The Pagosa Hot Springs is well known for its healing waters. The water opens up the pores in your skin and the water is absorbed and the healing process begins. The heat from the water is very relaxing as well. A lot of people say they sleep very well and are extremely relaxed after soaking in the pools.
It is recommended that you sit for shorter periods of time and then get out for a few minutes before getting back in to get the full benefit of the soaking.
Learn more about the Mineral Content.
At the Springs Resort we have a pool experience for everyone. Including our five adults only pools and our mineral family friendly swimming pool and a fresh water jacuzzi…
Ahh, let your worries wash away as you slip into our warm, healing waters…
From eliminating stress to health benefits we all can use, our mineral waters are something to be enjoyed with a sigh of relief.
Relax in Victorian ambience as healing waters surround you in scenic rooftop tubs or in one of 5 indoor pools. For something special, try our exclusive & completely private tub room. Take a break from stress and unwind with a soothing massage and a tranquil soak in naturally hot, therapeutic mineral water. Enjoy your favorite beer or wine while you relax & soak.
Why Healing Waters?
By Gary Gordon
Hydrotherapy (water therapy) treatment has a soothing effect and calms the lungs, heart, stomach, and endocrine system by stimulating nerve reflexes on the spinal cord. The recuperative and healing properties of hydrotherapy are commonly known today and the practice is widely used. It revitalizes the circulatory and digestive systems, and decreases sensitivity to pain.
Hot water calms and soothes the body, relieving stress and loosening tense muscles. Along with treating diseases and improving wound healing, circulation, relaxation, digestion, and the immune system, hydrotherapy has been proven to be beneficial for people with:
- Back Pain
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Knee Pain
- Muscle Pain
- Musculoskeletal Disorders
- Neck Pain
- Sleep Disorders
- Sports Injuries
- Work-Related Injuries
- Varicose Veins