, there are many things you can do unspoiled with no distraction. It is a time when you can completely relax and focus on things most important to you while you are not forced to do or listen to things that you wouldn’t like while relaxing. Everyone enjoys recharging differently and just imagine that you were trying to switch off in a sedate and calm atmosphere while someone else in the hot tub just cannot stop talking. Therefore, there are times when it’s best to be in the hot tub in solitude.

And here it comes our Top 5 tips on what to do in your hot tub alone…

Listening to music

All Wellis spas and saunas have speakers and a Bluetooth connection so you can play music in there and relax. As you are being alone in there, you won't run the risk of being exposed to someone else's horrible taste in music. 

The watertight elements installed in both the MyMusic™ and the AquaSoul™ Pro sound systems are of the latest design and highest quality. There will be no more trouble with CDs or Mp3 players, since you can connect to the built-in receiver unit from your mobile phone via Bluetooth.

To relax you can't go wrong with classical music. Here are some of our recommendations: 

That should get you going for starters. We should warn you however, although spas and saunas can be connected to your phone/iPad etc.  through Bluetooth, it's advised you don't take your gadgets in.

Learning languages

Another great way to spend time alone in the hot tub is to learn a new language. During a 45 minutes hot tub session you not only relax to the fullest but you can also pick up or practice a new language to prepare yourself for a summer time holiday when we finally be free to travel. Learning a language by listening can greatly improve your success in speaking like a native and the speed at which you achieve your language goals, it is also scientifically proven method therefore true for all of us. The solitude of the hot tub also saves you from the embarrassment if your accent is not up to scratch…yet. Comprender?

There are many language learning apps available online but here are some examples you can start with:

  • The Audible by Amazon. It is also free on Alexa.

  • The Berlitz language apps. A well-known name in the linguistic world Berlitz offers a variety of language learning programs, including those that focus on audio.

  • The Babel language learning app. Another famous name in language learning, with an over 90% success rate in just 2 months!

  • The Living Language is a method, based on linguistic science, proven techniques, and over 65 years of experience.This low cost multimedia package has over 1.2K 5-star reviews on amazon and available in all the main languages.

Weight loss exercises

Have you ever thought of doing exercise in your hot tub and burn energy while you chill in there? Well, research shows that water-based exercises are an excellent alternative to land-based ones and not only for burning huge chunks of calories but it’s also beneficial for tones of other issues and significantly improves your quality of life. Basically, the more you move around in the hot tub, the more calories you will burn.

There are several low impact hot tub exercises that can help to improve your weight loss results, muscle tone, flexibility and your overall health. For starters here are our TOP 8 Hot Tub exercises.

Enjoy hydromassage therapy

Hydrotherapy is a water-based technique that has evolved over a millennium. The ancient Greeks and Romans knew that using heat and pressure in water relieves pain, heals the body and improves health. Hot tub therapy uses the physical properties of water to soothe muscles, bones and joints and to treat symptoms of certain diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, obesity and insomnia. In addition to leisure and relaxation, the healing properties of jet-infused water can really have a positive effect on your health.

We designed treatment areas within our hot tubs which offer different physiological effects in addition to pure experience. The rotating head units of our hydrotherapy jets, products of modern technical innovation, are able to reach larger areas with lower pressure, while fixed jets can massage body fibres more deeply. We designed our spas with positive effects on syndromes resulting from the civilizational harm of our age, including a sedentary way of life. Read more about our different Wellis Jets, the massages they provide and the physiological effects they have on your body here.  


If you practice yoga, you’ll know how great it feels to relax after a yoga workout. Meditation is a mind-body practice used to increase relaxation, cope with stress or illness, relieve depression and enhance overall health and well-being. Meditation techniques can vary, but most will have these things in common and the good news is you can do them all in the hot tub as it is a perfect place for meditation:

  • It’s always done in a quiet place with no distractions. 

  • You use a comfortable posture - sitting or lying down

  • You focus your attention - on a word or set of words, an object or sound eg. water, music, a body part or your breath

  • You open your mind, meaning you let thoughts come and go freely without judging or stopping them

Yoga Breathing

Sit comfortably, relax and focus on the sensation of your breath as you inhale and exhale.  Inhale for four seconds and then exhale for six seconds. Repeat for at least two minutes. If your mind wanders, gently bring your attention back to your breath. It is advised to start and finish your day with this simple yoga breathing exercise.

Tip: You can use aromatherapy - if available in your hot tub or aromatherapy candles (lavender or vanilla – soothing scents) and play calming nature sounds or music on the sound system to stop your racing thoughts.

For mediation music you can try:


But of course, there are times when you just want to sit back and enjoy the hot water caressing your body… and not do much else! And you can always do just that.


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