• #National Read A Book Day

    #National Read A Book Day

    As the season of pumpkin spiced everything and cozy sweaters nears, it’s time to replace the beach novels on your reading list with some Fall themed reads, in honour of today’s National Read a Book Day!

    Below are 5 book suggestions to get you into the mood of autumn, as you enjoy these from the warmth of your Beachcomber!

     

    Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe by Kapka Kassabova

    Fall weather is perfect for cozying up indoors, but you can also travel far via the stories you read. For a new adventure, check out Bulgarian-born writer Kapka Kassabova’s Border, in which she revisits the country of her birth decades after the end of Soviet rule.

     

    The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende

    In keeping with the spookiness of fall, check out Isabel Allende’s The House of the Spirits, which can segue nicely into Halloween. This family saga centers on the descendants of Clara del Valle, a Chilean woman with psychic powers, who can predict the misfortunes that will befall her family.

     

    The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh

    Nothing is more relaxing than letting go of past regrets and future worries, and just being in the present moment. The Miracle of Mindfulness reminds us to stop and just be and is a necessary reminder in our technology saturated lives, which makes it a worthy hot tub read.

     

    The Mothers by Brit Bennett

    Fall’s changing leaves create a comforting sense of things being brought full-circle. A circular novel for your list is Brit Bennett’s The Mothers, in which a young woman must return to her hometown and reunite with the best friend and former lover she left behind, who have since become involved with one another.

     

    Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks

    Fall’s nostalgic undertones align with the vintage spirit of a book like Tom Hanks’ Uncommon Type, a collection of short stories tied with a common element: the typewriter.

     

     

     

  • How To Reduce Stress With Hydrotherapy

    How To Reduce Stress With Hydrotherapy

    Do you often fantasize about what life would be like totally stress-free. Unfortunately, with everything we all have going on, living stress-free 24/7 just isn’t that realistic. In today’s hyper-paced world, as many as 70% of working adults suffer from chronic stress-related conditions including anxiety and insomnia. So if the world around us isn’t going to slow down, how can we find the time to keep up without getting run down?

    Hot Tub Stress Relief!

    Studies have shown that adding a 15 minute soak in a hot tub can have huge payoffs in your daily outlook and overall well-being.

    This little escape for yourself pays for itself in:

    • Increased productivity
    • Improved mood
    • Better sleep

     

    This is because of the natural endorphins released in your body after a short stint in warm water, mixed with the therapeutic benefits of jet propulsion.

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    Find your daily paradise, and tune everything else out…even for a just 15 minutes.

    Endorphins interact directly with our brain’s receptors, creating a sense of heightened euphoria. The noticeable impacts include:

    • Reducing our perception of pain and stress
    • Helping our overall levels of happiness
    • Improving the functioning of our immune system

    Let’s just put it this way, if endorphins could be bottled and sold at your local drug store, there would be a Black Friday rush to rip them off the shelves.

    So the next time you feel stress creeping up on you, think about the amazing benefits that endorphins can have for your body and how a hot tub can help you reach that state. There’s no better feeling than the the feeling of stress melting away from your shoulders as you reach a serene and calm mindset.

    To find the perfect hot tub for your needs, check out our website.

  • Who is Tethys?

    Who is Tethys?

    You may be wondering who the figure in the Beachcomber logo is? And why this figure is included in our logo?

    The woman’s face in our logo is Tethys, the Greek Titan goddess of primal fresh water. She was the Greek god responsible for nourishing the earth. She was the mother of the rivers, the clouds, and the nymphs of springs, streams, and fountains.

    Beachcomber Hot Tubs Logo Origins

    Being the wife of Okeanos, the fresh water god, and daughter of Gaia, mother earth, Tethys was an important part of Greek mythology. Her name was derived from the Greek word for nurse, and she was considered to be one of the most influential gods in the Greek landscape.

    At Beachcomber Hot Tubs, the influence of Tethys is felt throughout our company. We do our best to spread the word about the nursing and natural healing powers of the hydrotherapy provided by hot tubs. In reality, the therapeutic benefits of a soak in one of our hot tubs is unmatched in the natural world.

    Adding a soak in a Beachcomber hot tub to your daily routine will not only help your body be at its best, it’ll help you live a longer and happier life.

    For more information, check out our website.

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